Stephen F. Austin State University




To promote the School of Human Sciences through the various recruiting activities.


Recognition, Networking, Develop Personal Skills, and Improve Job Potential


Fill out the HMS Ambassador application and return to HMS North Rm 101.

Ambassadors 2017

Meet Our Officers

Jessica Pinkert
Jessica Pinkert - President
Hello! My name is Jessica Pinkert and I am a Hospitality Administration major at Stephen F. Austin State University. I graduated from Neches High School in 2015 as the salutatorian of my graduating class. Upon moving to Nacogdoches to attend college, I enrolled into Hospitality Administration to fulfill my passion for serving others. Currently I am the President of the Human Sciences Ambassadors and Phi Upsilon Omicron, the Vice President of Eta Sigma Delta, and a member of the Hospitality Administration Society. I work for the City of Nacogdoches in the Main Street/Communications Department and the Fredonia Hotel and Convention Center as a Public Relations Specialist. In my free time, I enjoy meeting with my newly founded organization, the Nacogdoches Youth Advisory Council. I also enjoys knitting, drinking coffee, and spending time with my cat, Tony. When I graduate in May of 2018, I plan to stay in the Oldest Town in Texas and use my hospitality skills to make Nacogdoches a better community to live in and to visit!
Bianca Woodruff
Bianca Woodruff - Vice President
My name is Bianca and I am a student in the School of Human Sciences major in Human Development and Family Studies with a minor in Psychology. I am a senior who plans to graduate Spring of 2018 with a Bachelor's Degree in Human Sciences. After Graduation, I plan to attend Graduate school and further my education by obtaining my Master of Science in Human Sciences with a focus area in Human Development and Family Studies and research emphasis on Child Development and Parenting. My future career plan is to become a High School Guidance Counselor for adolescents seeking a positive role model as they venture out into the newfound world. I want to guide these adolescents on a path to resilience so that they know how to prevail during tough times. I chose SFA because of the laid-back vibe it gives off considering the landscape and easy breezy days I have experienced in my four years of being here. Also, I felt that this university catered to my interests during my undergraduate and prospective graduate curriculum. Since being here, I have developed fine relationships with my instructors and have met some of the most amazing people in which I could not have experience at any other university!