COVID-19 Peer Consultants

COVID-19 Peer Ambassadors and Consultants

The WFU COVID-19 Peer Ambassadors and COVID-19 Peer Consultants aim to foster student leadership opportunities while creating a safer and healthier campus environment following public health guidelines related to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Student Ambassadors and Consultants support and educate the student community by providing public health resources, promoting practicing healthy behaviors, and promoting social norms within student organizations and among their peer groups.

For the latest information on university news related to COVID-19, go to the Our Way Forward website.

    Peer Ambassadors

  • Andrew Blackburn

    Andrew Blackburn headshot

    Year: Junior

    I step up because I want to keep campus safe and healthy.

  • Maddie Alexanian

    Maddie Alexanian headshotYear: Sophomore

    I step up because it keeps our community safe.

  • Robert Yount

    Robert Yount headshotYear: Junior

    I step up because everyone deserves to be physically present at Wake Forest.

  • Nadia Bokhari

    Nadia Bokhari headshotYear: Senior

    I step up because it’s the right thing to do to protect our loved ones and people in our community.

  • Courtney Wadley

    Courtney Wadley headshotYear: Senior

    I step up because I do not want to put anyone at risk of contracting COVID-19.

  • Laney Reed

    Laney Reed headshotYear: Junior

    I step up because I want to stay on campus and keep those around me healthy and safe.

  • Christopher Browning

    Year: Juniorchristopher browning headshot

    I step up because practicing COVID safety precautions is our responsibility.

    Peer Consultants

  • Yang Cao

    Yang Cao headshot

    Year: Law student

    I step up because only if we act together can we overcome the pandemic.

  • Alexandria Hill

    Headshot of Alexandria HillYear: Law student

    I step up because I love my family and friends and want them to remain healthy.

  • Girnar Anand

    Girnar Anand headshotsYear: Sophomore

    I step up because myself and everyone else at Wake Forest deserves a productive and fruitful semester.

  • Megan Monroe

    Megan Monroe headshotsYear: Junior

    I step up because I love Wake Forest and I believe that the best Wake Forest experience happens on campus! I really want to stay on campus and show that Wake Forest can handle any crisis.

  • Sara Hong

    Sara Hong headshotYear: Senior

    I step up because I want to keep those around me safe and protected from COVID-19.

  • Paige Edmonds

    Paige Edmonds headshotYear: Senior

    I step up because no one should have to worry about themselves or a loved one getting ill from COVID-19 when all it takes is for each Wake Forest student to wear a mask and safely socially distance!

  • Mariana Rocha-Goldberg

    Mariana Rocha-Goldberg headshotYear: Junior

    I step up because I respect those around me and want to prevent them from getting sick.

  • Jonathan Nail

    Jonathan Nail headshotYear: Law student

    I step up because I want to make sure I remain safe and healthy.

  • Giovanni Rivera-Carvajal

    Giovanni Rivera Carvajal HeadshotYear: Freshman

    I step up because I want to create a safe and healthy campus in which every student, professor, and staff member can appreciate and enjoy. Also, I step up because I want for students and faculty members to feel comfortable in their own environment and acknowledge that they will not be heavily exposed to the virus. Similarly, I take pride in helping Wake Forest successfully complete the Fall Semester.

  • Karen Surian

    karen surian headshotYear: Law Student

    I step up because it is important to maintain the wellbeing of the Wake Forest community.

  • Houston Booth

    houston booth headshotYear: Junior

    I step up because for a lot of us here at Wake, the only chance we get at a shred of normalcy is being on campus.

  • Emma Mathews

    emma mathews headshotYear: Senior

    I step up because I want to help keep wake students on campus as long as possible to maintain some in-person class settings and engage with other peers for our social and mental health. Through my years as a PEER educator, I realize the importance of peer influence and a friendly face in the midst of uncertain and emotional times. I hope I can be a familiar face to other students to remind them we are in this together and they have students looking out for them!