They are Lindsay Watson of Gordonsville and Mike Wudhapitak of Cookeville. Watson earned her master’s in business administration, while Wudhapitak earned a bachelor’s in marketing.
The President’s Ambassadors program began last year at TTU and is a prestigious distinction that allows selected students to represent the university while interacting with new students and other campus visitors.
To become a President’s Ambassador, students must have a GPA of at least 2.5 on the university’s 4.0 scale and be recommended for the program by a TTU faculty member.
Among their duties, Ambassadors accompany VIP guests to campus and athletic events. The group meets with TTU President Bob Bell once or twice a semester and may even be asked to serve him as a student advisory board.
Watson, a 2000 graduate of Gordonsville High School, is the daughter of Larry Watson and Vanda Wiley. She works for Kraft CPAs in Nashville.
Wudhapitak, a 2001 graduate of Cookeville High School, is the son of Diridej and Noparat Wudhapitak. He plans to attend graduate school in Arizona.