University of Kentucky Parent Association

Parent and Family Ambassadors

2014 Parent and Family Ambassador Application

The Parent and Family Ambassadors support the work of the Parent Association and assist with campus activities for parents and families such as those taking place during Advising Conferences, K Week, and Family Weekend.

Meet the 2013 — 2014 Parent and Family Ambassadors


Rachel Allgeier is a first generation secondary English education major, planning on graduating from UK with a master's degree in education. She is a native of Mount Washington, Kentucky and is the daughter of Martin and Barbie Allgeier. She currently serves as a Super Crew leader, a group of student leaders who plan and organize K Week events and train K Crew members who are mentors to a group of new students. She will be a UK 101 Peer Instructor in the fall. She is highly active in the College of Education, serving as the Vice Chair for the College of Education Council of Student Leaders, the Vice President of the UK Kentucky Education Association Student Program, the Secretary Historian for the Kentucky Education Association Executive Committee, a College of Education Peer Mentor, and a mentor for College Mentors for Kids. She also works for the UK Writing Center as a Consultant and for the Development Office as a Student Development Officer. After graduating she wants to teach high school English in Title One schools and pursue a degree in school administration. Her hobbies include hunting for cheap books, volunteering with children, and playing with her dogs. As a Parent and Family Ambassador, Rachel is excited to meet the incoming students and their families and help them begin a successful future at UK.


Bryant Clemons is a chemistry major planning on attending pharmacy school upon finishing his undergraduate degree. From Clarkson, Kentucky, his parents are Steve and Rhonda Clemons. He is involved in the UK Bible Study Club, leading weekly discussions on the Bible and related topics. He also served as a K Crew leader last fall semester. He is very excited to have pharmacy school in his future and looks forward to serving his community upon obtaining his PharmD degree. His hobbies include reading, music, and helping out with his local church. As a Parent & Family Ambassador, he is very excited to serve in the best way possible to make the college experience a great one for both students and their loved ones.


Emily Kight is majoring in family science with a minor in linguistics. She is from Goshen, Kentucky and is the daughter of Bill and Marcia Kight. She currently serves on Super Crew, a group of student leaders who plan and organize K Week events and train K Crew members who are mentors to a group of new students. She has also served as a UK 101 Peer Instructor. She is involved with the campus organization College Mentors for Kids, where she and other students are mentors to underprivileged elementary school students. She is a member of UK chapter of the Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, where she participates in community services projects each semester. Her future plans are to attend school for occupational therapy and eventually work in an elementary school. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, running, and being outdoors.


Logan Roberts is majoring in psychology. He is a native of Blue Springs, Missouri and is the son of Marjorie and Kevin Roberts. Logan is an active member of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, serving as an officer and committee head. Logan is also a member of DanceBlue Morale Team supporting UK's twenty-four-hour dance marathon raising money for pediatric cancer research and patient support. He has been a K Crew leader, where he assisted a small group of incoming new students transition successfully at UK. His future plans include attending UK's College of Pharmacy and possibly earning a master's in public health or a Ph.D. In Logan's spare time, he prefers exploring the great outdoors, seeing newly released films, and testing his culinary ability in the kitchen. One piece of advice Logan would like to pass along to the parents and families of incoming students would be to check up on students at least once a week because as busy as students are, they still need to stay in contact with their parents.