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Ask a MEMbassador

Last Updated: 06/10/2024 | All information is accurate and still up-to-date.

A MEMbassador is here to help you with any questions or issues you may have. To ask a MEMbassador a question, email them at or use the forms below to contact an individual.

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Jaclyn Kenzel

Jaclyn Kenzel is a first-year Master of Engineering student at NC State University, specializing in analytics. With a background in chemical engineering, she is excited to explore the business side of engineering and enhance her problem-solving skills in new ways.  As a student-athlete on the women’s golf team, Kenzel enjoys the challenges and camaraderie of competitive sports. She enjoys spending time with friends, working out, hiking, and line dancing. Kenzel is enthusiastic about her journey in the MEM program and looks forward to leveraging her diverse experiences to make meaningful contributions to the field of engineering management.

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Want to be a MEMbassador?

The Master of Engineering Management Program at NC State seeks highly qualified students to join our MEMbassador team. MEMbassadors provide excellent service, develop leadership skills, and grow personally and professionally. They participate in outreach, recruiting, retention, and, most importantly, student success. Their goal is to enrich the educational experience for all students.

As a MEMbassador, you will promote the MEM Program and mentor new students. You should be enthusiastic and have a strong work ethic. You will work an average of 10 hours a week, including some nights and weekends, and participate in leadership training. Opportunities to work over the summer are also available. The MEMbassador Team consists of experienced engineering management students eager to help their peers.


To become a MEMbassador, you need:

  • A high level of personal and professional character.
  • To be willing to develop leadership skills and commit to working on a team.
  • To dedicate yourself to delivering more than what’s asked.
  • To show enthusiasm about the impact of engineering and management on our College and the University.
  • To be available to serve on our team for at least two semesters.
  • To have satisfactory academic progress toward your MEM degree and be in good standing with the University.


  • Attend MEMbassador team training sessions.
  • Participate in most MEM-related events throughout the semester, such as orientations, seminars, and celebrations.


Contact the Director of the MEM Program at