It is an honor to be an LMU Latino Alumni Association (LAA) Ambassador. As an LMU LAA Ambassador for the Class of 2011, I love to meet those who found their experience at LMU rewarding. As an Ambassador, I have been on host committees for Global Happy Hours, student/alumni mixers, and other LMU LAA events like the LAA LAFC takeover. I continue to engage LMU Alumni through various panels and events while working hard to have LMU alumni and students connect or rediscover LMU services, programs, and opportunities.
Freddy Cupen-Ames ’11, is a Neighborhood Empowerment Advocate for Neighborhood Councils in the City of Los Angeles. Currently, Freddy is serving as Co-Chair for his 10-year reunion committee, continues to bring a voice for the Latinx community as an LMU LAA Ambassador Scholarship Review Committee, and is engaged with LMU as a Board Member for the LMU Alumni Association Board of Directors. When Freddy isn’t working, or at LMU engagements, he takes time to read and enjoys fine-tuning his culinary skills, however limited they may be.
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