Brand Ambassador Babe of the Week: Eva Narun
Posted on 16 November 2016
Meet our Brand Ambassador Babe of the Week, Eva Narun! Eva is a Senior at Syracuse University where she is majoring in Public Relations and Marketing. Eva is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority, Vice President of Programming for PRSSA, Advertising Director for Zipped Magazine, and completed an Category Production Internship last Summer for QVC. She has been dancing since the age of 3 and is passionate about staying active and living a healthy lifestyle. Eva joined our team this fall and hosted her first trunk show recently to benefit her sorority's philanthropy, Reading is Fundamental. Eva embodies the essence of an eff.Y.bee girl through her work ethic, determination and passion.
Tell us about your first trunk show!
I hosted my first trunk show at Kappa Kappa Gamma’s Parents Weekend at Syracuse University on November 12th! Fifteen percent of the proceeds were donated to our philanthropy Reading is Fundamental. The girls couldn’t stop raving about the adorable pieces, and their moms were falling in love with the collection as well while doing some early holiday gift shopping!
What made you choose Syracuse University?
I fell in love with the school spirit and the communications program, the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. What I love most about SU is the abroad program it offers for students. We have so many choices available to us, and going abroad to Florence, Italy was the best decision I made during my college career.
What are you most proud of about yourself?
I’m most proud of myself for my relationships with my family and my friends. Although I’m proud of my extracurricular activities and campus involvement at Syracuse University, I am most proud of the connections and relationships I’ve built and grown along the way.
Who is one of your role models?
After reading the book, Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg has become my role model as the Chief Operating Officer at Facebook. Climbing the corporate ranks and achieving this top senior leadership position, Sheryl Sandberg is also a mother and has dedicated her career to empowering women in the workplace and at home. She encourages young, female graduates to “sit at the table” and to act as self-advocates, and I think these are strong lessons to be learned as I look forward to graduation and tackle the workforce.
Tell us about a cause you are passionate about.
I’m passionate about animal welfare. Two years ago, my family got a German shepherd puppy named Argo, and since then my life has completely changed. I never knew what it really meant to love an animal, and now with him being part of my family, I want to give back to those less fortunate animals without a home.
Where do you hope to see yourself after graduation?
Somewhere warm! I’m eager to get away from the Syracuse cold! I used to think I was destined for beauty public relations working at a firm in New York City, but now I’m open to really any opportunity that comes my way. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly where I’ll be, but I’m eager to take on what’s ahead and I’m curious to discover where I’ll go!