We are pleased to introduce the 2018-2019 CEF Student Ambassadors.

Each year, the Corbett Education Foundation selects a member of the current senior class to serve as a liaison between our board of directors and the graduating class members.  This “Student Ambassador” assists with communication pieces between the seniors and the board, fundraisers, and other assorted tasks. This year we have selected two seniors to serve as our “Ambassadors” to better serve the needs of each group.

Student Ambassador for the 2018-2019 school year is Katie Newell

Corbett Student Ambassador 2018-2019


Katie started attending classes at Corbett as a 4th grader.  After middle school classes at CAPS, Katie is now a member of Corbett High School’s Class of 2019.  Active in the Leadership Club for the third year, Katie is also co-editor of this year’s yearbook and is a member of the softball team.  During the past three summers, Katie has volunteered at Trout Creek Bible Camp, which she describes as “one of my favorite places”. Some of her best loved activities include “hanging out with friends, being outside, and playing with my dog”.  Katie’s future plans are to attend Oregon State University and she is “looking forward to being one of this year’s CEF ambassadors”.

Student Ambassador for the 2018-2019 school year is Bella Dentler

Corbett Student Ambassador 2018-2019


Bella describes herself as “a dedicated student athlete, playing volleyball (10 years) and tennis (3 years)”.  With volleyball wrapping up for this year, she has been “having a good time playing my favorite sport with my best friends”.  A Corbett student for seven years, Bella’s high school activities include Leadership Club and Hiking Club. She is also an Outdoor School counselor who enjoys “teaching kids about soil and bonding with my cabin residents”.  In the summer, Bella works at “Purple Camp”, a national organization that provides military kids a week of camp experience with other children who are also learning how to deal with changes that occur in their lives due to the deployment and/or injuries that exist as part of a loved one’s military service.  With plans to attend Washington State University where she will major in Marketing and double-minor in psychology and design, Bella is enjoying “making my senior year as memorable as possible”.