Karmann was appointed in May 2017 serving as an intern with Campus Ambassadors at Linn-Benton Community College. She has since transferred to Western Oregon University where she enjoys sharing Christ through leading worship, helping facilitate large group events, and one-on-one discipleship training.
Karmann believes college is a crucial time when students search for and find their identity. Her goal is to help bring students into Christian community where they can discover their identity in Christ.
Being raised in a split household and moving often, she went to ten different public schools and couldn’t attend church regularly. It wasn’t until the sixth grade when her family moved to Oregon City that she experienced a permanent church home. She began to attend youth group regularly and truly live her life for Christ.
After graduating high school, Karmann felt God calling her to move to Albany, Oregon and attend Linn-Benton Community College. She actively sought to establish a Christian community in her new environment and at Welcome Day on campus, she found Campus Ambassadors.
Within the following months, she began to flourish within the group and serve in leadership roles. Despite her circumstances, she has found solidarity in Christ and has sought to serve Him in every capacity. Karmann wants to help other students experience the same Christian community into which she was embraced.
Karmann obtained her associate degree at Linn-Benton Community College an now attends Western Oregon University studying education with a concentration in middle school health.