Hi Sarah, please create the "DB2 in Mexico" group on channelDB2, and then invite all your university friends to join. I'm getting the first ambassador in each country to create the "DB2 in ......." group, e.g. DB2 in Brazil, even though, like you, Caroline is no longer an ambassador, but working for IBM Brazil. Thanks!
Hi Sara, your community page is very professional looking! You did a great job on it.
Regarding the Discussion that you created, and Amyris answered (which I copied as a response), you should post the question and answer also on the DB2 Express-C forum. That way more people/students would see Amyris' response, if they had the same question. The DB2 Express-C forum is a great place for these types of questions. Create your profile there too, that way people know what you've accomplished at IBM.
As I wrote on your sara page, please delete that page: "sara" and use just this one, otherwise everyone is going to get confused about where to ask you questions, and they have to click two places to check where you answered. Also, if students want to add you as a friend, they would know to use use your Sara page, which is this page, and you can see all comments on the same page.
Hi Sara, I've read your story as a DB2 Student Ambassador and would like you to join some of DB2 Student Ambassador groups I created, as well as the two new DB2 on Campus groups (Projects Worldwide and DB2 Student User Groups Worldwide). I'd also like to ask you to participate in some of our discussions so that you can help and encourage current DB2 student ambassadors to follow in your footsteps. I really like the DB2 User Group you created! Thanks!