I have been involved in student leadership since I began my college career. I believe in the transformational model of leadership, namely that one leads by being the example they wish to see in the world.
I have been the Advisor for the National Society of Leadership and Success at Sinclair Community College for the last two and a half years. Last year our membership grew to around 800 new members. The NSLS has an amazing program that teaches communication skills, SMART goal assessment and completion tools, and fosters the idea of self-sacrifice and community action.
I've served on the Dean's Advisory Board for the College of Liberal Arts at Wright State University for the last year and a half, and have been regularly inspired by those amazing student leaders.
I am also a member of many other leadership and honor societies, including the ones listed below. I think it is imperative for students to understand some concept of leadership to succeed in college and beyond. A community of people that are accountable for themselves, and lead through selfless contribution is a better place to live. It's a community I want for my son.
I have loved working in student leadership, both in volunteering and in my job. It is something I will continue to be involved in as long as I'm able. The pictures on this page are some of the inspired leaders with whom I have had the privilege to work at Sinclair Community College and Wright State University.