{Team Ant-Elope}

Here at CMU, we take our orientation to a whole new level. While most colleges may have some sort of welcome weekend event, Central Michigan University’s Leadership Institute prides itself in hosting Leadership Safari for incoming freshmen and transfer students each year.  This year, I had the opportunity to be a guide for about 13... Continue Reading →


{Camp Magic}

  It is difficult for me to begin to explain just another leadership camp, because it is so much more than that. The Michigan Association of Student Councils and Honor Societies has completely molded my life and I owe all the credit in the world to them in making me the woman I am today.... Continue Reading →

{Communication in Leadership}

I am starting a bit of a trend here with these class reflections, so I apologize for that. However, I am so excited to share with you all my experiences that I have been able to grow and learn from throughout my time as a student in my Communication and Leadership class with my cohort... Continue Reading →

{PHL 118 Reflection}

For my Leadership Advancement Scholarship we are required to take a variety of courses that push us to graduate as comprehensive, well-rounded leaders- one of them being a philosophy class focusing on moral problems. As majority of my cohort took this class together in the fall, I ended up taking it in the spring due... Continue Reading →

{Leadership Symposium}

This spring I was informed that I was chosen to chair the Leadership Institute's 20th Anniversary come fall 2017 along side of my co-chair, Harrison Watts. Excited and honored as ever to take on this role, little did either of us know that at this event would be the official changing of the Leadership Institute's... Continue Reading →

{My Personal Leadership Philosophy}

Throughout the last few years, I have learned many new things about the art of leadership. I can conclude a philosophy based off of experiences, trainings, and educational courses that I have been through in my life. I believe that the difference between a good leader and a great one is the ability to know... Continue Reading →

{Academy of Leaders}

Recently, my Leader Advancement Scholars have traveled to the heart of Detroit, Michigan where they were given the opportunity to interact with the students of Jalen Rose Leadership Academy. As I was unable to attend this trip, I have decided to really look into what this place and trip is all about. After doing some... Continue Reading →

{Discovering Your “Why”}

In Simon Sinek's TED talk that we watched in my leadership class last week, he discusses the topic of the Apple company taking such lead in their field over other companies. He talks about how they do this through using a "Why" statement. This Why statement is something that has lead Apple to become one... Continue Reading →


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