{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 ti know…

{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…

{COM 267L Reflection}

During my first semester here at CMU, my scholarship and minor required me to take a debate course. Luckily I had the opportunity to have half of my LAS cohort in join me at 9:30 every Tuesday and Thursday morning. Learning the history of argumentation and debate was never really something that I ever thought…

{Unite To Connect}

This past weekend, my Leadership Advancement Scholarship and I got the overwhelming opportunity to participate in the Leadership Connections Conference 2016 held at the Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City, Michigan. This conference is made up of a variety of different leaders throughout Central Michigan University’s campus who come together to unite as one. Of…

{A Very Special Day}

As you may know, I highly considered going into special education as a major here at CMU, before I took interest into writing. That being said, I have always been quite involved in organizations like the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Special Olympics, Lutz High School, and many others. Coming into college I was concerned as to…

{Ignite YOUR Spark}

I am aware that I mention my leadership scholarship in practically every article that I write, but that’s because it is such a huge part of my life. Toady I relate my scholarship to one of the many involvements that are required of us LASers to partake in throughout one semester, and that is Spark…