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The Leadership competency area addresses the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required of a leader, with or without positional authority. Leadership involves both the individual role of a leader and the leadership process of individuals working together to envision, plan, and affect change in organizations and respond to broad-based constituencies and issues. This can include working with students, student affairs colleagues, faculty, and community members.


Hardee Center for Leadership & Ethics in Higher Education

  • Serve as Associate Director and Graduate Assistant

  • Charged with enhancing and promoting the experiences of graduate students

  • Serve as liaison between the LifeNet of alumni and current students, faculty, and staff

  • Oversee Hardee Center Board of Directors consisting of nearly 30 alumni across the nation


Higher Education Student Association

  • Serve on the Florida State HESA Executive Board

  • HESA serves to promote and advocate for higher education graduate students

  • Attend faculty meetings to contribute student voice and perspectives


Dalton Institute on College Student Values

  • Coordinated annual Dinner Dialogue event with Dalton Institute keynote speakers including: Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington, Dr. George Kuh, Dr. Alexander Astin, and Dr. Shaun Harper

  • Served as volunteer for the 2015 and 2016 Dalton Institute


EDH 3215: Leadership and Change Teaching Assistant

  • Co-instructed an undergraduate course consisting of 22 students

  • Discussed leadership and change theory utilizing multiple articles and two books


Student Government Association Intern at Florida State University

  • Co-advised 5-member Executive Leadership and 12-member Executive Cabinet

  • Processed and developed student leadership through 1:1 and group advising


NODA Intern at Bentley University

  • Co-advised 4 Student Orientation Coordinators and 48 Orientation Leaders


ACPA - American College Educator's International

  • Served as an official ambassador for the American College Educator's International

  • Coordinate ACPA Presidential Symposium for students, faculty, and staff


NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

  • Two-time National Undergraduate Fellows Program

  • Attended the 2014 Dungy Leadership Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah

  • Serve on the #SAGrad Mod Team for the Technology Knowledge Community


  • How to define and construct learning outcomes

  • How to use qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-methods in research

  • How to design assessment tools for different projects

  • How to conduct interviews, transcribe, and code emerging themes

  • How to utilize Qualtrics and CampusLabs

  • How to use assessment data to inform practice and work

  • How to produce an Assessment Report for various stakeholders

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