Leadership Education Training Workshops & Mentorship
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Student, Youth, Teen, and/or Young Adult Leadership & Programming
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I have an interest in designing effective, motivating, and life-changing leadership education programs for youth and young adults to become the next generation of confident, collaborative, creative, problem-solving change-driving leaders.
I am always seeking opportunities to jointly collaborate in efforts to further explore an understanding of methods to offer experiential leadership education and development to youth and young adults.
After receiving a Bachelors of Science degree in Organizational and Community Leadership, with concentrations in Business Administration and Jewish Studies, I continuously work to mentor, support, empower and educate the next generation of leaders.
Please contact me with any inquiries regarding partnerships/collaborations, professional opportunities, higher education programs, requests for leadership training workshops, or other common interests.
Leaders encourage others to better themselves and the world through inspiring and driving change by empowering one person at a time.
“Life finds its purpose and fulfillment in the expansion of happiness.”
- Maheshi Yogi
RECENT PROJECT: Jefferson Awards Leadership Show 2016
In partnership with the Wilmington-based Jefferson Awards Foundation, 26 classmates and I designed, organized, and executed their annual Fall 2015 Leadership Conference. As Chair of the "Programming Team," we prepared the entirety of the convention's agenda, including four tracks. This conference had 367 registered participants and 260 participants attending the conference.
RECENT PROJECT: Independent Study on Comparative Internship Experiences
During the summer of 2015, I worked as a part-time intern for the Department of Jewish Life and Learning (DJLL) at the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington (JFGW) and then subsequently at the Jewish Federation of Delaware (JFD) primarily with the Philanthropy and Development Department. Over these two experiences, I compiled a daily journal and observed vast differences between the operation, structure, and resources of these organizations, as well as the Jewish communities they respectively serve. In addition, I compared working in one agency's communal programming operation relative to working for the other's philanthropy and development operation.