The Society Featured in the News
Society members across the country are actively working in being leaders who make a better world. You can find some of their stories covered in the news below.
TV Executive To Speak In Broadcast Event At Dabney
Posted on: Nov/09/2016
Andy Cohen, Emmy Award-winning American television executive and author, will be the guest speaker in the third of a series of broadcast events sponsored by the Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success. The live event will be held today, Wednesday, Nov. 9, beginning at 7 p.m. in Room 424, Warren Hall, on the DSLCC Clifton Forge campus. Cohen’s presentation will be rebroadcast on Monday, Nov. 28, at the DSLCC Rockbridge Regional Center in Buena Vista in Room 912 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will be streamed live and hosted by New Jersey City University in Jersey City, NJ.
Society Produces Leadership Skills
Posted on: Oct/27/2016
The National Society of Leadership and Success Biola chapter has begun its first full semester as a society, and society leaders and students find the society helpful. The society’s goals include increasing student leadership skills and helping students form and accomplish goals through orientation, leadership training, live speaker broadcasts and success networking teams. The society has exceeded several student and society leaders expectations, but also left students hoping to see further improvements.
Andy Cohen and Leigh Anne Tuohy Live at NJCU
Posted on: Oct/12/2016
The Society's Fall Speaker Series kicked off on October 4th with Dolvett Quince, celebrity trainer on NBC's The Biggest Loser. The final two events of the Fall will take place at New Jersey City University. On October 18th, we are proud to present Leigh Anne Tuohy, the inspiration for the Academy Award nominated film, "The Blind Side." She will be followed by the Emmy and Peabody Award winning host of Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live," Andy Cohen, on November 9th.
Pathways to Success alum joins team as public ally
Posted on: Sep/28/2016
Society member Keda Dorisca, of the Society chapter at Delaware State University recently accepted a position as a public ally with Pathways to Success. Public Allies Delaware is a University of Delaware Center for Community Research and Service program. Public Allies’ AmeriCorps program provides a pathway for selected talented and diverse young leaders to utilize their talents and skills to build capacity in communities across the state of Delaware. Since 1994, Public Allies Delaware has developed over 350 young leaders who have completed over 600,000 hours of service to Delaware.
CU Student Chosen for NJ Governor’s STEM Scholars Program
Posted on: Sep/15/2016
Society member Jessica Binkiewicz, an alumna and current post-baccalaureate students at Caldwell University, was chosen for the prestigious 2017 New Jersey Governor’s STEM Scholars program. The goal of the competitive program is to educate the best and brightest students about science, technology, engineering and math opportunities in New Jersey and to encourage the Garden State’s economic development.
DIFFERENCE MAKERS: ROTC leader focuses on community service, helping students build leadership skills
Posted on: Sep/07/2016
Jacqueline Donnelly, "NELA" recipient, "Excellence in Service to Students" awardee and Executive Board Member of the Society chapter at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, was one of 50 students selected to U of M-Dearborn's newest class of Difference Makers. "What makes me a Difference Maker is that I strive to help students build on their leadership skills, especially in the student organizations that I am a part of currently. One of the things I think is an important aspect of being a student is also being actively engaged in the events each organization offers, even if I am not currently a part of that student organization." - Jacqueline Donnelly
Bethune-Cookman University Student To Represent The White House Victoria Harrison Is One of 73 HBCU All-Stars Announced Today
Posted on: Aug/31/2016
Society member, Victoria Harrison, a senior psychology major at Bethune-Cookman University, was one of 73 students named a 2016 White House Initiative on HBCUs (WHIHBCUs) All-Star. Victoria was chosen from a pool of more than 300 students from 24 states, the District of Columbia, Ghana, Nigeria, and the Virgin Islands. The All-Stars, comprised of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, are being recognized for their accomplishments in academics, leadership, and civic engagement.
Ivy Tech Community College hosts police and community dialogue event
Posted on: Aug/24/2016
Society member and Chapter President of the Ivy Tech Community College Society Chapter, Derrick Jones, is a featured community leader in the upcoming event discussing race, policing and common understanding in Indianapolis.
Cierra Competes For Miss America Crown
Posted on: Aug/17/2016
Inducted Society member Cierra Dena’e Jackson, of the Society chapter at Spelman College, will be competing for the title of Miss America on September 11, 2016 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. "Ms. Jackson believes her greatest success has been giving back to her community by being a servant leader. Cierra has volunteered at the Ronald Mc Donald House, Salvation Army, the Humane Society, the Boys and Girls Club, local education campaigns, as well as, tutoring programs at middle schools and project homes in Columbus, Georgia."
Bevill State launches honor society chapter
Posted on: Aug/08/2016
Bevill State Community College has begun one of the newest chapters of The National Society of Leadership and Success. “Our involvement in The National Society of Leadership and Success is another way that we are enhancing the student experience at Bevill State. I am excited about all the opportunities involvement in this organization will bring to our students,” said Dr. Larry Ferguson, president of Bevill State Community College.