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Advisory Council Members Meet Student Organization Leaders

Kaitlin York

May 11, 2017


Students holding a leadership position within a student organization at the Rawls College had the opportunity to meet with advisory council members in small groups to discuss leadership on Thursday March 30. The meetings fostered conversations about what makes a good leader and how to identify potential leaders. Advisory council members shared their extensive experiences with leaders and how developing strong leadership skills played a role in their successes.

Student organizations that participated include: Alpha Kappa Psi, Business Valuation Club, DECA Tech, Delta Sigma Pi, National Association of Black Accountants and Tech Marketing Association.

To view pictures from the event, please visit the Rawls College of Business Flickr account.

About the Rawls Advisory Council

The Rawls Advisory Council was established in 2001 and consists of 60 individuals from the business world who bring a wide variety of expertise and leadership to Rawls College students and administration. This group has been instrumental in helping to guide the college and its role within the university.

This supports the efforts outlined in the Rawls College of Business Strategic Plan. Learn more about the LEADER 2020 Strategic Plan and follow our progress on Twitter at #RawlsLeads.