Overview: Student Civic Leadership Board members are students who care about issues facing our communities and our world, have demonstrated ways in which they have worked towards change, and want to continue to address critical community issues such as poverty, hunger, homelessness, climate change, diversity and inclusion, equity, and access to education.
Student Civic Leadership Board goals and activities include:
Be a current Buffalo State student, maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0, and commit to active engagement and participation to the best of your ability.
Leadership Board members normally must be available Tuesdays during Bengal Pause; however, there will be flexibility for dates and times during the 2020-2021 academic year.
Ajaib Ali, Senior, Childhood Education
Olivia Colby, Sophomore, Communication Studies
Ayan Hassan, Sophomore, Criminal Justice
Mu Htoo, Junior, Social Work
Katie Igielinski, Sophomore, Psychology
Hannah Kalmeyer, Junior, Psychology
DeChantell Lloyd, Senior, Business Administration
Magaly Lupercio, Sophomore, Psychology
Hawa Mberwa, Junior, Criminal Justice
Shenese Patterson, Junior, Sociology
Jonathan Poethig, Sophomore, Pre-Social Work
Jamersin Redfern, Graduate, Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration
Chelsea Simmeth, Senior, Individualized Studies
Eh Tler, Junior, Health/Wellness
Safiya Ward, Sophomore, Biology
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