Staley School of Leadership Studies announces 2020-2021 class of Snyder Leadership Legacy fellows
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
The Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows Program is named for and based on former K-State football coach Bill Snyder's 16 Goals for Success. Snyder is known for his commitment to leadership development and the program continues to build on his example. Snyder fellows will engage in a variety of leadership development workshops, activities and events during the 2020-2021 academic year, kicking off with an intensive retreat in the fall. Fellows will engage with youth in the Manhattan community and develop their own capacity to lead with a leadership coach of their own.
The following students, all moving into their final year at K-State, have been selected for the Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellows Program; included are majors and hometowns:
Rebekah Cain, agricultural education, Admire; Victoria Eastman, biological systems engineering, and Brynnan Norris, hospitality management, both from Andover; Gracyn Higley, animal sciences and industry-production management, Atwood; Emme Mount, physical sciences, Clearwater; Enrique Salas, civil engineering, Council Grove; Rileigh Mahoney, communication sciences and disorders, Derby;Rhett Pierce, mechanical engineering, De Soto; Carmen Del Real, life sciences and Spanish, and Carlos Ruiz, finance, both from Dodge City; Maria Kimzey, agricultural economics, Fredonia.
From Greater Kansas City: Jazmine Johnson, strategic communications, and Ashly Rojas, marketing, both from Kansas City; Kayley Brethour, entrepreneurship, Charles Corredor, finance, Brian Mota, marketing, and Mitchell Taylor, economics and international studies, all from Lenexa; Samantha Bond, human development and family sciences, Olathe; Leah Willhite, kinesiology and pre-physician assistant, Overland Park; and Abigail Huber, animal sciences and industry-pre-vet option, and Sarah McLaughlin, elementary education, both from Shawnee.
Taylor Mosher, finance, Lawrence; Mackensie Haverkamp, public relations, Silver Lake; Phil Haynos, medical biochemistry and pre-medicine, St. Marys; Kelsey Robinett, architectural engineering, Topeka; and Cale Hupe, marketing, Wamego.
From out of state: Brooke Errington, general human ecology, Cottonwood, Minnesota; Richard Garrett, American ethnics studies, St. Louis, Missouri; and Anthony Hall, management information systems, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.