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Maggie Burnett Phoebe Bauer

Major: Exercise and Sport Science (Pre-Physical Therapy)

Hometown: New Albany, IN

Because I am involved...I learned the skills you miss out on in the classroom such as time management, communication, and networking. Being involved on campus has helped me turn my passions into a potential career! Being involved on campus has instilled a true love in me for the University of Memphis and the city of Memphis itself. 

   
Skyler Clayton Chandler Peacock

Major: Accounting

Hometown: Memphis, TN

Because I am involved...I have become a more well-rounded student. I have learned the importance of time management, and have made numerous lifelong friendships along the way. Being involved has helped me expand my connections as well as improve my communication, listening, and overall leadership skills. I could not be more satisfied with my decision to get involved, as it has allowed me to make the absolute most of my college experience.
   
Robbie Marsico Treven Treece

Major: Health and Human Performance

Hometown: Morristown, TN

Because I am involved...I have become confident. I am from a mid-sized town in East Tennessee and it was a challenge, at first, for me to adjust to the college environment. Getting involved helped me develop great friendships, become comfortable on campus, and start tapping into my true potential.

   
Jasmine McGhee Selisa Williams

Major: Biology

Hometown: Memphis, TN

Because I am involved...I have learned how to become a servant leader.  As a non-traditional, adult student it is an honor to be able to participate in a program such as the Tiger Leadership Institute and learn the leadership skills that I will need in my future career.  Those skills are used when I teach high school students as part of the Tigers Teach program and in my role as Vice President of the Tigers Teach Student Society.  Being involved has helped me network with other leaders on campus and helped me develop the skills I will need to be an effective leader and teacher.

   
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Tiger Leadership Institute builds on the successes of other leadership programs. It is a program that intends to make long-term leadership education available to any undergraduate student at the University of Memphis.

U of M LEAD Conference on Student Leadership, provides training and networking opportunities for nearly 300 college and high school student leaders annually. It will be held Saturday, November 15, 2014.

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