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The President's Leadership Circle
The President’s Leadership Circle provides a selected group of senior students with a variety of opportunities to further develop their leadership skills. They may enhance their intercultural communication skills by engaging in a service-learning project in another culture, and network with distinguished alumni. Furthermore, students will have the opportunity to interact with the University’s leadership team and share their perspectives about FSU. In past years, PLC students have held significant leadership positions on campus; others have demonstrated their leadership by the respect they have earned among both faculty/staff and students, and the contributions they have made to the campus community.
|Ms. Kelly Bean||
Kelly Bean is a Mass Communication and Psychology double major with a minor in Journalism. You may have seen her face on the front page of the FSU webpage as a featured Bobcat Ambassador. Ms. Bean works for The Bottom Line and the University Programming Council in addition to serving as an intern in the Office of Leadership and Experiential Learning. Kelly did a wonderful job putting together the 2012 Sloop Leadership Weekend. She is also a part of the Honor’s program, the Psychology Honor Society, the Student Alumni Association and the National Society of Leadership and Success.
|Mr. Cody Brill||
Cody Brill is a double major in Accounting and Economics. Cody is highly involved with the FSU Foundation and the University Advancement Office as he works as a student intern in the Finance and Accounting Department. He is a member of the honors business fraternity, Beta Gamma Sigma, and volunteers much of his time to coaching local middle school students in basketball.
|Ms. Rachel Clark||
Rachel Clark is a Biotechnology major with a double minor in Leadership Studies and Chemistry. Rachel is beginning her second year as the president of the National Society of Leadership and Success and is actively involved as the Co-President of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society at FSU. Rachel was an early success story for the CHILL program and has subsequently been written about in the Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun. She is also active as an intern for the Office of Leadership and Experiential Learning.
|Mr. Keith Davidson||
Keith Davidson is Chemistry major with a double minor in Mathematics and Leadership Studies. Keith is the Editor-in-Chief of The Bottom Line, Co-President of the American Chemical Society, Vice President of the Student Alumni Association, a Bobcat Ambassador and a General Chemistry Tutor. In previous semesters at Frostburg, Keith has volunteered his time as a Developmental Mathematics Student Instructor, an AmeriCorps Member, a Relay for Life Team Captain, a Thanksgiving Basket Sponsor and a Student Participant at the Sustaining Campus & Community Dialogue Series.
|Ms. Katie Dignan||
Katie Dignan is a double major in Political Science and History. Katie serves as the Head Resident of a Frostburg State residence hall, works as a Bobcat Ambassador, has been inducted in the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society and into Phi Sigma Alpha, is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success and serves as the Secretary and Treasurers of National Residence Hall Honorary. In previous semesters at Frostburg, she has volunteered her time as a student mentor for an orientation class and has been involved with the College Democrats and BURG Peer Education Network.
|Mr. Jason Moxley||
Jason Moxley is a Global Business Administration Major. Jason is President of the Global Business Club and the Head of Advertising and a Member of the Trade Show Committee with the Entrepreneurship Club- even though he originally came to Frostburg as a transfer student. Jason will be studying abroad in China in the fall, but has vowed to remain engaged through video conferencing and is hopeful that he can prove to be both a great bobcat ambassador and a great PLC ambassador while in China.
|Mr. Alexander Ramsey||Alex Ramsey is a Business Administration (Marketing) Major. Alexander is an active member of Phi Mu Delta Fraternity- an organization in which he previously served as Vice President of Finance and currently serves as Sergeant at Arms. He is also Public Relations Chair of the Marketing Club and a member of the Western Maryland Wheelmen Cycling Club. In previous semesters at Frostburg, he worked as a Technical Services Student Employee with the Lane University Center. During his summers, Alexander has worked as a Freelance Contractor with AV Solutions International, Inc. and participated in the 4k for Cancer Charity Bike Ride in which he cycled more than 4000 miles from Baltimore to Portland in 70 days- during which he raised more than $4,800 and participated as Leg Leader for the first of three legs.|
|Mr. Michael Schoelen||
Michael Schoelen is an Environmental Analysis & Planning major with a minor in Geography. Michael is a Lab Assistant in the Department of Geography, a Driver for Safe Ride, a XFSR Frostburg Student Radio Host, a Member of National Residence Hall Honorary and a Conversational Spanish Partner. In past years, Michael has served as a Resident Assistant, been both a Representative and the Vice-Chairman of the University System of Maryland Student Council and the Chair of Student Affairs with the FSU Student Government Association. Michael is also an Eagle Scout.
|Ms. Victoria Suess||
Victoria Seuss is a double major in Psychology and English with a minor in Spanish. Victoria is the Team captain for the FSU Woman’s Field Hockey Team, a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and a Writing Tutor on-campus. In previous semesters at Frostburg, Victoria has worked as a Psychology Learning Assistant, served as an Officer on the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, conducted research with a professor and also presented at the annual English Colloquium.
|Mr. Franklin Taylor||
Frank Taylor is a double major in Political Science and Law & Society with a minor in Leadership Studies. Frank recently completed an internship with the Disney College Program in Florida. He also previously interned at Frostburg in the Office of Leadership & Experiential Learning- through which he co-facilitated a learning community. While at Frostburg, Frank served as a Teaching Assistant, the OCM Coordinator with National Residence Hall Honorary, served as the Programming Chair with Phi Mu Delta fraternity, was the PMD Greek Council Representative, served as an RA, served as President of the Honors Student Association for a year, worked one semester as a Lane Center Student Employee. Frank is also in the honors program.
|Ms. Heather Vosburg||
Heather Vosburg is a Recreation and Parks Management major with a concentration in Therapeutic Recreation. Heather works as a Student Manager for the Lane University Center, is the President of the Recreations and Parks Honor Society, a member of the Collegiate Percussive Arts Society, and the Catholic Campus Ministry. She has previously been part of the Percussion Ensemble at Frostburg State. She will be interning in Pennsylvania for the Spring semester but has vowed to remain actively engaged with PLC.
|Mr. Daniel Weir||
Daniel Weir is a double major in History and Political Science. Daniel is a very active member of the Edgewood Commons staff as the Head Resident. He also participates in a multitude of positions and organizations around campus. He is a Bobcat Ambassador, a BURG Peer Educator, and is the President of the National Residence Hall Honorary. Daniel has also been to Sloop Leadership Weekend, is a part of the Honors Program, and is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, and the National Society of Leadership and Success.