A few years ago, when I initially applied for the position, I stated that after many years of learning from those in front of me, it was now time to take on more leadership roles.
I always knew what kind of person I wanted to be. It was always in the back of my mind and never too far from my immediate thoughts.
NIRSA President Bill Crockett, Executive Director of Campus Life Services & Campus Center at University of Maryland, Baltimore, invites NIRSA members to elevate their paths in the year ahead and shares what the Association is doing to elevate its path.
I have always been drawn to the word “elevate.” In my mind, the definition is simple: it means to rise, to progress to the next level, to grow.
Trying to find the words to express what ten years of serving the NIRSA Championship Series—especially over the course of this past year—means to me is a formidable task.
April was filled with excitement over tournaments and the naming of new volunteers. But April was also a month of profound sorrow with the loss of one of our own: Sarah Fain.
In my first post as your NIRSA Student Leader, I would like to ask you to take time to analyze and find out what balance means to you.
Serving our Association these past three years on the presidential track of the NIRSA Board of Directors has been such an amazing experience. Thank you for supporting me through this special journey.
Leaders Made Here. That’s the title of the latest leadership book from Mark Miller. I’d also like to believe that it’s a great statement about what the Championship Series does day in and day out.
I thought it would be fitting in my final post as your NIRSA Student Leader to detail the way that the phrase “Peace, Love, and NIRSA” came to fruition for myself and for our Association.