Monday, April 9 | 7 p.m. | CMU Ballroom

The Dragon Leadership Program (DLP) invites the campus community to attend the DLP Illuminate Student Showcase on Monday, April 9 (tonight) starting at 7 p.m. in the CMU Ballroom. The event will feature DLP Illuminate students sharing their leadership journey through a storymapping project. There will be a short introduction at 7:10 p.m. Attendees will then have time to talk to our DLP students by visiting each of their tables to hear about their leadership journey and ask questions (i.e. similar to poster presentations) until 8:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

Participants in the DLP are active in a student organization, have conducted various service hours, have implemented a community service project, and have held a long term leadership role. Students that complete the two-year co-curricular leadership program get a medal to wear at graduation. Applications to be involved in the program happen each September. More information can be found at www.mnstate.edu/osa/dragon-leadership.

This year’s completing Illuminate student participants include:

Brooke Bergeron
Major: Criminal Justice and Political Science
Long Term Leadership Position: Employment Experience with Accessibility Resources Office
Volunteer Project: Project benefiting Great Plains Food Bank

Brianna Blauert
Major: Communication Arts and Literature
Long Term Leadership Position: Treasurer of Education Minnesota Student Program
Service project: Packing food boxes for families in need with the Great Plains Food Bank

Lindsay Brower
Major: Health Service Administration
Long Term Leadership Position: NRHH Vice President of Service
Volunteer Project: Great Plains Food Bank with NRHH

Clara Derby
Major: Project Management and English with an emphasis in Writing
Long Term Leadership Position: Supervisor at Starbucks
Volunteer Project: Community service initiative at Starbucks where I arranged groups of employees to volunteer at the River Keepers and the YWCA

Annika Greaney
Major: Computer Science
Long Term Leadership Position: President of Golden Key International Honor Society, MSUM Chapter
Volunteer Project: Free computer programming lessons for kids in the Moorhead public schools district

Laura Grimm
Major: English and Mass Communications
Long Term Leadership Position: Managing Editor of Red Weather
Service Project: Book Drive

Kaleen Krueger
Major: Business Administration with Emphasis in Marketing and Integrated Advertising and Public Relations
Long Term Leadership Position: Resident Assistant
Volunteer Project: Project benefiting Great Plains Food Bank

Madison Lykken
Major: BFA Graphic Design, Minors: Advertising and Art
Long Term Leadership Position: Resident Assistant and AIGA Dragons Vice President
Volunteer Project: Unseen’s Fall Fire Event

Tony Santos
Major: Health Services Administration
Long Term Leadership Position: Involvement in National Society of Leadership and Success, Student Senate, and Healthcare Leadership Organization
Volunteer Project: TBA

Ryan Siems
Major: Business Administration emphasizing Marketing
Long Term Leadership Position: Previous Vice President and now Current President of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity (Sigma-Sigma Chapter)
Volunteer Project: Kappa Sigma 5K for the Honor Flight