One of the key tenets in Brook Hill’s Guard Charge “Serve Others” is coming to life through student participation in Chick-fil-A’s Leadership Academy.
Out of the 60 students who applied, 30 Brook Hill students were chosen to be a part of this dynamic and formative leadership program that provides training and opportunities to serve their campus and community. Each month they will attend a meeting that will involve a leader training lesson, known as a Leadership Lab, which highlights positive stories of impact with informational and inspirational ways to make a difference. In addition, their meetings will allow for planning time for their two service projects this year.
This past week launched their time together as a club and kicked off with a chance for students to get to know one another, leadership coaching and a small service project making care packages and writing notes to servicemen and women.
Chick-fil-A hopes to engage students by helping them re-imagine leadership, expose students to new and unique ideas and insights and to equip them with the tangible tools for their leadership journey. We’re excited about this avenue for growth for students and look forward to seeing their leadership skills strengthened and developed over the course of this upcoming year!
The following students were chosen. Seniors: Angela Rodriguez, Christopher Roberts, Karysta Christy, Faru Ketema, Gavin Welling, Natalie Leal, Michael Ezeh Juniors: Mattie Cheatham, Nicole Tng, Temitope Durojaye, Anna Hardee, Olivia Farber, Nicole Dombokah, Margaret Manning, Nia Carter, Morgan Maddox, Gracie Campbell, Kensington Holley Sophomores: Michelle Omayuku, Brynn Allen, Linh Le, Harley Cooper, Ijeoma Ekeukwu, Ayomide Fadase, Jonathan Humphries Freshmen: Sam St. Amant, David Weisberg, Allee St, Amant, James Jordan, Ella Hardee