December 13, 2018  

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Southern Miss Students Inducted into National Leadership Society

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The National Society of Leadership and Success welcomed 53 students from The University of Southern Mississippi as new members during induction ceremonies held recently on the Hattiesburg campus.

The organization is the nation’s largest leadership honor society with more than 590,000 members in 506 chapters across the country. Members are nominated based upon academic standing or leadership potential. Before nominated students can be inducted, they must complete a step-by-step program designed to build leadership skills.

Membership is for life and provides access to benefits including scholarships and awards, exclusive on-campus events, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, grad school prep courses, insurance and much more.

Inducted members from Southern Miss include:

Sharmonia Adams
Deja Adams
Abiodun Ayegbaroju
Janay Barnes
Kimberly Barrett
Malik Barrow
Julia Blanchard
Ambreinna Brown
Johnny Brumfield
Keyonna Buchanan
Christopher Burney
Kapriyah Crosby
Justin Cunningham
Whitney Dees
Donald Dixon
Ariel Elliott
Kennedi Esteen
Christopher Ferrell
Andrea Fields
Jordan Graves
Leah Gray
Myesha Green
Ericka Hardy
Marlee Harrell
Zaccheaus Holliday
Angie James
Alexis Jenkins
Brittney Johnson
Jayla Kendrick
Bruce Kirkwood
Jonathan Kolb
Kyara McShan
Jaz Morton
Alisha Newell
Alexander Newman
Anna Peel
Jasmine Rayford
Betsy Redfern
Hannah Ricks
Leah Sandoz
Jacob Seibert
Wynter Seymour
Alan Shaw
Asia Smith
Breanna Smith
Dezmond Smith
Katie Tures
Breneesha Washington
Michaela Williams
Destiny Williams
Christy Woodall
Lenedra Wyatt
Angel Yarbor

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