Snead State Inducts 106 into National Society of Leadership and Success

12/20/2019

Snead State Community College inducted 106 students into the National Society of Leadership and Success on Monday, Dec. 2.

NSLS is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction. NSLS has 588 chapters and more than 800,000 membership nationwide. 

To be inducted in the leadership program, students have to complete requirements such as attending a two-hour orientation meeting, attending a four-hour leadership training day, attending at least three speaker broadcasts, meeting regularly with peer groups throughout the semester, and submitting at least three essays detailing goals and their progress.
Inductees into the National Society of Leadership and Success at Snead State Community College include:

Albertville
Richard Aguilar, Jeremia Bautista, Michelle Borjas, Viridiana Cantellano, Lesly Carranza, Magaly Cortes, Chelsea Davis, Irlanda Diaz, Luis Elizarraras, Ulani Figueroa, Summer Ford, Marla Franklin, Jesus Gomez, Jovan Gonzales, Daisy Guzman, Anthony Lopez, Neida Martin, Johnathan Mitchell, Mercedes Ochoa, Alejandro Palomares, Sydney Patterson, Brayan Perez, Alejandra Ramirez, Andrea Ramirez Rodas, Ruby Ramos, Allison Reno, Iris Rentz, Leanna Sampson, Lylah Stone, Ashley Swain, Bryan Trejo, Jacob Turner, Daniel Velazquez-Angel, and Camryn Williams. 

Altoona 
Donovan Guinois-Golden, Donna Perez, and Evan Priest.

Arab 
Madison Ayers, James Nguyen, and Alyssa Swafford. 

Attalla
Te Aundra Leonard and Colton Patterson.

Baileyton
Rachael Yearwood.

Blountsville
Yesenia Hernandez and Kayla Putman.

Boaz
Autumn Amos, Alexandria Burke, Leah Claborn, Madeline Devin, Savannah Dupree, Caitlin Alis Edwards, Aaron Evans, Seth Hopper, Mary-Kathryn Lang, Benjamin Morgan, Morgan Noojin, Jennifer Payne, Cheyenne Pierce, Nanna Posey, Alejandro Renteria Jr., Gracie White, Tarrah Wilbanks, and Cullen Wilson Mathis.

Crossville
Maria Alonzo, Jessie Anderson, Brodie Canterberry, Jacob Chamblee, Mary Ocampo, Dylan Odell, Beronica Rodriguez, Stephen Rogers, and Saul Venegas.

Gadsden 
Amanda Morris.

Gallant
Jacob Jones.

Guntersville
Shawna Binkley, Dariana Castro, Justin Field, Alaina Keller, Hannah Lindblad, Ruben Ortiz, Kevin Sosa, Lida Taing, Yonathan Vega, Emily Wilson and Zachary Zahn.

Higdon
Danielle Sanders.

Horton 
Eulalia Alonzo, Pablo Martinez, Ashton Quick, Shallon Vines and Caleb Ward.

Huntsville
Keith Lankford.

Lacey Springs
Bradley Whited.

Madison
Matilin Chaffin.

Oneonta
Jordan Criswell, Noah Driggers, Ricardo Duarte, Adriana Hernandez, Jacob Pelham, Kierstyn Perry, Juana Rivera, Juana Rosales and Eleazar Verdin.

Pelham
Hannah Pritchett.

Rainbow City
Kierien Knight.

Union Grove
Michael Stark.

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