Snead State Inducts 74 into National Society of Leadership and Success

4/30/2019

Snead State Community College inducted 57 students into the National Society of Leadership and Success on Tuesday, April 30.

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.

Snead State Speech Instructor Johnny Brewer spoke to the students during the induction ceremony. The chapter officers – President Gracie Muncher of Alexandria, Vice President Catherine Beasley, Secretary Olivia McCreless of Albertville, and Success Networking Team Coordinator Colby Sims of Albertville – led the induction of the new members.

Inductees into the National Society of Leadership and Success at Snead State Community College include:

Albertville
Dustin Bolton, Giselle Cantellano, Pamela Chavez, Brady Cochran, Faith Davis, Ruri Figueroa, Uriel Franco,  Bryanna Ibarra, Jasmine Johnson, Mariela Miguel, Adolfo Patino, Guadalupe Ramirez, Paula Revolte, Oscar Santos, Gracie Small, Kaitlyn Smith, Elizabeth Soriano, Breanna Stewart, Harley Stover, Samantha Stover, Will Vaughn, Tyler Whitehead, Emily Williams, Katie Williams, and Nahom Workalemahu.

Altoona
Mikayla Arntz, Jamie McCartney, Alyssa Duncan, and Tyler Nash. 

Arab
Tara Boyd, Katelyn Burns, Presley Collins, Emily Hicks, Caleigh Kitchens, Olivia Logan, Tiffany and Spielman.

Ashville
Kenzie Hare.

Attalla
Taylor Allen, Crimson Johnson, and Maleah Johnson.

Birmingham
Jerreca Browning. 

Boaz
Steven Alexander, Griffin Barkley, Corey Bearden, Haley Brown Cassie Chamblee, Caleigh Davis, Madison Gaskin, Larry Gonzalez, James Guthrie, Sydney Guthrie, Talon Harbian, Teryn Hill, Willie Holmes, Laura Jarquin, Laurie Marcouiller, Kayleigh Rogers, Rene Shipman, Javen Smith, Lupita Vega, Olivia Wiloughby, and Sheila Wolfe.

Collinsville
Megan Hearn and Estephanie Linares.

Crossville
Joel Felipe and Emily Tully. 

Dawson
Adrienne Gibson.

Gadsden
Brittany Cox, Brandi Duckett and Deztanee Sanders.

Geraldine
Makenzie Barnard and Shelby Brothers.

Guntersville
Rachel Amburn, Jonathan Baker, Anna Campbell, Emma Cole, Kyle Daniel, Heather Muse, Kolton Ray, Jake VanZandt, Heather Harden and Sharion Smith.

Hayden
Dani Jewel.

Horton
Esmeralda Alvarez and Isaac Soriano.

Huntsville
Thomas Sparks and Justin Stewart. 

Joppa
Tommie Kennedy. 

Oneonta
William Fuller. 

Opelika
 Natasha Kelley-Humphrey.

Rainbow City
Kassie Kircus, Colby Smith and Laura Molnar.

Scottsboro
Joseph Clifton and Izaak Parker.

Steele
Jody Free.

Union Grove
Alyssa Barrentine.

Whistler
Termichael Daniels.

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