Hiram’s director of campus involvement, Demetria Anderson, has been accepted into the 2010-2011 National Association for Campus Activities Leadership Fellows program. This one-year appointment requires that Anderson to work with colleagues and peers from colleges and universities across the country. The NACA Leadership Fellows Program is an opportunity for NACA members of underrepresented ethnicities to become familiar with the association’s governance, programs and professional development opportunities at both the regional and national levels. The intent of the program is to help increase the diversity of the association’s leadership.
Annually, one fellow is selected from each of the seven national regions to serve a one-year term, during which he or she becomes actively involved in learning about NACA and its various leadership opportunities.
The fellows program is open to graduate students or new professionals (in the field three years or less) at an NACA member institution who demonstrate any or all of the diversity attributes outlined above.
Anderson, who is from Maple Heights, Ohio, received her bachelor’s in psychology from Bennett College for Women, Greensboro, N.C. and her M.A.Ed. from The University of Akron. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the higher education administration program at the University of Toledo.
For more information on NACA, go here.