Students Learn from iLead at Columbus State University
COLUMBUS, Ga - Columbus State University students studied strategies for financial success, leading through change and fostering organizational diversity at the “iLead” Cougar Leadership Conference on Friday, Feb. 27 in CSU’s Davidson Student Center.
Conference sessions, led by campus and community volunteers, began around 1 p.m. and concluded with a keynote address from Kristen Hadeed, a young entrepreneur and the founder of Student Maid, one of Florida’s largest independently owned cleaning services.
“The conference was filled with networking opportunities, chances to develop leadership skills and new perspectives on leadership,” said Britney Kelley, adviser for Greek Life & Leadership. “We hope CSU students can apply today’s lessons for a better future as managers, officers and entrepreneurs.”