Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honor society inducts new members
Seventy-five students and one faculty member were inducted into Omicron Delta Kappa in a ceremony on Feb. 4.
Seventy-five students and a faculty member were inducted into the national leadership honor society Omicron Delta Kappa on Feb. 4.
The ODK executive board selected their new advisor Melanie Bullock to give the keynote speech. She addressed the Induction Ceremony on how we have learned the skills needed to lead since kindergarten. She reminded the inductees that it is their responsibility as academic and community leaders on campus to promote growth and change.
ODK members demonstrate high academic achievement, have diverse leadership experiences and exhibited growth in leadership skills. The student inductees were invited to the Elon Circle of ODK and identified as the top 33 percent of the junior and senior class. Students who applied were selected for induction based on their exemplary leadership across five phases of campus life, including athletics, the arts, communication, scholarship, and community service.
Omicron Delta Kappa leadership
Gabrielle Vance, ODK President
Megan Moisand, ODK Vice President
Reena John, ODK Secretary
Devon Spieker, ODK Treasurer
Rachel Tinker, Leadership Development Chair
Austin Daugherty, Service Chair
Melanie Bullock, Director of the Center for Leadership, ODK Advisor
Brandon Bell, Assistant Director of CREDE, ODK Advisor
Jodean Schmiederer, Dean of Student Development, ODK Faculty Advisor
Spring 2018 Inductees:
Lillanna Isabelle Fagen
Charleen Martins Lopes
Melanie Bullock (ODK Advisor)