Thirteen UNC Pembroke graduates earned the distinction of being named Leadership Fellows by the Leadership and Service Opportunities Program (LSOP). The students volunteered for more than 150 hours of community service as undergraduates.
Five additional graduates earned Distinguished Leader awards for completing a minimum of 25 hours of community service and a series of leadership workshops during the fall semester.
"Each of these dedicated students completed many hours of community service throughout their tenure at UNCP in addition to completing a series of leadership workshops," said Melanie Clark, LSOP coordinator. "For their efforts, these outstanding volunteers received a special transcript and gold tassels for their robes during commencement ceremonies."
The Leadership Fellows:
- Dawn Cox, Lumberton, Social Work
- Monica Frink, Ash, Social Work
- Flossie Hunt, Maxton, Social Work
- Kay Locklear, Red Springs, Social Work
- Joe McDaniel, Rowland, Philosophy & Religion
- Latisha McDaniel, Rowland, Sociology
- Dee Patrick, Bolton, Social Work
- Engle Revels, Lumberton, Business Administration: Management
- Shannon Revels, Lumberton, Business Administration: Management
- Peter Sanderson, Fayetteville, Social Work
- Alice Scott, Lumberton, Social Work
- Amy Woodell, Pembroke, Social Work
- J.C. Worthington, Clarkton, Social Work
The Distinguished Leaders:
- Dana Faircloth, Parkton, Political Science: Public Administration
- Brandy Locklear, Maxton, Sociology
- Maria Melanthiou, Nicosia Cyprus, Sociology
- Amy Mustoe, Lumberton, Sociology
- Winifred Winston, Fayetteville, Business Administration: Marketing