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Council of Student Leaders

CSL Leadership

Meet the President

IAN DEAS is a senior Biology major with a minor in Chemistry. He's originally from Charleston, South Carolina, where he attended the nationally recognized Academic Magnet High School. Ian has been an active member on The Council of Student Leaders since his freshman year, serving as Public Relations Co-Chair, Student Allocations Representative, and student body Vice President. In addition, he has served in several leadership positions in organizations such as The Gentlemen's League, Winthrop Eagle STEM Scholars, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., and is also a 2014 cohort member of the McNair Scholars Program.

Meet the Vice-President

JARVAIS JACKSON is a junior Elementary Education major. He's originally from Sumter, South Carolina, where he attended Sumter High School. While in High School, Jarvais was very active at the state and local level student councils holding numerous positions. Jarvais has served on the Council of Student Leaders since he came to Winthrop serving as an Annual Member and currently the College of Education Representative. Jarvais has been no stranger to leadership while at Winthrop as he has served with the Resident Student Association, Winthrop Ambassadors, McFeat Laboratory School and DSU. Jarvais was also a key part to the Leadership Institute for First-Timers (LIFT). Jarvais also serves in the community as the College Ministry Leader at Freedom Temple Ministries. Jarvais’ experience and passion for making a difference makes him a great candidate for the Vice President position. Jarvais believes in action leadership, most accurately depicted in the quote, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” - John Quincy Adams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CONTACT INFORMATION
Council of Student Leaders (CSL)
202 DiGiorgio Center
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-2248
803/323-2396 (Fax)
CSL@winthrop.edu
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