Keiser University Fort Lauderdale Takes Part in Project Leadership

Keiser University Fort Lauderdale staff members recently visited Coral Springs, Fla., city hall to as the guest of mayor Scott Brook. Violet Lowrey, Director of Student Services, and Chaynea Fox-Sampson, Community Resources Coordinator, joined Brook to peak to high school students as a part of Project Leadership


Project Leadership was created by Scott Brook in 2003 as a mentoring leadership program for local high school students in the Coral Springs are. Participants in the programget the opportunity to network and learn vital skills to help them in preparation for college and beyond.


Lowrey and Fox-Sampson spoke to the students about college preparedness. Kevin Tacher, local business owner and sponsor of Project Leadership, attended to support the event as did Heather Mahoney, mother of a Project Leadership student and a facilitator for Project Leadership.

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