Student Accomplishments and Leadership
Fleer Center Leadership Council is comprised of Fleer student representatives interested in working on behalf of the Fleer student population. The Council meets monthly for approximately an hour. Students are welcome to bring their lunch to the meetings. All Fleer students are welcome to attend.
2015-2016 Fleer Council Members:
Melissa Thompson, Vice President
Natisha Melchor, Secretary-Treasurer
Other Fleer Student Leaders:
Kim Dobesh and Jacqueline Yokely, Fall 2015 Orientation Co-Charis
Sherry Richmond, Jeanine Harris, and Jacqueilne Yokley, Spring 2016 Orientation Co-Chairs
Grashia Connelly and Jeanine Harris, Commencement Committee 2016
Cassandra Priorello and Natisha Melchor, Fleer Center Advisory Council 2015-2016
Sherry Richmond, Fleer Student Phone Team Leader 2015-2016
Salem College Fleer Student Shanta Fletcher was awarded a scholarship by the Professional Women of Winston-Salem. She was recognized in the Winston-Salem Journal on November 4th for this award.
Rozita Nelson is a Communications and Not-for-Profit student and the Executive Director for The Power of T.E.E.N.S. organization. The Power of TEENS, Inc. received it's very first public acknowledgement in October of 2014 through the Project We Care Initiative, designed to thank the individuals and organizations within the city of Winston-Salem for their outstanding civic and community performance and lasting contributions to our great city.
Teri Hairston C’14 is the winner of the 2013 Women’s Writing Award for Poetry with her poem, “An Indiscretion.” She will be receive her award at the Winter Stage and Studio Event on December 7 at LaVenson Press Studios, and her piece will be published in the first issue of Firefly Ridge Literary Magazine, which debuts at the Winter Stage & Studio Event. LaVenson Press Studios’ mission is to inspire women to self-define through writing and publishing.