Students Inducted Into National Society of Leadership and Success
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Students Inducted Into National Society of Leadership and Success

Published: May 31, 2022

Jefferson Community College (JCC) held its annual National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) induction ceremony on May 5, 2022. Forty-one (41) students were inducted into the College’s Sigma Alpha Pi chapter of NSLS. 

One of the largest leadership honor societies in the United States, the NSLS helps students discover and achieve their goals while providing the opportunity to build and strengthen leadership skills and access scholarships. The formal induction process is preceded by a student’s participation in team meetings, networking, attending educational webinars and a leadership seminar. 

Inductees are:

Connie L.  Powis

Black River
Aspyn D. Tripp

Kyle M. Maine

Cape Vincent
Lauren P. Rupp

Aaron M. Brodt
Kennedy Lawler
Breanna K. O'Connor
Nevaeh A. Pearson-Lemuel

Aniyah E. Henderson

Madison E. Wahl

Michael O. Adeniran

Sandra A. Jones

Fort Drum
Angelina A. Adwoa Edusah
Christopher A. Arroyo Reyes
Jasmine E. Combs
Kalina A. Edwards
Clayton M. Libberton

RaeChelle E. Davis
Kristin B. Lamanteer

Descendre E. Sforza
Katrina A. Western

Sackets Harbor
Hanna M. Kenney

Robert D. Mangas

Lizangeris Cintron
Madison Curry
Alyssa M. Heath
Shaun T. Johnston
Kitana G. Kahue-Hoo
McKenna E. Kelly
Brianna G. Laube
Brennan P. Lynch
Katherine Monteith
Courtney E. Pfendler
Cailey G. Roberts
Paige M. Schultz
Landon W. Shedrick
Kenneth B. Torres
Jacob A. Vecchio
Shante M. Westfield
Darcy Wilder


El Paso, TX
Nicholas J. Palombo



Story by:

Pamela Dixon

Additional Information:

Public Relations Department, Jefferson Community College, (315) 786-2392, Email Public Relations

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