Former Vice President of Student Government at CSU Channel Islands, Isaiah Ball talks about his experience as a Black leader in various spaces and discusses the impact of modeling what it means to be a Black man, getting comfortable and confident in self-advocacy, and the importance of leading with empathy.
Incoming President at Chico State as well as the first Black female National President of FFA, Bre Holbert, talks about her experience as a Black leader from FFA to A.S. as well as her journey to understand her identity, using transparency and optimism to be a transformative leader, and utilizing agriculture to create restorative spaces for her community.
Incoming External Vice President at CSU Fullerton's Black Student Union, Tatiana Tate talks about her experience as a Black community leader as well as asserting her leadership abilities, fighting Black exploitation on campus, and building solidarity within the community.
Former Vice President of External Affairs at CSU Monterey Bay, Alexandria Adams discusses her experience as a Black Student Leader as well as weighs in on the importance of mental health, her experiences with code-switching, and the power of perspective.
Former CSSA President, Michael Wiafe discusses his experiences leading as a Black man as well as the leadership crash course that is marching band, challenging perceptions of leadership, and creating sustainable, system-breaking change in politics and policy.