We caught up with Whitney Roberson in the PX to chat about her VMI leader journey. Whitney is a history major from Chesapeake, VA. She is the captain of the women’s soccer team, president of the Promaji club, an investigator for the CEA (Cadet Equity Association), and the vice president of SAAC (Student Athletic Advisory Committee).
In this episode, we discussed how her views on leadership have changed since the Rat Line and how VMI has prepared her to lead in diverse settings. She talked about the ‘little moments’ that change you and teach you how to lead.
This podcast is a VMI Center for Leadership and Ethics product, which has three mission sets: cadet and faculty leadership development, co-curricular cadet programming, and strategic outreach. VMI's mandatory course 'LEAD344: Leadership in Organizations' is taught by faculty and staff of the center and a multi-disciplinary group of CLE fellows. The VMI Center for Leadership and Ethics is the proponent of the publication 'The VMI Leader Journey,' after which this podcast is named. You may find this publication linked from the bottom of our departmental homepage: vmi.edu/cle.
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