The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, and Public Service at NC State is excited to announce the appointment of Brian Mathis as Associate Director.
Brian joins the CSLEPS team after earning a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from NC State and a master’s of College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University.
While at Bowling Green, he served as the Student Leadership Coordinator for Residence Life, designing and teaching leadership training and academic courses. He was also the Education Programs Coordinator for the Global Village living learning community in the College of Arts & Sciences.
He then moved to Washington DC to serve as a Community Director for Georgetown University and a facilitator of inter-group dialogue. Brian also created the “Explore DC” living learning community, partnering with federal agencies and community non-profits; and the Entrepreneurship living learning community with the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown.
Brian has also served as the Assistant Director for Student Leadership at the University of California, Santa Barbara where he advised several student leadership councils, created the Diversity Leadership Certificate program, and served as a restorative justice facilitator in the Office of Judicial Affairs.
Most recently, Brian returned to NC State, working in Student Involvement, providing support to the Union Activities Board and Student Government.
“We’re excited to welcome Brian to the team,” said Melissa Green, Director. “Our students and our team will benefit from his experience and passion for the work and mission of CSLEPS.”Share this post