Sarah Fayard Named CSLEPS Assistant Director

Sarah Fayard has been named Assistant Director of NC State’s Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, and Public Service. Fayard comes to the Wolfpack from the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, where she served as the Associate Director of Community Engagement and Faculty Affairs, as well as the Academic Administrator for Faculty and Community Engagement. She brings an extensive background in student leadership development, student success, and student activities to the CSLEPS team.

In her new role, Fayard will primarily focus on student leadership development and leadership education. She will provide leadership for the creating of new leadership development offerings, as well as coordination of ongoing initiatives including the Leadership Development Series, the Visionary Leaders Certificate Program, and the Institute (formerly the LeaderShape Institute).

The Center for Student Leadership, Ethics and Public Service provides unique learning opportunities that embody the value of leadership, service, responsible citizenship, and ethics. CSLEPS strives to help students become ethical and effective leaders, activists, volunteers, philanthropists, engaged citizens, researchers, and social innovators.

Learn more about the Center: csleps.dasa.ncsu.edu

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