Local gets leadership honor from Lafene

By The Mercury

Jordan Edmunds, junior in dietetic at KSU, Manhattan, received a 2013 Outstanding Student Leadership award from KSU’s Lafene Health Center for her volunteer service and leadership while participating in student organizations sponsored by Lafene.

Edmunds is pursuing a degree in dietetics with a minor in Chinese. She received the award for her outstanding leadership role in the Student Health Advisory Committee, or SHAC.

Edmunds has served as vice president of the committee for the past year and has been an active member for two years.

“Jordan is very dedicated to the organization and to Lafene Health Center,” said Julie Gibbs, the group’s adviser. “She has played a dynamic role as the liaison between the student body and the health center by volunteering to help with events throughout the year and participating in group meetings and fundraisers. I wish we could clone Jordan.”

Edmunds will continue to serve as the group’s vice president.

She plans to graduate in May 2015 and has the goal of working as a registered dietitian.

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