The Student Record: Sydney, Masters in Educational Leadership

Name: Sydney B. Donaldson School/University: Northern Arizona University City/Location: Flagstaff, AZ (however, it’s an online program. I’m located in Tucson, AZ) Major/Field of Study: Master of Education, Educational Leadership Marital status/children?: Married for 8 years, with one child (a two-year-old) What led you to the program that you are currently pursuing or have completed? Why […]

YW Activity Plan: Leadership & Project Management

Prepared by Laura Durham PURPOSE: Being a leader is something we all have within us. Whether it is taking the lead role in a group assignment for school, managing a project at work, church, or even at home, management skills are essential to a job well done. Those who can lead can make a difference […]

The Student Record: Laura, Masters of Leadership

Name: Laura Radtke School/University:  University of Guelph City/Location:  Guelph, Ontario, Canada Major/Field of Study: Master of Leadership, College of Management and Economics Marital status/children?:  Married with two children What led you to the program that you are currently pursuing or have completed? Why did you select this major or field of study? Please tell us about […]

Answering The Call of Being Born to Lead

by Alisha Stamper I have known from a young age, and had it reaffirmed to me, that being an advocate for change, a leader, in any place where I have influence, is something I am supposed to do in my life. When I heard that Sheri Dew would be presenting on the idea of being […]

Podcast #5: Recently Returned Sister Missionaries

Newly called sister missionaries gather on Temple Square in December 2012. With the recent change in missionary age requirements, more women than ever are choosing to serve LDS missions. In this episode, Drew talks with recently returned missionaries Kate Clayson and Annie Williams about sleep deprivation, the age change, and having too much free time. […]

God Wants Me to Be Smart

Image credit: garryknight by Holly I am not a righteous mother in Zion. Don’t get me wrong—I’m righteous enough, and I suppose I’m in “spiritual Zion,” but I’m no mother. I’ve always wanted the ideal—a loving husband, a white picket fence, and a whole pack of Primary-attending kids. It was a devastating blow to be […]

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