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STLCC Students to Receive Leadership Awards from MCCA

October 28, 2014

MCCA Student Leader Award winners  
STLCC students Brian Cardona, Xavier Souter, Elizabeth Womack and Jason Wingerter will receive Student Leadership Awards from the Missouri Community College Association in November. Pictured at a recent STLCC Board of Trustees meeting are, from left, Craig Larson, board chair; Ruby Curry, acting president at STLCC-Florissant Valley; Cardona, Souter and Wingerter; Pam McIntyre, STLCC-Meramec president; and Interim Chancellor Dennis Michaelis. Womack was unable to attend the meeting.

Four students from St. Louis Community College will receive special recognition at the Missouri Community College Association annual convention Nov. 5-7 in Branson, Mo.

The MCCA 2014 Student Leadership Awards will be presented to Xavier Souter of STLCC-Florissant Valley, Elizabeth Womack of STLCC-Forest Park, Brian Cardona of the Meramec campus, and Jacob Wingerter of the Wildwood campus.

Elizabeth Womack  
Elizabeth Womack

The awards are presented to one outstanding community college student from each of Missouri’s 20 community college campuses. Recipients have demonstrated excellence in leadership activities.

Souter is president of the Student Government Association and a youth mentor with the Ferguson Youth Initiative.

Womack is president of the Xi Epsilon chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society, and a member of the Chancellor’s Search Committee.

Cardona is an officer with the TRIO program and active with the Student Government Association and three other clubs.

Wingerter is a Student Ambassador and president of the Disc Golf/Frisbee Club.

The Missouri Community College Association is a statewide organization through which Missouri’s community colleges work together to advance common agendas. MCCA provides advocacy, education, information and networking opportunities in service of the state’s 5,700 community college faculty, staff, administrators and trustees.