Why I Want To Become A Leader's Leadership?

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Leaders possess integrity. An ability to be transparent, honest, and reliable are key to a leader’s success. A leader must be competent, decisive and accountable. He or she must be able to make and stand behind their decisions regardless of the result. I believe leaders are only as great as the team they lead. A great leader is experienced and secure in who they are and are visionaries. Leaders effectively communicate and guide passionate individuals with various abilities and personalities by proliferating their teams and inspiring them to be their best. Great leaders are not afraid to mentor their successors. In fact they pride themselves with knowing their organization will run smoothly whether they are present or not. Leaders pour their …show more content…
Many would say, I did a number of things backwards when it comes to life’s decisions. I was a teen mother before marrying my children’s father; I married in high school before graduating; and I was a laborer in the work force for several years before going to college and beginning a career, to name a few. Becoming a Doctor of Education will be a milestone many, who know the intimate details of my life, would have never thought possible. This opportunity is not so much about showing the world your past does not dictate your future, but more so about substantiating this truth to me. Earning my doctorate has been my personal goal since my first year of college and I will be the first in my family to accomplish such a feat. Being a mother of two, a daughter who is in her first year of college and a son who is a junior in high school, financially I thought my dream would have to be put on hold until both graduated college and began careers of their own. This scholarship opportunity is an answer to …show more content…
With the support of my husband, I am an experienced public speaker and I successfully directed a marriage ministry, an adjutant team, and worship team within my local church. My career has awarded me opportunities to lead, including serving as department head, grade-level chair, leadership team member, new teacher mentor and after school program administrator. Additionally, I have served on several district-wide committees including Professional Learning, Technology and Unit Writing. Each year, I facilitate professional learning courses for my district and school, and I am called upon to assist with disaggregating data. In 2011, I was selected to represent Broxton-Mary Hayes Elementary as its teacher of the year, and in 2013, I was inducted into Delta Kappa Gamma – Alpha Zeta Chapter, an honor society for educational leaders. I was also selected by my district to train with the Georgia Leader Institute for School Improvement (GLISI). Our county recently opened a Boys and Girls Club and I served as Lead Teacher/ Administrator and Grant Writer for the organization. I have more recently stepped into the role of Resource Developer by assisting with Fundraising and Partnerships in addition to grant writing for the

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