MAC student Autumn Crawford named Emerging Leader

Every year, calls from a variety of professional organizations come out, seeking up and coming leaders in the profession to serve in roles as “emerging leaders.” The process is competitive, and yields a close mentorship relationship, networking experiences, state and national leadership opportunities, and rich experiences.

MAC student Autumn Crawford has been selected as the 2020-2021 Ohio Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling Emerging Leader. Through this role Autumn will have opportunities to grow as a leader, develop her skills and her network, and represent at numerous area and state events.

Congratulations, Autumn!



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