United States | In action since 1947
Past WC appearances
Kai Togami. Sam Walton Fellow; Cecilee Russell, co-advisor
Our proudest moment of the past year:
Students were empowered more than ever this year to shape the culture of the organization and take it to the next level. It was incredible to see them step up to the challenge and as a result win the national championship.
Biggest challenge from the past year:
A shift in our leadership … During a time of ambiguity and transition, students stepped up and supported each other and the organization.
Team described in one word:
As a freshman, Myriah sought to join a business club in hopes of gaining experience that would boost her future career. Then she discovered Enactus — and how much more it offered in terms of business, social and personal opportunities. “I have come to love the organization and my team,” says Myriah, who plans to graduate in May 2018 with a degree in marketing and graphic design. An Enactus team member for three years, she serves as its vice president of membership. “[At Enactus World Cup,] I hope to gain a broader yet more personal perspective of how business can improve livelihoods all across the world.”
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Involved with Enactus for two years, Cooper says serving as team president enables him to provide more administrative structure for a group with an already impressive track record in projects and competition. “Having the opportunity to document what it is that we do well and make it replicable for future JBU students and even other Enactus teams” is his greatest accomplishment with the team. “…working with volunteers is always difficult, and working with the proper tools to help student see the vision and possibilities surrounding Enactus is key.” Cooper joined Enactus JBU after meeting and talking with other team members at student orientation. He plans to graduate in May 2019 with a degree in business management.
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