Certified Facilitators

Jamaal Barnes

The Association of C5 Youth Programs
Association Consultant
Boston, MA

Muhammad Bin Abdul Halim

Agape Group Holdings
+65 9174 9157
Operations Manager

Juliana Binte Mohamed Ayob

Innova Primary School
Student Leadership Coordinator

Katie Burke

Florida Atlantic University
561.297.3798
Coordinator of Leadership Education & Development
777 Glades Road UN 220
Boca Raton, Florida 33431

Dr. Jason Carthen

Jason Carthen Enterprises, LLC
330.425.2594
Founder/President
8870 Darrow Rd.
Suite F106-210
Twinsburg, OH 44087
Twitter: @jasoncarthen

Angie Chaplin

Angie Chaplin Leadership Partners, LLC
319.352.2377

100 E. Bremer Avenue
Waverly, Iowa 50677
Twitter @angiechaplin
Facebook http://www.facebook.com/LeadershipPartners

 

Edwin Cheong Wai Tung

Hougang Secondary School
Head of Department

Melvin Chia

LifeSkills Enrichment Pte Ltd
+65 63461455
Programme Manager
Singapore

Jacob Chin Jia Wei

Agape Group Holdings
+65 9380 1934
Academy Manager

Jael Chng

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Mason Chock

Kupu A'e
808.651.7013
President,
Kupu A'e
Leadership Development Consultant
121 Lihau St.
Kapa'a, HI 96746

Adrienne Craig

Widener University
1-610-499-4411
Assistant Dean for Student Life
Chester, PA

Peter Dumortier

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Director, Leadership

Leah Flynn

MIT
617.253.4158
Assistant Dean for Student Leadership and Engagement Programs
Student Activities Office
77 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
Twitter: irishdoctor6

Dr. Tom W. H. Fong

The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Director of Student Affairs

Chris George

Harper College
847.925.6242
Coordinator of Student Activities
1200 W. Algonquin Rd.
Palatine, IL 60067

Kenneth Heng

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE 
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg
Corey Hill

Corey Hill

Kappa Sigma Fraternity
434.295.3193 ext. 113
Director of Education Services
1610 Scottsville Rd.  
Charlottesville, VA 22902-7108

Judy Ho

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Deputy Principal
Elizabeth Housholder

Elizabeth A. Housholder

Widener University
610.499.4596
Assistant Dean for Civic Engagement
One University Place, Chester PA 19013
Dr. Annie Jones

Dr. Annie Jones

University of Tennessee-Martin
731.881.7282
Director of Minority Affairs
211 University Center
Martin, Tennessee 38238
Cheryl Kalberer

Cheryl Kalberer

University of Mary
701.355.8099
Director, Emerging Leaders Academy
7500 University Drive
Bismarck, ND 58501

Shawn Khoong

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Tok Kiat Siong

Innova Primary School
Head of Department, Pupil Well-Being

Denise Knight

University of West Alabama
205.652.3801
Assistant Professor-Instructional Leadership
Station 33
Livingston, AL 35470

Sean Kong

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Amy Kruppenbacher

The College at Brockport, State University of New York
585.395.5198
Student Organization Coordinator

George Lam

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Student Council Teacher Advisor

Dr. Theseus Leung

City University of Hong Kong
Senior Counsellor, Student Development Services

Loretta Mee Kuen Leung

The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Student Affairs Officer

Ho Lian Ya

Temasek Junior College
Teacher
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lianya

Paul Lim

Raffles Institution
Head, Leadership Development
Singapore

Delane Lim Zi Xuan

Agape Group Holdings
+65 9424 3045
Chief Executive Officer

Timothy Low

Quartz Initiative
Co-Founder/Social Exponent

Faith Luo Jinghui

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Ahmad Lutfi

Agape Group Holdings
+65 9112 2472
Deputy CEO
Deb Mann

Deb Mann

Cornell University
607.255.7023
BOLD Program Manager - Leadership
Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management

Lawrence P. Mannolini III

Lycoming College
570.321.4118
Director of Student Programs and Leadership Development
700 College Place
Williamsport, PA 17701

Gina McClure

University of Tennessee at Martin
731.881.7745
Director of Campus Recreation
95 Mt. Pelia Road
Martin, TN 38238
Jodi Middleton

Jodi Middleton

Georgia Southern University
912.478.1435
Assistant Director, Student Leadership and Civic Engagement
Statesboro, GA 30458

Brandon Mikulski

The University of Akron
330.972.5492
Assistant Director for Living-Learning Communities
Department of Residence Life & Housing
Jan Miller

Jan Miller

University of West Alabama
205.652.3445
Chair, Instructional Leadership & Support
Julia S. Tutwiler College of Education
Bibb Graves - Room 223 - Station #33
Livingston, AL 35470

Chen Minsi

Agape Group Holdings
+65 9750 6598
Special Projects and Events Manager

Sunny Ng Chan Fei

Irene Ng Wai-ming

The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Assistant Director, Office of Student Affairs

Jim Nieman

PeakShore Concepts, LLC
919.410.PEAK - Durham, NC
Co-Founder

Pearl Pang

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700

2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

 

Kimberly A. Piatt

The College at Brockport
585.395.2987
Coordinator of Leadership Development

Ernest Poh

National Community Leadership Institute, People’s Association
+65 -6672-5219
Assistant Dean, Youth Leadership Programmes

Chung Po-Yi

City University of Hong Kong
Senior Counsellor, Student Development Services

Diana Jean (D.J.) Reyes

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Menon Sathyanathan

Middle East Learning Resources Co., LLC
+00971 4 3354482
Managing Director
P.O. Box 2036,
Dubai, UAE
Office Suite: 106,
Al Moosa Business Centre

Eric Simmons

University of Tennessee at Martin
731.881.7793
Assistant Director of Campus Recreation
Student Recreation Center
95 Mount Pelia Road
Martin, TN 38238

Norsheha Abdul Sukor

Sahar Swaid-Kaddoura

Edmonton Islamic Academy
780.454.4573
Leadership Coordinator
14525 - 127street
Edmonton, Alberta
T6V 0B3
Canada

Ian Tan

LifeSkills Enrichment Pte Ltd
+65 63461455
Principal Consultant
Singapore

Martin Tan

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Ivy Tse Wing Man

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE 
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Aysen Ulupinar-Butzer

The University of Akron
440.241.6739
Coordinator of Co-Curricular Programs and Activities
The Department of Residence Life and Housing

Darlene Uy

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Rufina Wong

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
+852-2358-6148
Instructor, Co-curricular Programs
Student Affairs Office             

Kenny Wong

Vanessa Yap

Halogen Foundation Singapore
+65 6509 6700
2 Orchard Link #05-07B *SCAPE 
Singapore 237978
Facebook: www.fb.com/halogensg
Twitter: @halogensg

Serena Yim Tsz Shan

The Hong Kong Institute of Education

Tim Young Eagle

Lutheran High School Association of Greater Milwaukee
414.421.9100 Ext. 219
5201 S 76th Street
Greendale, WI 53129
Facebook: www.facebook.com/timyoungeagle
Twitter: @timyoungeagle

Koo-Chia Zhi Min

Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Deputy Director, Leadership

What they are saying...

"Why wait to learn leadership in the workplace? Students can learn how to lead by using Kouzes and Posner's five proven leadership practices. [This] is the perfect guide for...[those] seeking to develop themselves for leadership."
– Howard T. Prince II
University of Texas, Austin

What they are saying...

"I've been teaching leadership classes for twenty years, and The Five Practices are, hands down, the best tool for helping students see both their inherent strengths as leaders as well as to further develop their skills."
– Britt Andreatta
University of California, Santa Barbara

What they are saying...

"[The Student Leadership Challenge] (book) is a gift to university educators who teach leadership courses or develop trainings. workshops, and retreats."
– Laura Osteen
Florida State University

What they are saying...

Corey Hill "The greatest part about being in the virtual community was being able to hear the instructors, talk about the material we were discussing, as well as having our own discussion as a class with our other classmates over chat. You got a lot of interaction with the material, a lot of takes and nuances on what other people were taking away from the material that I don’t think you would get in a traditional classroom setting."
– Corey Hill
Oklahoma State University

What they are saying...

"The Student Leadership Practices Inventory is the best tool I have used to help students assess their leadership effectiveness because it translates the concept of leadership into actions and relationships. By defining and measuring specific leadership behaviors, the Student LPI allows students to see how they are doing as leaders and to determine how they can improve."
– Cathy Early
National Interfraternity Conference

What they are saying...

"The student examples inspire the reader and show us that running into bumps along the way is not only normal, but that you can approach the challenges with confidence and practical solutions."
– Amanda Crowell Itliong
Stanford University

What they are saying...

"The authors set out to teach college student leaders to understand what it takes to be an effective leader, to inspire them to find their own unique skills and abilities, and to explore and discover where their leadership will make the most difference in the lives of others and in the success of their organization.  I believe they have succeeded."
– William L. Kibler
Mississippi State University
NASPA Journal, 2009, Vol. 46, no. 4

What they are saying...

"The experience of the Certified Leadership Training left me feeling more confident and equipped to provide better leadership training to my student leaders."
– Erica Lara
Nyack College, NY

What they are saying...

"The 5 practices are a must!  Demonstrating and understanding the [concept that] 'leadership is an art' that must be taught to our students was incorporated throughout the training."
– Jerry Alva
Texas A&M International University

What they are saying...

"This is a great opportunity for any person looking to develop a program that involves The Student Leadership Challenge."
– Miguel Trevino
Texas A&M International University

What they are saying...

"I am more equipped to develop a leadership program that will have a positive impact on the students at my institution."
– Andrew Moyer
Delaware Valley College, PA

What they are saying...

"Employers are looking for students who have content knowledge and practical experience working in teams and leading others. The Student Leadership Challenge is an excellent example of the behaviors needed to accomplish extraordinary tasks that can get you noticed by a potential employer."
– Kevin Bailey, vice president for student affairs
University of West Florida

What they are saying...

"Beth and Gary were phenomenal—dynamic and experienced presenters, facilitators, and leaders! They set the tone for the success we had during our time together. Great resources to have in my professional network and call upon for advice and guidance in the future."
– Certified Facilitator Training participant

What they are saying...

"Beth and Gary are so personable that I was totally comfortable asking anything. For a program with such vigor, these two facilitators do an amazing job of creating a safe, fun, and functional learning environment."
– Certified Facilitator Training participant

What they are saying...

"The Student Leadership Challenge is a gift to university educators who teach leadership courses or develop trainings, workshops, and retreats."
– Laura Osteen
Florida State University

What they are saying...

"Developing transformative learning environments for leadership education begins when we embrace the use of emerging technologies and social media to enhance student learning."
– Todd Foley, assistant director for the Student Involvement Center
Saint Louis University

What they are saying...

"Leadership is a journey of personal and organizational discovery… understanding that the best way to learn is to teach, we decided to take on the challenge of having our students teach others.
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– Vince Bellafiore
Marmion Academy

What they are saying...

"We know that The Student Leadership Challenge is making a difference. Through continuous coaching and intervention, with the use of the Student LPI, we are helping to keep our young people engaged in the pursuit of exemplary leadership.
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– Melvin Chia
Lifeskills Enrichment, Singapore

What they are saying...

"The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership are everywhere. And as important as it is to exhibit those qualities yourself as a leader, it is just as critical to see them in others, and to be driven and inspired by other people’s leadership.
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– Nina Vasan and Jennifer Przybylo
authors of Do Good Well

What they are saying...

"Consider the college campus as a leadership laboratory—a place where students have multiple opportunities to practice their leadership skills and explore and develop their leadership identity.
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– Marcy Levy Shankman
Cleveland Leadership Center

What they are saying...

"I am so passionate about leadership and making a difference and I truly, honestly, wholeheartedly believe in The Student Leadership Challenge model. It is complete, yet simple enough, for all to understand. SO very excited to share this model with others, both on-campus and in the community.
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– Suzanne Von Behren, RN, BSN, University Wellness Services
Northwest Missouri State

What they are saying...

"I feel that a program like this could really work in helping to eventually change our culture within our schools, homes, and businesses. Although I am not a supervisor, I plan to implement the model fully in our office and look forward to sharing it with coworkers. I love The Student Leadership Challenge model and am so excited!
"
– Suzanne Von Behren, RN, BSN, University Wellness Services
Northwest Missouri State

What they are saying...

"The Student Leadership Challenge is one of the most robust teaching and learning opportunities we have as educators. The Five Practices are identifiable and learnable skills allowing an individual to improve by receiving feedback and observation and by setting goals.
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– Jason R. Pierce, director of education
Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity

What they are saying...

"And so again [leadership development] becomes foundational, it becomes a foundational understanding of living your values, of challenging the process to make things better, enabling others to act. It’s not just delegating, it’s about giving people the passion and the power to it themselves.
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– Matt Baker, Vice President of Student Affairs
Northwest Missouri State University

What they are saying...

"Within the academy, we are constantly seeking additional tools to assist us in teaching the valuable lesson of leadership development for students. The Student Leadership Challenge is an excellent resource to assist in the important goal of helping students to become better leaders and, ultimately, stellar citizens in the communities of the world.
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– Victor K Wilson, vice president for student affairs
The University of Geogia

What they are saying...

"Student leadership challenges are quite similar to adult challenges, and yet they differ as wel­­l– in scale and in the power of peer perspective. Kouzes and Posner have constructed a wide and sturdy bridge across these worlds. My college students will find relevant lessons and great inspiration in the diverse and compelling stories that are retold. We’d have a lot less adult leadership problems if more teachers and students used this great book.
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– Dan Mulhern, Distinguished Practitioner of Law and Business
University of California, Berkeley, and author Everyday Leadership: Getting Results in Business, Politics and Life

What they are saying...

"Kouzes and Posner provide a comprehensive, research-based, and values-driven resource that is packed with real-life examples. This book makes leadership highly accessible to college students and is sure to empower the next generation to tap into their potential as leaders and social change agents.
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– Jennifer R. Keup, director
National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition

What they are saying...

"The Five Practices has provided a framework for students to reflect on their leadership experience and restructure their philosophy and theories relating to leadership as they challenge themselves through these five practices.
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– Amy Kuo, Somchanhmavong, associate director
Service-Learning, Public Service Center, Cornell University

What they are saying...

"As a Student Leadership Challenge Certified Facilitator I am excited about using these books to further aid me in developing curriculum and giving our students a tool to acknowledge and reflect on the concepts as they pertain to their own capacity to lead effectively."
– Deborah Mann, Student Leadership Challenge Certified Facilitator
BOLD Leadership Program, Cornell University

What they are saying...

"In our public service leadership programs and courses we will be able to easily use the many relevant and engaging activities and reflection exercises provided in this workbook. It will enable our students to better engage with and benefit from The Student Leadership Challenge, and will also help foster their personal leadership development journeys."
– Jon McConnell, associate director,
Haas Center for Public Service, Stanford University

What they are saying...

"Every young person dreams of doing something extraordinary. The Student Leadership Challenge provides everything this generation needs to turn a dream into reality."
– Brian C. Warren Jr., executive director
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

What they are saying...

"A book of genuinely effective activities for enagaging students at all levels, turning the novice facilitator into a pro. It includes easy-to-use concepts that readily apply to life as a leader, and is a real difference maker that fosters success!"
– Randy D. Grimes, human resources director
Duke University

What they are saying...

"A fantastic resource for leadership educators looking to further develop students’ understanding of The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership in a tangible, hands-on way! It offers engaging activities that are sure to make an impact on your student leaders. This activity book is a great supplement to The Student Leadership Challenge, bringing the original concepts off the page and into the real world.
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– Kimberly Piatt, coordinator of leadership development
The College at Brockport.

What they are saying...

"An excellent one-stop resource for activities to engage student of different learning styles. Students will find the experiential nature of the activities easy to comprehend and most importantly be able to see the relevance and application of The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership."
– Melvin Chia, principal consultant
Lifeskills Enrichment

What they are saying...

"From what, to so what, and now what, this guide helps take educators on a journey of not only understanding The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership but also specifically on how to apply, practice, and teach the nuances of these exemplary leadership ways of being."
– Laura Osteen, professor of higher education, Florida State University
and director, Florida State’s Center for Leadership and Civic Education

What they are saying...

"The Facilitation and Activity Guide would have helped me not only to develop a better leadership program but to be a better leader myself. For those administering The Five Practices, this guide ‘Models the way’ and will be one of your best coaches.

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– Sam Eriksmoen, former director, Emerging Leaders Program
University of North Dakota

What they are saying...

"Educators working at all levels will benefit from [The Facilitation and Activity Guide]. It is practical, applicable to diverse sectors, and works."
– Katie Burke, assistant director, L.E.A.D, (Leadership Education & Development)
Florida Atlantic University

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