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Today, your gift to the LeadState program has the opportunity to make an even bigger impact.
Shelly ('95) and Steve ('92) Bayer have generously agreed to give $500 to SDSU's LeadState program if 15 other donors make a gift to the program on August 30 - One Day for STATE.
Jackrabbits love a good challenge - so let's pull together to make a difference!
Once the first challenge is met, let's keep the momentum! Mary ('05) and Cody ('05) Christensen have agreed to provide another challenge to provide $500 if an additional 15 donors make a contribution to the college on August 30.
Let's rally together to make an impact on our campus!
SDSU's LeadState program strives to provide opportunities to foster student leadership development, positioning SDSU as a premier provider of student leadership development opportunities. Your gift to the program will provide funding to allow student participants to:
Challenge donors Shelly Bayer and Mary Christensen have been active leaders in the LeadState program, dedicating energy and passion to coaching students, developing curriculum, presenting workshops, and coordinating program elements.
Shelly joined the program in the fall of 2009 and has been an active member of the facilitation team ever since, currently acting as the LeadState Chair. "LeadState inspires young people to think critically about leadership and realize they have the potential and the responsibility to make an impact on society as leaders. Steve and I give because we believe LeadState alumni are making our world better through their leadership."
In speaking of her passion for the program, Mary said, "The LeadState program is near to my heart. I’ve been a part of the LeadState facilitation team at SDSU since its inception. I’ve witnessed student growth through this intentional leadership development program; it is rewarding to see students gain confidence in their leadership style and natural talents."