Men’s Leadership Retreat Team Profile: Ed Cabellon

by Cindy Kane, Director of Student Involvement and Leadership

This post is the first in a series of a few where we share information from those facilitators who will be leading the Men’s Leadership Retreat.

For more information about the retreat, please visit our office or check out information on the Involvement Network here:

Q1:    Why do you think this event is important to BSU?
“To give male leaders on campus an opportunity to develop and grow their skills and to create a network of support for each other.”

Q2:     What motivated you to sign up to be a retreat leader?
“To help our male students find their voice, raise their confidence levels, and be a visible support person in their BSU lives.”

Q3:     Why do you think students should sign up for this?
“To challenge themselves to become better men and better leaders. They may think they know their strengths and how to apply them post-graduation, but this experience will really test them.”

Q4:     What is one little known fact about you that we should know?
“Even though I’m ‘vertically challenged’, I love to play basketball.  When people play with or against me for the first time, they underestimate what I can do.  Its always fun to see the looks on their faces when their initial assumptions are transformed by my actions on the court.”

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About cindykane

Director of @BSUInvolved and interested in leadership and professional development strategies. Mom, student affairs doc student, looking to make an impact!

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