Leadership Camp Staff 2020

Alexx Delzer – Coordinator

Alexx Delzer is a super senior from Aberdeen, South Dakota. She is pursuing a degree in secondary education with majors in English and school health. Added to her degree, she is also working on a creative writing certificate with a focus in poetry. On campus, Alexx is the president of PERIOD: The Menstrual Movement and involved with the National Council of Teachers of English. In high school, Alexx attended Camp twice! This is Alexx's fourth year on campus involved with Leadership Camp, and she can't wait to see the passion and excitement brought into Camp this year! 

Natalie Rollinger – Coordinator

Natalie Rollinger is a senior from Farmington Hills, Michigan. She is pursuing a major in Computer Science and a minor in Psychology. Natalie is on the executive board for the Women in Technology organization and has also been involved in Leadership Safari and Society of Collegiate Scholars. This is her third year being involved with Leadership Camp and says that her favorite part about Leadership Camp is the close relationships that she built and the individual leadership growth she has made in such a short amount of time. 

Brendan Zeien - Facilitator

Brendan Zeien is a Sophomore from right here in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. He is majoring in Clinical Exercise Science and minoring in Business Administration. Brendan is a Multicultural Advancement Scholar and a youth football and basketball coach! Brendan is a first year facilitator and is excited to watch the campers grow a stronger sense of their identity and how they can positively impact their community.

Chin Lee - Facilitator

Chin Lee is a Junior from Saginaw, Michigan. She is pursuing her degree in Psychology and Family Studies. Chin is the secretary of the Asian Cultural Organization and the store manager of First Impressions, involved with America Counts and Reads, is a MAC and Honors Scholar, a Psychology Ambassador on campus, and a few times during the week works with local Elementary students on their math skills. This is Chin's first year as a facilitator on staff and is excited to help campers flourish as future leaders on behalf of society and to cultivate a sense of belonging and community for them here as CMU!

Faith Ford - Facilitator

Faith Ford is a Sophomore from The Village of Clinton, Michigan. Faith if pursuing a Mechanical Engineering major with a Leadership minor. She is involved on campus as a Resident Assistant, a part of the Society of Women Engineers, a FEW Desk Receptionist, and the Leadership Institute Conferences. Faith is a first year facilitator and one thing she is looking forward to is growing with campers and forming strong relationships with her fellow facilitators!

Jose Embil – Facilitator

Jose Embil is a sophomore from Three Rivers, Michigan. They are majoring in both Geography: focusing on Land Use Planning as well as Cultural and Global Studies, with a minor in Fashion Design. On campus, Jose is a member of Sexual Aggression Peer Advocates, or SAPA and Empowered Latinos Union. Jose attended camp their senior year of high school, and this is their second year as a facilitator. They are most excited about developing relationships with people driven by social change as well as assisting in camper's self-discovery of the Social Change Model of Leadership!

Kashmir Preston – Facilitator

Kashmir Preston is a senior from Detroit, Michigan. She is pursuing a Broadcasting and Cinematic Arts major with a minor in Journalism. Kashmir is a cast and crew member of a student run MHTV series, 7 Deadly. She also works at the University Center desk, is a general member of PERIOD, a MAC scholar, and has been an OBU fashion show model for three years. This is Kashmir's second year involved with Leadership Camp and her favorite part is Mock Rock, which she says is a time when everyone genuinely gets comfortable with each other and can relax and have fun.

Leia Mansker - Facilitator

Leia Mansker is a Sophomore from Chicago, Illinois. Majoring in Broadcasting and Cinematic Arts and minoring in Sports Management, Leia's dream is to be a sports broadcaster! On campus, she is a Multicultural Advancement Scholar involved in Women's Club Basketball, Sports Management Association, the National Association of Black Journalists, an IMPACT Mentor, Sophisticated Women of Color, and an Office Assistant at the Towers Success Center. Leia is a first year facilitator and is looking forward to growing as an individual and developing her leadership skills by helping others and teaching them how to develop themselves and their leadership skills. Leia attended camp as a senior in high school and is excited to provide an experience like she received for future campers!

Leticia Roman - Facilitator

Leticia Roman is a Sophomore from Holland, Michigan. Leticia is a Public Health Administration major with minors in Cultural and Global Studies and American Sign Language. She is Noble Founder of Latina-Oriented Sorority on campus, Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority Inc. This is Leticia's first year as a facilitator and she is looking forward to sharing the social change model with the campers, the leaders of today. She is also excited to help students feel acclimated to CMU through a positive and encouraging environment that LCamp did for her when she attended high school.

Madison Morell - Facilitator

Madison Morell is a Sophomore from Livonia, Michigan. She is double majoring in Nonprofit and Public Administration and Political Science with a minor in Leadership as a Leadership Advancement Scholar! On campus, she is involved in Alpha Gamma Delta, a Volunteer Center Coordinator of Events, a Safari Guide, and a Spark and Purpose Facilitator. Off campus, Madison is an intern at The Care Store, a local nonprofit. This is Madison's first year on staff and is looking forward to challenging herself to be better and growing with the wonderful and passionate group of facilitators and campers. 

Natalie Koeller - Facilitator

Natalie Koeller is a Senior from Petoskey, Michigan. She is an Advertising major with a minor in Marketing. On campus, Natalie is a part of the Disney College Program Alumni Association, RoC Community Hall Council, LGBTQ Services, Panelist, and Central Marketing Society. Natalie is a first year facilitator and is looking forward to developing her leadership skills and group dialogue skills as well as making a difference in high school student's lives. In high school, Natalie attended a similar conference to LCamp and sees this facilitator role as a way to pay it forward to those who made such a strong impact on her life as a teen.