Help Vitality Become Your Next Student Council!
$895 raised
36% of $2.5k goal
15 contributors
4 Years running
The Howard University School of Business Student Council has been an
essential part of helping and educating School of Business students for years.
Being a part of student council means having the will and courage to lead your
peers and create ...
The Howard University School of Business Student Council has been an essential part of helping and educating School of Business students for years. Being a part of student council means having the will and courage to lead your peers and create innovative ways to increase student involvement and success. For this reason, we have come together as VITALITY in hopes of bringing vital change to the School of Business.

Jarrod Parks is a Sophomore Information Systems major from Stone Mountain, GA and is running for President for Vitality. Currently, Jarrod serves as the Team Leader Ambassador for the 21st Century Advantage Program, Vice President of Professional Activities for the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi, Iota Rho Chapter, and is a member of the External Relations Committee for the current Executive Student Council of the School of Business. He is very passionate about entrepreneurship because he believes it is one of the keys to financial freedom. In his spare time, he likes to watch football games or go to the movies with friends. In the long run, Jarrod hopes to work for a top-tier technology consulting firm while managing his web development company.

Favorite quote: "Plan your work, work your plan. A man that fails to plan plans to fail" – My Father

Alfred B. Woodward, a Sophomore International Business major from Flint, MI, is running for Vice President for Vitality. Currently, Alfred serves as a representative to the Undergraduate Student Assembly, Springfest '13 Coordinator, Team Leader Ambassador for the 21st Century Advantage Program and is crowned Mr. School of Business 2012-2013. He is very passionate about encouraging the expansion of study abroad in the School of Business. In his spare time, he likes to perform with Howard's own NSAA African Drum and Dance ensemble. In the long run, Alfred hopes to go into International Development by becoming a Foreign Service Officer and eventually a U.S. Ambassador.

Favorite quote: “Change is vital, improvement the logical form of change.”—James Cash Penney, Founder, JC Penney Corporation, Inc.

Afi Kumaka is a Sophomore Accounting major from Woodbridge, VA and is running for Treasurer for Vitality. Currently, Afi serves as the fundraising chair for Connect Student Council, a Management Team Leader for the 21st Century Advantage Program, and is a member of the School of Business Executive Leadership Honors Program. She is very passionate about increasing study abroad opportunities for students in the School of Business. In her spare time, she likes cooking and spending time with her family and friends. In the long run, Afi hopes to become a CPA and work in public accounting for one of the big four accounting firms.

Favorite quote: “The pessimist complains about the wind. The optimist expects it to change. The leader adjusts the sails.” — John Maxwell

Finally, Taylor A. Davis is a Sophomore International Business major from Winston-Salem, NC and serves as Executive Secretary for Vitality. Currently, Taylor serves as a Management Team Leader, the Co-Chair for Public Relations in the International Business Society, and a member of the Academic Excellence committee for Student Council. She is very passionate about heightened study abroad opportunities for School of Business students. In her spare time, she likes to dance, make art, and explore Pinterest. In the long run, Taylor hopes to begin her career in corporate America, open a non-profit for the empowerment of Teen Girls, and teach Financial Literacy to African-American communities.

Favorite quote: “What's meant to be will always find its way."

VITALITY seeks to be vital to our school, the university, our community, and the world. We have been working diligently as a slate to create new ideas and methods to implement vital changes within the School of Business. We have a strong desire to ensure a successful campaign, and for that reason we humbly request your support in helping us raise funds for our campaign,which will go towards posters, handbills, t-shirts, etc. We want to continue to impact the School of Business, and in order to do that we need as much support as possible. We greatly value our sponsors and volunteers that help us in our efforts to serve as the Executive Board for the School of Business Student Council.

Please join us in this effort by supporting our cause and helping us to have a successful campaign. Please remember that as you support our cause you are also making a positive and lasting impact on Howard University’s School of Business as well.
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