Meet Bill Milanick! He is a junior at Ohio Wesleyan University studying neuroscience. [Yes, he is a full blown genius:-)] At his university, Bill is involved in an Ultimate Frisbee team, the Neuroscience Club, the president of his fraternity, and is part of Up ‘til Dawn, an organization that raises money for St. Jude Children’s Research hospital.
“When you are growing up, depending on what you expose yourself to and what you don’t expose yourself to, you can kind of get stuck in adulthood doing the same things you have always done and not taking opportunities to break out and do new things all the time,” Milanick said.
Finding leaders who have the global community’s interest in mind is easier said than done. The global issues exposure Milanick had as a high school student helped him become a leader who sees multiple perspectives, instead of just his own.
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Salah Daghlas allowed Meg to write two blog pieces about him.
Yes, he is that special:-)
This first post is about joining Global Issues Club because his older brother told him so! #SiblingsRock
Daghlas believes that unless people try to learn about the issues going on around the world, no positive changes can be made.
“If people don’t know what’s occurring around the world, then it will impede implementation of change. If something is not on someone’s mind, they’ll dismiss it. And, unfortunately, this has happened to many conflicts including the Syrian crisis,” Daghlas said.
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