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1110 Adele H. Stamp Student Union
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742


301-405-9044
lcslassistant@umd.edu

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Kayla Vogel

Kayla Vogel is the Coordinator for the Maryland LEAD Program. She supports co-curricular leadership programs like the Terrapin Leadership Institute and the Maryland Leadership Conference. She is originally from Texas and received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Baylor University and a Master of Education in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Texas State University. As a graduate student she worked with the student programming board, leadership education, and gender and sexuality issues within higher education. In her free time, Kayla enjoys exploring new places, trying new food, and spending time with friends and family. You can reach Kayla at 301-314-5323 or kvogel1@umd.edu

 

 

Courtney Holder 

Courtney Holder is the Coordinator for Immersion Experiences (also known as Alternative Breaks), and an acting coordinator with the Maryland LEAD Program. She works with trip leaders, interns, staff advisors and campus partners to create substance-free, community service-learning trips during the university's winter, spring, and summer breaks. Courtney earned her undergraduate degree in communications and her masters degree in College Student Personnel from the University of Tennessee. Courtney has a long-standing passion for Alternative Breaks after attending and leading several AB trips as an undergraduate student, a graduate advisor and program volunteer. At the University of Tennessee, Courtney also spent two years working with Student Orientation and Leadership Development programs by instructing leadership and service learning based courses, overseeing a freshman student leadership camp, advising a leadership learning community and coordinating the annual campus-based LeaderShape Institute. Courtney enjoys fostering student development and learning through meaningful dialogue and transformative experiences in leadership and service. You can reach Courtney  at 301-314-2895 or cholder@umd.edu

Courtney Holder

 

Kenya Graham

Kenya Graham is a Graduate Coordinator for the Maryland LEAD Program. She provides support to Turtle Camp and the 5-week Terrapin Leadership Institute. She received a B.A. in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers University. Prior to coming to the University of Maryland, Kenya completed two terms of AmeriCorps VISTA. She is currently a master’s student in the Higher Education program. You can reach Kenya at 301-405-8627 or at kenyag@umd.edu

 

Quincy Kissack

Quincy Kissack is one of the Graduate Coordinators for the Maryland Leadership, Education, and Development Program (M-LEAD). She supports student facilitators, program leads, and interns in coordinating M-LEAD's day-long and weekend conference experiences. She is a first year graduate student in the Higher Education, Student Affairs, and International Education Policy program with a concentration in Student Affairs. Quincy earned her undergraduate degree in Communication & Media Studies, with minors in Spanish and Leadership Studies, from St. Norbert College in Green Bay, Wisconsin. In addition to leadership, she is interested in alternative breaks and service-learning. You can reach Quincy at 301-314-7169 or at qkissack@umd.edu.

 


Kenya Graham is a Graduate Coordinator for the Maryland LEAD Program. She provides support to Turtle Camp and the 5-week Terrapin Leadership Institute. She received a B.A. in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers University. Prior to coming to the University of Maryland, Kenya completed two terms of AmeriCorps VISTA. She is currently a master’s student in the Higher Education program. You can reach Kenya at 301-405-8627 or at kenyag@umd.edu
Kenya Graham is a Graduate Coordinator for the Maryland LEAD Program. She provides support to Turtle Camp and the 5-week Terrapin Leadership Institute. She received a B.A. in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers University. Prior to coming to the University of Maryland, Kenya completed two terms of AmeriCorps VISTA. She is currently a master’s student in the Higher Education program. You can reach Kenya at 301-405-8627 or at kenyag@umd.edu
Kenya Graham is a Graduate Coordinator for the Maryland LEAD Program. She provides support to Turtle Camp and the 5-week Terrapin Leadership Institute. She received a B.A. in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers University. Prior to coming to the University of Maryland, Kenya completed two terms of AmeriCorps VISTA. She is currently a master’s student in the Higher Education program. You can reach Kenya at 301-405-8627 or at kenyag@umd.edu
Kenya Graham is a Graduate Coordinator for the Maryland LEAD Program. She provides support to Turtle Camp and the 5-week Terrapin Leadership Institute. She received a B.A. in Planning and Public Policy from Rutgers University. Prior to coming to the University of Maryland, Kenya completed two terms of AmeriCorps VISTA. She is currently a master’s student in the Higher Education program. You can reach Kenya at 301-405-8627 or at kenyag@umd.edu