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CMN Senior Sally Hill Is Selected Student of the Year

 

Sally Hill

CMN senior Sally Hill has been named the College’s American Indian College Fund Student of the Year. She is being recognized for her involvement in Student Government, extensive volunteer work, and impressive academic records. Hill says it is an honor to represent her college as Student of the Year and she is thankful to the American Indian College Fund.

 

Hill was nominated by President Verna Fowler, who wrote, “Sally is a born leader - all we did was enhance her skills to the next level. She is committed, confident, and courageous in moving projects forward and totally dedicated to improving lives of American Indian people.”

 

Hill holds an Associate Degree in Sustainable Development and expects to graduate in fall 2016 with a B.S. in Business Administration. She has been elected to three consecutive terms as President of the Student Government at CMN and was chosen for the AICF Women’s Leadership Fellowship project in 2014.

 

Hill says she plans to continue for a graduate degree, work within tribal government, and own her own business in the future. Hill says she hopes to extend her knowledge “to the younger generations within the Native American communities in local areas.” She says she would like to return to her tribe, the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, located in Lawton, “to share my knowledge of sustainable development and business administration, to set up programs and activities that will better the future for my tribal people.”