Leslie Brown is a native of Steubenville, Ohio. She currently resides in Granite Quarry. After graduating from Steubenville High School in 1987, Leslie attended Kent State University for one year majoring in Psychology. Due to family obligations and other commitments, Leslie decided to begin working in the food and service industry. In 2001, Leslie relocated to North Carolina with an opportunity to manage local restaurants in Salisbury and Concord.
With the desire to continue her education and set an example for her teenage children, Leslie decided to pursue an Associate in Science Degree here at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in the spring of 2010. Leslie enjoys the atmosphere of a laboratory and discovering new things. Career exploration has led her to the field of Microbiology, where she would like to make an impact locally, nationally and globally in the area of parasitology (the study of parasitic infections).
As Student Government Association President, Leslie hopes to focus on environmental awareness. She is excited about the college’s initiative to dramatically cut print waste. This year, she also hopes to encourage students to take full advantage of the Academic & Career Advising Center. She believes the SGA can help students feel connected to the college, while campus resources assist students in their goal of college completion. Leslie is looking forward to being the voice for students as Rowan- Cabarrus Community College navigates forward!
You may contact the SGA President by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enter to Win Gas Cards by Attending Student Body Meetings
Students attending the monthly SGA meetings are eligible to enter a gas card drawing for a $25 gas card. One card will be given away at the North Campus and South Campus (CBTC students are included with the South Campus drawing).
There is more to life than books and classes at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. What goes on outside the classroom is also very important. The school offers a wide variety of social and cultural opportunities which, as well as being enjoyable, also expand the learning experience. Students are encouraged to plan their own activities and programs through the Student Government Association and may use any of our excellent facilities for assembly, theatre, club meetings, relaxation, and recreation.
The constitution and the activities of the SGA are subject to the approval of the administration of the college.
If you would like to be an Officer for the academic year, please complete the Officer Application Packet and submit it to either Natasha Lipscomb (North) or Emily Baldwin (South).