Flagship campus student Isaac Missick was recently recognized for his role as a servant leader at the World Leaders Conference held in West Palm Beach when he received a standing ovation along with other nominees for the Inaugural World Leaders Group Collegiate Servant Leader Award.
“Servant leadership is important because it helps one build character while also providing opportunities to give back to the community,” reflected Missick, who often reaches out to fellow students to offer economics and accounting tutoring. “It also has helped me to build my own knowledge base academically and to make additional friends,” smiled Missick, who regularly volunteers at his church and in many Flagship Campus activities.
A sophomore who is double majoring in finance and economics, Missick is a member of the Keiser University Flagship Campus’ International club and Entrepreneurship Society.
Designed to provide participants with a uniquely personal experience in an intimate setting, the World LEADERS Conference (WLC) brings together top executives in business and ministry with prominent leadership experts from around the world. The tow-day conference provides opportunities for interacting and networking with other business and church leaders, and focuses on the critical issues and trends that are shaping business and the church today.