By Madison Nelson
Student, Honors College
Do you think your job is stressful? Is schoolwork piling up? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be president? Yeah, so have we. So of course, we interviewed none other than Grand Canyon University’s Student Body President, Noah Wolfe.
Mr. President is involved in many spheres of the community. He is a senior currently studying business management and Christian studies. He works with GCU marketing and serves as a board member for Mission Create in Phoenix. While working hard to obtain his degree and make GCU an even better place to be, he is also making strides for underprivileged coffee farmers in South America. Noah, among others, submitted a proposal to the Clinton Global Initiative, and were approved to present in Chicago this October. Noah says, “We are excited to go to this very special event and showcase our initiative to a broader audience of individuals as we seek funding and venture opportunities for the future.” Mr. President is clearly focused on making the world a better place.
When asked what he is most excited for in the upcoming year he responded, “I’m excited for the future of our university pertaining to each individual student specifically. College is such an incredible time for students to dream big and pursue big things. I am beyond excited to have the opportunity to come alongside students in this area as they develop themselves.” Noah clearly has global and local initiatives as his top priorities. We’re excited to see this honors student do big things!
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