Students: Internships, Volunteer Opportunities, Student Ambassadors of Service, Scholars in Service, The $100 Solution, and Hill House.
Faculty: The $100 Solution, Campus & Community Network, Community Partnership Funds, and Top Life Service
Community: Volunteer Opportunities, Nonprofit Jobs, Support Groups, Meeting Space, Community Resources, Nonprofit Directory, and Campus & Community Network.
Ms. Leah Ashwill
Leah Ashwill is the Director of the _________Center in the Department of Diversity and Community Studies at WKU. She leads Center staff in providing quality resources and programming to WKU students, faculty or staff for their public service endeavors. Leah works with center staff to ensure vital and healthy partnerships are being developed between campus professionals and community organizations.
Leah's vision is for all WKU students who want to impact communities to have the knowledge and skills needed to be effective agents of change.
Ms. Ashwill earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Health Education, as well as a Master of Arts in Administrative Dynamics from Western Kentucky University. She is a member of WKU’s Warren County Alumni Chapter, the Kentucky Campus Compact Advisory Board, and the Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky Advisory Council.
Ms. Ashwill is personally committed to providing health and fitness opportunities for children and adolescents of South Central Kentucky. As a lifelong citizen of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Ms. Ashwill has a deep passion for WKU and South Central Kentucky, as well as for the people that make it such a wonderful place to live, work, and raise families.
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