History graduate to describe journey to White House records management job in virtual talk

Roger Coda
Rebecca Denz

Rebekah Denz

Rebekah Denz, who earned a B.A. in History in 2019, will present, “Leadership through the Eyes of a Young Professional,” a virtual discussion that describes her transition from a student leader to the youngest and least experienced staff member in the White House Office of Records Management, on Friday, March 26, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Ms. Denz began her professional career as a document custodian reviewer at M&T Bank. As a student, she completed the Fredonia Honors Program and an internship at the National Archives. Denz, who recently relocated to Washington, D.C., will also describe what it’s like to be both a leader and follower on the same team.

Danielle McCartney, an Honors Program student majoring in Music Industry and Communication: Public Relations, will moderate the question and answer session. Ms. McCartney is a senior and will graduate this spring.

The Zoom discussion, hosted by the American Democracy Project and the Honors Program, is free and can be accessed online at the following registration link: https://forms.gle/RrxxoLJrHJW7CrRU8

The Honors program prides itself on offering students of all backgrounds and majors singular experiences to learn, lead and live from move-in to graduation. Honors students enjoy benefits from early class registration to attendance at exclusive events. More information is available via email  at Honors.Program@fredonia.edu.


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