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