Office of Student Leadership & Engagement

SLAC: Seahawk Leadership Advisory Council

What is SLAC?

Seahawk Leadership Advisory Council (SLAC) is a group of student leaders in the Office of Student Leadership and Involvement! This council aims to provide peer to peer educational leadership experiences to fellow Seahawks. This group achieves this through:

Leadership Workshops by Request

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Workshop Series

Annual Seahawk Leadership Conference


Join the team!

Interested in joining the 2022 Seahawk Leadership Advisory Council Team? Applications for SLAC Leadership Educator are now open. SLAC Leadership Educators earn a possible $500 for each semester (Spring 2022 and Fall 2022). The role and responsibilities for the SLAC Leadership Educator include:

  • Planning and facilitating sessions for the Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Workshop Series
  • Planning and executing the 2022 Seahawk Leadership Conference
  • Attending bi-weekly meetings with the SLAC Team, and other meetings as they arise for planning and projects (in-person or remote - this will flex with campus guidance)
  • Communication with SLAC team and Advisor via email and Microsoft Teams
  • Maintaining and encouraging a collaborative environment for all members of SLAC
  • Working a max of 5 office hours per week for SLAC responsibilities
Click here to apply for SLAC Leadership Educator!

Applications close Friday, January 28th, 2022 at 11:59pm

Interviews will take place the week of January 31st, 2022

Meet the SLAC Team

Co-Directors Names and Information

Hannah Horowitz


2021 SLAC Co-Director

Major: Public Health, Minor: Non-Profit Management

Strengths: Discipline, Harmony, Context, Intellection, Input

"I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples." - Mother Teresa

Katie Labus


2021 SLAC Co-Director

Major: Psychology, Minor: Applied Behavioral Analysis

Strengths: Futuristic, Achiever, Focus, Woo, Responsibility

"I was so worried about what I would become in the future that I didn't realize I can be anything I want to be right now." - Jonny Sun

Maddie Miller


2021 SLAC Educator

Major: Business Administration, Concentration: Human Resources, Minor: Psychology

Strengths: Harmony, Restorative, Woo, Input, Arranger 

"If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude." - Maya Angelou

Morgan Routh


2021 SLAC Educator

Major: Biology, Minor: Spanish

Strengths: Individualization, Restorative, Futuristic, Intellection, Input 

"You could rattle the stars. You could do anything, if you only dared." - Throne of Glass

Alex Grant


2021 SLC Committee Member

Major: Political Science, Concentration: Pre-Law

Strengths: Focus, Analytical, Context, Futuristic, Input 

"Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible." - Tony Robbins

Alisa Fluett


2021 SLC Committee Member

Major: Tourism, Recreation, and Sport, Concentration: Tourism, Hospitality and Events Concentration

Strengths: Restorative, Positivity, Connectedness, Empathy, Includer

"No act of kindness, not matter how small is ever wasted." - Aesop