New adventure, tough loss
Student Government adviser moves to the Wyoming Department of Education
Growing individuals and preparing them for their future adventures, especially in leadership, is what Danielle Saulsberry wanted to bring to Laramie County Community College.
Saulsberry is known for mentoring students around campus and helping them fit in, some of her former students said, adding that she built a strong student leadership team that created an atmosphere of putting students first on campus. She left her position as the adviser for the Student Government Association in December.
Saulsberry began working at LCCC in September of 2007 as a preschool teacher in the Children’s Discovery Center. In July of 2008, she moved to the Records Office and finally ended up in Student Life as the program manager for Student Leadership and Involvement in February of 2009.
Saulsberry is now working for the Wyoming Department of Education, where she is a consultant. She manages instructional facilitators around the state. Saulsberry is also working with the state GEAR UP program. This program is a federally funded, statewide grant that is focused on Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs.
Saulsberry wasn’t looking to leave LCCC, but the managers at the DOE contacted her about the position after receiving a recommendation. The decision was tough to make, but “I spoke to them about the position and it seemed like a really great fit,” Saulsberry said.
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