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Reply To: What is one tangible way that you plan to exhibit Hebraic leadership in your own neighborhood after taking this course?

Emmanuel Berrelleza

After taking this course, one tangible way I intend to exhibit Hebraic leadership in my own community is by continuing to serve as an education advocate with local leadership in Las Vegas. My interpretation of Hebraic leadership involves a fundamental understanding of what it means to be inclusive and why it is important. Inclusivity is important for Christians to embody because God’s word is intended for people from all walks of life. From a public policy standpoint, this also necessarily involves keeping in mind the various narratives that exist in our community to create an equitable society. This course taught me that leadership is essential to provide order in the chaos and clarity in the confusion. I feel better equipped to undertake this task through my leadership roles as a Speech and Debate coach at my prior Title I high school. I enjoy my time working with our nation’s youth and look forward to embodying these lessons into my everyday life.