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Spring 2011

Dec/Jan/Feb

 The Recognizing Achievement in Leadership (RAIL) Committee is pleased to announce that Isaac Clark ’12 is the recipient of the December/January/February 2010-11 Outstanding Student Leader of the Month Award.

 Isaac Clark is the commodore for the William and Mary Sailing team. Isaac helped provide new programs to help develop the Sailing team through reaching out to alumni, recruiting new members and creating fundraisers to help the team.

Nominator Derrill Hagood said, “He is incredibly passionate about the sport but even more so about the importance of sharing this sport with anyone that wants a chance to try. He is organized and always has a new idea of how to promote the team or how to build us up from the inside.”

 March

 The Recognizing Achievement in Leadership (RAIL) Committee is pleased to announce that Alex Chartrain ’13 is the recipient of the March 2011 Outstanding Student Leader of the Month Award.

 Alex is the President of the Invisible Children Organization at William and Mary. Alex has led multiple events such as bringing a children’s choir to campus as well as the screening of the documentary “Tony” to get the word out to the campus. Nominator Christiana Kallon said, “He is someone who demonstrates that compassion has no color, willing to dedicate his time and energy to people he does not know and a culture that is foreign to his own.”

 April

 The Recognizing Achievement in Leadership (RAIL) Committee is pleased to announce that Adam Lerner ’12 is the recipient of the April 2011 Outstanding Student Leader of the Month Award.

 Adam is the president of William and Mary’s philosophy club. Adam helped organize and run the philosophy conference that was held on William and Mary’s campus, attracting not only student at W&M, but around the region as well. He also served as the Master of Ceremonies for the conference. Nominator Christopher Freiman said, “For one, Adam is an absolutely tireless worker. He has never once said that he is unable to help because he is too busy (although I suspect that he often is too busy). Having taught Adam in two classes, I know that he goes above and beyond in his coursework, which makes his dedication to extracurricular activities all the more impressive.”