“Kaycee will not cut her ties with the University when she graduates. She’ll take what she has learned about leadership to start a consulting business.”
Florida State University has students from all over the state and the world. The resulting mixture of cultures and ideas attracts students who want to interact with those who have life experiences different from their own. Kaycee Brock admits this is one of the reasons she chose to attend FSU. “Coming from a cookie cutter, suburban area, it was important that I choose a school with great academics, as well as many cultures that I could appreciate and learn from.”
Kaycee has taken full advantage of the diversity. She participated in LeaderShape, and has served as a First Year Experience peer leader, as a member of the Student Alumni Association, as the campaign manager for the Vision political party, as the president of the Association of Prominent Women, and as secretary of women’s affairs for the Executive Cabinet of the Student Government Association. She has also volunteered for both the Boys and Girls Club and the Girls Scouts. Currently, she is a very active member of the Black Student Union, and is the president of the Zeta Omicron chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
Kaycee will not cut her ties with the University when she graduates. She’ll take what she has learned about leadership to start a consulting business. “I want to develop a program for students in grades K-12, so that they can learn how to be leaders in their schools and communities.”