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Pforzheimer Honors College

Honors Council

The Honors Council is a group of dedicated honor students which assumes the most important leadership roles within the Pforzheimer Honors College. The Honors Council was founded in Fall 2007. The council serves as a venue for honors students to explore their leadership abilities as well as social and academic curiosity.

The Honors Council plans and organizes events which benefit Honors students and the entire Pace Community. The Council is in charge of creating ideas that will invoke a sense of community within the Honors College and the rest of the student body. The Council also serves as a liaison between the Honors College and other campus organizations.

Honors Council members are encouraged to attend all events sponsored by Honors. Special consideration should be made by executive board members and committee co-chairs.

We are proud to announce our Honors Council Members for 2020-2021

President: Kalya Slusser
Hello!  My name is Kayla Slusser and I am a double major in English and Communicatins and Digital Journalism here at Pace University.   I also participate on the volleyball team and love to bake cookies.  I am from Westminster, Colorado and love to volunteer when I have free time.

Vice President: Ashley Schlemmer
Hello all!  My name is Ashley Schlemmer and I am a sophomore Applied Psychology and Human Relations major here at Pace University!  I am from Danbury, CT and attended Danbury High School.  In my free time, I am involved in many clubs including Nature Club,, Psychology Club, Colleges Against Cancer, and Hall Council.  I also work on campus as a Tour Guide in the Welcome Center.

Community Service Liaison:  Alexa Slack
Hi, my name is Alexa Slack!.  I'm a sophomore Health Science major.  Besides being active with the Honors Colege, I'm also involved with ASPIRE, IGNITE, CCAR, and Alumni Hall Council.  In my free time, I enjoy watching movies and volunteering!

Secretary: Victor Diaz
Throughout my time in high school, and reently in college with Model UN, I have seen what it is like to be at the forefront of decision making and in leadership positions and have taken those positions myself then and now.  While in high school, I was the class Vice President in my sophomoe year, and able to coordiate well with the President to coordinate events and raise enough money to have and pay off the intitial deposit for Junior Prom by the end of the year.  In Model UN, I was the student liaison to the advisor my junior year and secretary general in my senior year.  Here at Pace, I have continued with Model UN, being on the Eboard since fall 2019.  I am also on the E-board of Pi Lambda Phi, as the VP of Programming, as I am the IPC Senator.