Consuela Marie Miller
Senior Consuela Marie Miller, a development and family studies major, was awarded a $4,500 Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders program scholarship from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.
The scholarship is awarded exclusively to students who are actively pursuing a certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership through the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (formerly American Humanics).
UNT's chapter of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance student organization is part of the College of Public Affairs and Community Service.
Rachel Yedlowski, campus director of UNT's Nonprofit Leadership Alliance program, encouraged Miller to apply for the scholarship.
"Congratulations to Consuela, to PACS, to the College of Education, and to Rachel Yedlowski," says James Duban, director of UNT's Office for Nationally Competitive Scholarships. "Consuela is such a fine student, and Rachel has done such a superb job of running UNT's Nonprofit Leadership Alliance program."
Consuela also is pursuing a minor in leadership of community and nonprofit organizations as well as strategic communications. She also is working on earning a certificate in volunteer and community resource management.
The NextGen award recognizes extraordinary students completing their internship at a nonprofit organization. The function of the internship, and of the Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders Program, is to prepare a new generation of nonprofit leaders and administrators.