Two MEP Students Named Buckeye Leadership Fellows
Over the course of the two year program, the Buckeye Leadership Fellows will participate in a variety of personal and professional development activities, help solve major issues at businesses and community organizations, and build meaningful relationships with Ohio State Alumni and Community leaders. Ultimately, our students learn more about who they are and what they are capable of so that they can make a positive impact on society. Our program graduates have all “hit the ground running” in part because of the experiences and relationships they have developed in the program.
Kamari Wright is a Sophomore majoring in Computer Science and Engineering at The Ohio State University. He is currently a part of the Humanitarian Engineering & Morrill Scholars Programs, and is also a part of NSBE, on the Food Committee. In the past, Kamari has created one of the first primarily Minority Robotics Teams in Georgia, leading the team as the Captain throughout High School. In the future, Kamari looks to develop a Robotics program for Urban Youth in the city of Columbus, and to attend Graduate School at The Georgia Institute of Technology.
Brandon Muschlitz is from Gahanna, Ohio where he attended Gahanna Lincoln High School. He is currently majoring in Environmental Engineering at The Ohio State University. After graduation, Brandon hopes to work for an environmental engineering firm specializing in water pollution remediation. Outside the classroom Brandon is involved with the community service organization Circle K, The Alexander Hamilton Society, and is on the planning committee for TEDxOhioStateUniversity. Brandon has a passion for the environment, traveling both domestically and abroad, and volunteering. When he has free time he enjoys writing, running, and doing origami.