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Servant Leadership & Social Responsibility

SBL Graduates Making A Difference Every Day

Our primary focus is your academic success and spiritual growth, and our hope is that as you learn about your strengths you feel called to share those gifts and talents with others either directly or indirectly through your work.

Our graduates model servant leadership and social responsibility daily as they are involved in everything from fighting child abuse to battling human trafficking. We invite you to join them in providing answers to some of the world's most challenging problems, and we are right here by your side to help make that desire a reality.


 
Freedom Stones & Regent Graduate, Wayne Hester

Wayne Hester, M.A. in Organizational Leadership, '10
Breaking the Chains of Bondage through Freedom Stones


An estimated 27 million people are victims of human trafficking worldwide.* SBL Graduate, Wayne Hester is working to break these chains of bondage through Freedom Stones International. This innovative organization fights human trafficking through income-generation projects in impoverished countries. Wayne is a founding executive board member and volunteer. Learn more>>


 
Regent Student, Troy Hall

Troy Hall, Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, Current Student
Fighting Child Abuse in Charleston, S.C.


Charleston, S.C., with its pristine beaches, historic homes, fine dining and southern hospitality, is considered a top tourist spot in the United States. However, the city is fighting a grave problem: Child abuse is on the rise in Charleston and surrounding areas. Regent University doctoral student Troy Hall is working to change that.
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SBL Current Student, Brad Hopkins

Brad Hopkins, M.A. in Organizational Leadership, Current Student
Airborne and on Mission in Indonesia


M.A. in Organizational Leadership student Brad Hopkins loves to fly, and with good reason. As a pilot and maintenance technician with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) in Indonesia, Brad provides a vital service for people in the remote villages of Kalimantan on the island of Borneo. Whether he is transporting people, equipment or supplies, his plane offers a critical link to surrounding areas. Learn more>>


 
SBL Doctoral Student, Charity Remington

Charity Remington, Doctor of Strategic Leadership, Current Student
Bringing Hope and Joy to Orphans in Haiti


More than 24,000 children under the age of 5 die every day, mainly from preventable causes.* Charity Remington, a doctoral student in Regent's School of Business and Leadership, is working to change that. As part of a nonprofit organization, The Mission Haiti, she has been able to connect with many Haitian orphanages that struggle to meet the needs of their children. Learn more>>


* Source: UNICEF





News

10.14.14
Online Moral Leadership Conference to Focus on Narcissism, Toxic Leadership
Set for Dec. 15 – 21, this free, online conference is currently accepting articles for consideration.
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10.10.14
SBL Connect 2014 Highlights Joys, Struggles of Entrepreneurship
At the inaugural SBL Connect 2014 event, three Regent entrepreneurs share their joys, struggles and paths to becoming successful entrepreneurs.


 

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