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DWU Senior One Of 50 Young Leaders Chosen Worldwide
DWU Senior One Of 50 Young Leaders Chosen Worldwide

One Dakota Wesleyan University senior has joined the ranks of 50 promising young world leaders.  21 year old Kelli Swenson of Chamberlain was one of 50 students worldwide to be chosen for the Hesselbein Global Academy for Student Leadership and Civic Engagement in Pittsburgh this summer.  Swenson is majoring in leadership and public service.  She plans to pursue a career in nonprofit management following college.

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