Courtney Robbins is an active leader within the community of Boise, Idaho. Since a teenager, she has been actively involved in a variety of activities including the Who’s Who of High School Students, Business Professionals of America and the Key Club. Courtney also found time to volunteer at a local soup kitchen and with Rake Up Boise.
Courtney continued her volunteer efforts by serving as an Ambassador Council member while studying Hospitality Management at the College of Southern Idaho (CSI). As an Ambassador Council member, she lead campus tours and served as a mentor with CSI’s Students Accessing Disability Day, known as GPS. Additionally, she served as a liaison between the college and the community and represented the college at many community events.
Courtney enjoys mentoring students with hearing loss and participates in the Idaho Educational Services for the Deaf and the Blind (IESDB). Here, she serves on panels and in the Living Intentionally For Excellence (LIFE) program which specializes in empowering students in the art of positive leadership. Courtney also served as a deaf mentor at Tools for Life, Networking for Success, and Work Readiness.
Furthermore, Courtney served as a peer counselor at the Idaho Youth Leadership Forum hosted by the Idaho Council on Developmental Disabilities. She has been described by her peers as determined and always persevering.
We thank Courtney for her leadership and we are proud to present her with the 2013 Better Hearing and Speech Month Recognition Award for the State of Idaho.
This leadership recognition has been brought to you by Hamilton Relay.
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