Christian Coleman, Sophomore at the University of Central Oklahoma, is involved in civically-oriented organizations throughout campus. He is a member of the prestigious Leaders of Tomorrow scholarship program, an active member of the NAACP campus organization, and Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. He is also currently serving as the Vice President of the UCO Student Association, through which he participates in high level conversations on campus governance and student success. Though he is just a sophomore, he has shown exemplary leadership skills that will serve him well as he continues to help transform himself and the campus community.
Hello my name is Christian Coleman. I am a Junior at The University of Central Oklahoma. Over the course of my educational career, topics such as law, public policy, travel, and cultural studies have given me an interest in International Business Administration/Law. Before reaching this conclusion my family and community played major roles in the developing me into the young man I am today. I’ve participated in various leadership organizations including: Oklahoma State Superintendent's Student Advisory Council, Wes Welker Foundation, and the UCO Student Association. These organizations have taught me how we all can have an impact on various communities across the metro.
My community leadership involvement across Oklahoma has given me the ability to adapt my leadership style to most environments. As someone who goal in life is to create better perspectives and opportunities for all people, I will continue to serve and impact my community while at UCO and after.