Delaney Hansen is an Elementary Education major with a minor in special Education. Delaney is the student body president at Montana Western and has made a significant impact on advancing the campus community in her time in this leadership position. Delaney is actively involved in enhancing the recycling program on campus, increasing student involvement and making positive change in the structure of the student government. Delaney is passionate as an educator and volunteers as an elementary level academic coach and works with local students as a mentor. Delaney is an exceptionally charismatic leader who is committed to making the lives of those around her better. I am a huge fan of this remarkable young woman and cannot recommend her highly enough. She is a natural, thoughtful leader; a dedicated student and educator; and possesses great skills as a communicator and community builder.
President John Quincy Adams once stated, "If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader." In this single quote, my ultimate goal for life is found. I believe that we were all put on earth to fulfill a specific purpose; for me, this purpose is to guide the future leaders of this country to success, to inspire students, and to help each student find a love for learning. I believe that a lack of education is the sole cause of all social issues; this is why I have dedicated my life towards educating others, increasing public problem solving skills, and resolving social issues. I aim to play an integral role in the success of the world's future, which is why I have chosen to be involved in various aspects of my campus and community in Dillon, Montana. Education has the power to change the world, and when utilized, we as educators can make the world a better place. I trust education is the answer and hope my passion for teaching makes a lasting impact on my students, the state of Montana, this remarkable country, and possibly the world.