Harold Mock, Ph.D.
Director of Leadership Programs
Assistant Professor of History
Dr. Harold Mock directs the Office of Leadership Programs and teaches courses on principles of leadership. A specialist in international affairs and transatlantic relations, Dr. Mock is currently writing a book entitled Dangerous Power: An International History of German Unification, 1969-1993. He holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Virginia, where he previously served as Bradley Research Fellow. Additionally, Dr. Mock holds a master's degree in history from Virginia and a bachelor's degrees in political science and history from Georgia College.
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Leadership Programs Intern
Nancy Leslie is a junior at Georgia College pursuing a major in mass communication and a minor in marketing.
Ms. Leslie coordinates the Inspire! Student Leadership Forum and works with the Women's Leadership Initiative. She often represents Georgia College, as a member of the Council of Student Ambassadors and as a founding member of the Student Alumni Council. Ms. Leslie is enrolled in the Honors Program and serves as vice president of the Georgia College circle of Omicron Delta Kappa, the national leadership honorary.
Katelyn Bennett is from Carrollton, Georgia. She is a freshman and is pursuing a major in Biology.
Ms. Bennett is also a pre-healthcare student who aspires to be a physician's assistant and is interested in research. She is enrolled in the Georgia College Honors Program and is also a member of Eta Sigma Alpha.
Assistant Director of Leadership Programs
Georgia College invites applications for the position of Assistant Director of Leadership Programs. GC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution committed to cultural, racial, and ethnic communities. We promote equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or genetic information. It is expected that successful candidates share these commitments. For further information, please visit www.gcsujobs.com.
Georgia College will be a nationally preeminent university where leaders are formed through scholarship, public service, and community engagement.
The Georgia College Office of Leadership Programs aims to empower GC students in forging meaningful connections to their communities and world. Through curricular programs, co-curricular experiences, and individual consulting, the faculty and staff of Leadership Programs work to equip students as conscientious and engaged citizens and to serve as leaders for the public good.