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Yadav presents to the WSC Student Senate

On Monday, March 25 at 7 p.m., Roshan Yadav, a student at Wayne State College, presented a workshop on Local Government Taxation and Fiscal Policy.  

The Wayne State College Student Senate hosted Yadav in their regular meeting room, Connell Hall 131. Yadav’s specific presentation focused on a Leadership Bootcamp he recently went to hosted by Net Impact and Up to Us. According to their official website, Up to Us is “the only nationwide, campus-based campaign focused on engaging and empowering students to build a sustainable economic fiscal future.”  

In addition, Yadav stated in his presentation that Up to Us focuses on building a sustainable economic and fiscal future for America’s next generation. Net Impact is an organization whose mission is to “inspire and equip emerging leaders to build a more just and sustainable world,” according to their official website. 

In addition to Yadav’s presentation about the bootcamp he attended and previous experiences, Yadav brought in two guest speakers to present to the WSC Student Senate and gallery members present.  

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Presenting after Yadav was Eric Jackson, the representative for the Leadership Bootcamp and an advocate for establishing an Up to Us and Net Impact Chapter on the WSC campus.  

Lastly, Luke Virgil, lead economic development professional for Wayne Area Economic Development Chamber, presented to the panel. His presentation and small workshop emphasized local government and taxes. Virgil provided handouts for the students, breaking down the taxes in Wayne and other aspects affecting the economic development in our area, both positively and negatively.   

From first visiting the United States as a 15-year-old, sparking his interest in this area, to visiting Washington D.C. a couple years ago and getting to meet Bill Clinton, Yadav has had numerous, life-changing experiences in his life so far. These experiences have provided him with the great amount of knowledge he possesses to host a workshop such as this one.  

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Hannah Keller, News Writer
Hannah Keller is currently a freshman at Wayne State College and is studying mass communications, with a specialization in journalism. While on campus, she usually spends her free time socializing with friends, studying in the library or taking a mandatory coffee break. She’s involved in a couple of clubs on campus, including Delight Ministries and Agriculture Communicators of Tomorrow. Some of Hannah’s hobbies include reading, kayaking, playing the piano and simply spending as much time outdoors as she can. She has two younger brothers, a couple dogs and cats and a small flock of chickens, all of which she enjoys being around when she visits home whenever possible. 
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