Otterbein's Miller-Winter Leaders are a selected group of students who have made a commitment to serve the needs of women and girls on campus and in our community. The Miller-Winter Leaders run empowerment programs for girls, assist non-profits with women's events, serve as near-peer mentors to first-year students, and intern at local women- and girl-serving agencies.
All sophomore and junior students who make a commitment to serving over 20 hours per semester to assist women and girls in the community or on campus are eligible to apply to serve as a Miller-Winter Leader.
Fun facts from our Miller-Winter Leader survey:
- 100% of the Leaders are more confident as a result of the program
- 91% of the Leaders feel more connected to other women on campus
- 100% of the Leaders feel like they can make a difference in their community
"Through the Women's Leadership Network, Otterbein has provided me with many leadership opportunities. I have learned to see that developing my leadership skills is a process; it is not an individual life event. Otterbein has constantly challenged me with varying roles and responsibilities that allow me to continue to grow as a student leader each day." - Miller-Winter Leader
/ Contact Us Melissa Kesler Gilbert
Associate Dean of Experiential Learning and Director for the Center for Community Engagement
Chief of Staff, President's Office