Dr. Corey Seemiller has worked as a leadership educator for higher education, K-12, non-profits, military, and in the community for over 20 years. She currently serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations at Wright State University teaching undergraduate courses in organizational leadership and graduate courses in leadership development. Prior to her role as a faculty member at Wright State University, Dr. Seemiller served as the Director of Leadership Programs and adjunct faculty/coordinator for the Minor in Leadership Studies and Practice at the University of Arizona and the Director of Leadership, Learning, and Assessment at OrgSync, Inc. Dr. Seemiller publishes and presents nationally and internationally on issues related to leadership. She is the author of The Student Leadership Competencies® Guidebook and associated tools to help educators develop intentional curriculum that enhances leadership competency development, and her newly released book, Generation Z Goes to College, aims to prepare college educators to best serve and develop Generation Z students. Dr. Seemiller served as the 2014 and 2015 Co-Chair for the National Leadership Symposium and 2015 and 2017 Co-Chair of the Leadership Education Academy and serves on the Board of Directors for Lead365.