Holly Hankin, Student Advisory Board Vice President
Holly Hankin is a board-certified music therapist from Cincinnati, Ohio, who is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at Purdue Global. As a therapist who has worked with individuals with autism, dementia, and various behavioral diagnoses, she enjoys helping people create, track, and reach individualized academic, social, cognitive-behavioral, and emotional objectives. She applies this passion to her work with collegiate organizations.
Holly works as the manager of chapter operations and development for The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). She oversees operations at our local Purdue Global chapter, along with about 70 others across the country. In her managerial role at NSCS, Holly gives the student officers the tools they need to be successful and have agency to make a difference independently. Additionally, as the president of Autism Speaks U at Purdue Global, she encourages others to grow leadership skills by fostering discussion, delegating creative tasks, involving members in conference proposals, hosting professional guests, and more.
As vice president of the Student Advisory Board, Holly plans to problem-solve with students, student organization leaders, and administrators about how to optimize the student experience.