Leader, author and motivational speaker Joshua Fredenburg aimed to inspire ULM’s sorority and fraternity population at the Campus Activity Board’s Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Talk. With his electric personality and dynamic speech, Fredenburg was able to encourage students to become a better version of themselves by utilizing the skill of emotional intelligence.
CAB hosted the event Tuesday in the Hangar, providing free Raising Cane’s to those who attended. Members from nearly every sorority and fraternity were represented at the lecture. Sidney Jones, CAB’s interim president, was excited about the turnout.
“It was awesome to host Dr. Fredenburg because of the proven impact he’s had on other student bodies around the nation,” Jones said. “I hope students become more aware of the emotional intelligence in the other students they interact with through RSOs and in everyday student life.”
Fredenburg himself was a fraternity member, and he remembers those days fondly. He recounted his favorite parts of being in a fraternity being the camaraderie and brotherhood.