Leadership Awards honor Fisher students, organizations
Recipients of the 2014 Ohio State Leadership Awards were recently announced during a ceremony at the Ohio Union, and Fisher College of Business was well-represented by its students and organizations.
Christian Bonner, a senior majoring in finance and economics, was honored with three awards, including an Outstanding Positional Leader Award, recognizing his achievements throughout campus and the community. Bonner is president and founder of the Students with Disabilities Association at Fisher, a member of The Ohio State University Association of Black Accountants, and serves as the director of finance for Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity as well as the National Pan-Hellenic Council at Ohio State.
He was also among those selected for the Outstanding Senior Award and Student Employee Award. After graduation, Bonner will join Wells Fargo in St. Louis, Mo., as a brokerage analyst.
“Christian has a ‘never say never’ attitude. He believes there is always a way to get the right thing done. He always goes beyond,” said David Harrison, director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion Student Services and Corporate and Community Outreach at Fisher.
Several additional Fisher students and organizations won awards for service and commitment: