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Officer Candidate Profile

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Nideaya Fassler

Russellville High School

Grade: 11

Number of Years in HOSA: 2

A good leader should be confident in their abilities and ready to take on big roles, but not be self seeking when carrying out tasks. They should think of what would benefit the majority, but also take into account what is right when it comes to helping the minority. I feel strongly about this because I have experienced what it is like to have a self seeking leader, and what it can do to a groups work ethic, production, and moral. I want to be an inspiring leader that can encourage my team to pursue a better version of themselves everyday, and most importantly I want to be remembered as a kind, compassionate, and encouraging leader, because that is where I have managed to find true growth, is being poured into by leaders such as these.

Video Submission:
Introduction and why you think you would be a good fit for the HOSA State Officer Team. 

HOSA Officer Experience, Activities, and Conferences

  • Vice President, President

  • Valentines Day Cards to Legacy Heights Nursing home, meeting with each individual member to discuss passions, ambitions, and suitable competitions to match them

  • Clinical Nursing 2023 SLC, Behavioral Health 2024 SLC

School and Community Leadership Experiences and Honors

  • School

    • 2023: HOSA Vice President, National Honor Society Member, FBLA National Public Speaking qualifier. 2024: HOSA Chapter president, National Honor Society Historian, Women in STEM Member,  FBLA Healthcare Administration State Qualifier

  • Community

    • 2022, 2023: Guatemala Mission trips providing medical and spiritual services to people of Guatemala in addition to building houses. I also have served regularly on Sundays for the past two years at my local church in childcare. National Honor Society also involves a lot of miscellaneous community service opportunities I have taken part in since 2022

Why do you want to be a HOSA State Officer?

I want to be a HOSA State officer because of my compassion for serving others. I feel that HOSA is a great opportunity to lead and teach others how collaboration is essential for improving the quality of healthcare. HOSA builds the future generation of healthcare professionals so instilling the value of serving others, teamwork, and compassion into members now is so vital to create a generation of kind healthcare professionals. Having family with chronic illnesses I have got to experience what lack of compassion from a doctor can look like for a patient and I feel it is so important for this generation to learn to work together, be kind, and be willing to learn for the sake of their future patients.

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