Riley McMullen has been involved in student leadership for over 25 years. He held numerous positions on his high school Student Council, including President in his senior year. He was a camper at the first ever Youth Leadership Camps Canada in 1993 and went on to be a counselor at camps in Ontario and Quebec in the years to follow. For the past fifteen years Riley has been a Student Council advisor at Tagwi Secondary School, where he teaches English, guitar, drama and photography. He coordinates an annual leadership camp as well as a peer-mentoring program called W.E.B. (Where Everybody Belongs). He is a proud graduate of Bishop’s, Western and Concordia Universities. In his spare time, Riley enjoys playing hockey and music (though not at the same time), sailing, and spending time with his family, friends and pets.
Workshop Description for “What Does It Mean To Be Successful?”
This workshop will explore how we define success, while highlighting a number of the traits commonly found in successful people. It will also identify some helpful habits that you can apply in your life today to help you on your path toward a successful tomorrow.