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Chancellor Kelli Brown to serve on ALL IN Presidents’ Council to promote nonpartisan student voting

By Julia Duvall

Western Carolina University Chancellor Kelli R. Brown will once again serve on the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Presidents’ Council.

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Chancellor Kelli R. Brown

Brown served on the Presidents’ Council in 2022 and will join a group of 13 college and university presidents charged with supporting senior leaders in higher education to foster nonpartisan democratic engagement on their campuses in 2024.

“I’m excited to once again join the ALL IN Presidents Council and continue the efforts we began in 2022,” Brown said. “WCU is proud to join the national effort to turn out the vote for the upcoming election and play a part in increasing student voter registration across the country.” 

The Presidents’ Council will lead more than 625 college and university presidents, provosts and chancellors who have committed to full student voter registration and participation in the 2024 elections through the ALL IN Presidents’ Commitment. The council will be chaired by Brad L. Mortensen, president of Weber State University.

The Presidents’ Council and the Presidents’ Commitment are a part of ALL IN’s mission to challenge institutions to make nonpartisan voter registration a priority on college campuses across the country.

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