Dambreville '13 named vice chair of national student organization
March 20, 2012
At its annual meeting in Washington, D.C. on March 9, the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA), the largest student-run nonprofit organization in the country, elected Penn State Law student Dave Dambreville '13 national vice chair of the organization. NBLSA represents about 6,000 members from 200 chapters and affiliates and was founded in 1968. It has a long tradition of successful public advocacy.
Dambreville said that he "plans to work diligently to further NBLSA’s core principles and meet the various challenges that lay ahead as well as to bring attention to Penn State Law's academic credentials and continued dedication to diversity."
Dambreville also reported that Teleicia Rose '13 has been elected the national director of programming and Cara Sherman '13 has been elected director of the National Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition.