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Shared Student Services

Executive Student Leadership Board

Leadership, Interprofessional Collaboration, Mentorship

The Executive Student Leadership Board (ESLB) is composed of a diverse team of engaged students from across all academic disciplines within USF Health. Supported by the Office of Shared Student Services in the WELL, the ESLB serves a crucial role in advising USF Health leadership, Shared Student Services, and the Office of Interprofessional Education and Practice.

ESLB members also act as student representatives at USF Health-sanctioned events. This role provides members with professional development, leadership experience, and opportunities for inter-professional networking and social engagement. 

Eligibility: All current, full-time USF Health students in good academic and professional standing are eligible to apply. Students graduating in December would not be eligible.

Application Deadline:
Monday, September 2nd at 11:59 PM

Responsibilities include:

  • Attend monthly scheduled student advisory board meetings. 
  • Select and engage in workgroup initiatives that align with your professional and personal interests to help enhance the interprofessional mission of USF Health. Workgroup options consist of events, volunteerism, teaching, and research.
  • Attend USF Health IPE Day as a volunteer or participant in the afternoon interprofessional competition.
  • Serve on USF Health panel discussions for prospective health students as needed.
  • Engage in focus groups and feedback sessions aimed at improving the student experience at USF Health, including providing input on dining and food services, planning groups, and search committees.
  • Participate in ESLB social events.
  • Volunteer at special events including but not limited to:
    • USF Health Homecoming Week
    • Multicultural Week
    • Fresh Check Day 

Selection Criteria:
Members will be selected based on the quality of their application and recommendations from their college/program leadership. Only completed applications will be reviewed.

Application Submission: Please review the position responsibilities carefully before submitting your application. Ensure all sections of your application are completed. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Submit your application by the deadline: Monday, September 2nd at 11:59 PM.

Contact Information: For any queries regarding the ESLB application process, please contact the Office of Shared Student Services in the WELL.

This position offers an excellent opportunity for dedicated students to enhance their leadership skills, engage with interprofessional peers, and contribute meaningfully to the USF Health community.


Interested in applying?

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For questions regarding the Executive Student Leadership Board or getting involved around USF Health, please contact Olivia Brennan.

To find information regarding all USF and USF Health student organizations, visit:

Executive Student Leadership Board Spotlights

This award honors an individual who served on the Executive Student Leadership Board throughout the past academic year, and was chosen as the Member of the Year by their fellow peers. The ESLB Member of the Year Award recognizes someone who has gone above and beyond in fulfilling the duties of their role. Examples include:

  • Assisting SSS staff in planning and implementing programs, events, and initiatives
  • Leading USF Health tours for prospective students
  • Serving as a mentor to their peers
  • Organizing, and participating in, IPE opportunities

Erica was integral in the planning and implementation of the ESLB service project this year. The board decided to participate in Momma Fest by hosting educational booths for children and families. Erica volunteered to assist with marketing for the event and took it upon herself to seek and receive donations from Zoo Tampa. At Momma Fest, Erica volunteered at the American Heart Association Booth and even took leftover boxes of CPR mannequins to donate to USF Health and a local nonprofit. It has been wonderful working with Erica over the years as she truly brings a light to the board. We are proud of her accomplishments and wish her all the best as she graduates and begins her graduate education at USF Health. Congratulations Erica!

Vishal Panchigar

MPH Student Vishal Panchigar Elected to FPHA

Vishal Panchigar, a second-year USF College of Public Health (COPH) MPH student, has been elected to a member-at-large position with the Florida Public Health Association (FPHA).The FPHA serves Florida’s public health professionals and students through advocacy, professional development and networking to improve Florida’s health.
Jaelyn Brown

Jaelyn Brown Interviewed by The Pink Queen Foundation

The Pink Queen Foundation (est. 2016), is a nonprofit organization with the mission to make a personal connection with cancer survivors, that are currently under treatment of radiation and/or chemotherapy due to a cancer diagnosis. Jaelyn Brown is a recent graduate of the USF College of Nursing (BSN, c/o 2020), and is continuing her tenure with the institution having just started her PhD in Nursing Science with a concentration in Oncology and Nursing Education.

Click here to watch the interview.

Click here for more information about The Pink Queen Foundation.