Student Advisory Board

Students Against Destructive DecisionsThe SADD Student Advisory Board (SAB) is a group of students from across the state who work with the state coordinator and represent their peers at the state level. These students are leaders in their SADD chapters and positive role models who practice the “No Use” lifestyle. They are also involved in community service, especially projects related to SADD’s mission of empowering young people to make positive decisions about important issues in their lives. The members also conduct workshops, represent SADD at meetings and safety events, and speak to the press about issues central to SADD’s mission. The SAB provides the opportunity for students to be creative, strengthen their leadership skills, and engage in public speaking.

The 2016-17 NC SADD Student Advisory Board:
Gavin Brundidge, Senior, West Johnston High School, Benson
Tamia Lipscomb, Junior, Person High School, Roxboro
Cherish Matson Junior, Southwest High, Jacksonville
Katelynn May, Senior, JP Knapp Early College High School, Currituck
Tre'Von Raye, Senior, Cape Fear High School, Fayetteville
Dontavian Smith, Senior, Person High School, Roxboro
Rosalyn Wilkinson, Junior, West Iredell High School, Statesville
Alexis Williams, Senior, Person High School, Roxboro

WOULD YOU MAKE A GOOD STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER?
  • I practice the no-use€ lifestyle.
  • I am active in my SADD chapter.
  • I am a good role model for other students.
  • I enjoy meeting new people and interacting with others.
  • I live up to my commitments, and I am dependable.
  • I am a good student academically.
  • I won'€™t mind giving up a few Saturdays to help plan the SADD Conference.
  • I love to have fun.

If you answered "€œyes"€ to the above questions, you may be a good candidate for the Student Advisory Board or Student of the Year.

If you wish to be considered for the SAB, please complete STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD APPLICATION

For more information about the Student Advisory Board, contact Harriett Southerland at
919-807-4408 or by email at hsoutherland@ncsadd.org.