PLC 61 Retreat Highlight Video
PLC 61 Student Spotlight: Ibrahim Kondeh
In 2013, Ibrahim Kondeh lost his father, and this set off the series of events that would eventually lead Kondeh to the University of Oklahoma.
Kondeh grew up in Sierra Leone, and after he lost his father, he was forced to join a secret society for young men, a common tradition in the culture. Due to the violence he experienced, Kondeh moved out of the country when he was just 16 to work in Guinea. Not long after, he was kidnapped and sold into slavery.
PLC Alumni Spotlight: Lee Reynolds
To Lee Reynolds, making connections and talking to people gives her job purpose. As a PLC alumnus, she continues to give to her community and University students as if it were her first year. As a born and bred Normanite, Reynolds pursued leadership opportunities in high school and college, and she has now left her mark in Norman on the OU campus.
Reynolds believes that like many, PLC taught her how to make lasting connections with those around her on campus and in life.
PLC Social Media Alumni Spotlight
As we celebrate 60 years of PLC, we would love to highlight PLC alumni and fun PLC alumni memories on our Instagram page and our newsletter. Please fill out the attached form below to help us.
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