Student Leadership

K Week Board

The K Week Board is a group of student leaders who work year-round to help with K Week plans. Each K Week Board member works on a committee to oversee K Crew, plan events, or  design a leadership training program. K Week Board members also head up their own Leadership Team, taking responsibility for mentoring and preparing K Crew for K Week.

To be on the K Week Board, students must have previously served on K Crew. Applications for K Week Board are available in the fall. If you have served as a K Crew member and are interested in joining the K Week Board, email or talk to your K Week Board leader.


K Week Board Committees

K Crew Committee

The K Crew committee is responsible for recruiting, interviewing, and selecting K Crew leaders. They also plan two social events for the K Crew.


Kelsey Campbell

Becky Briley

Lauryn Bervine

Samantha Brothers


Leadership Series Committee

The Leadership Series committee is responsible for the training and development of K Crew leaders. They create training curriculum, facilitate workshops, and assess the Leadership Series program.


Brooke Taylor

Mia Thompson

Michelle Sydnor

Katie Mullins


K Week Events Committee

The K Week Events committee is responsible for planning, implementing, and facilitating major K Week Events. They also assist in the execution of various events throughout the school year.


Delanie Krug

Khaliyah Jones

Jahsleighe Rochell

Maria Shamai


K Crew

K Crew is a group of current UK students who are selected and trained to welcome and mentor new students to campus during K Week. Each of the 250+ K Crew members leads a group of new students, also known as a K Team, through their first week at UK - helping them connect with other students and the university.

Applications for K Crew are available in early spring. If you have interest in becoming a K Crew member, email or talk to your K Crew leader.


K Week Intern

The K Week Intern works year-round to help coordinate K Week, mentor the K Week Board, and facilitate marketing and communications.

                                           Dan Bodden