Some may know him as the “Yo Ho Ho Rapper” from the 2015 Student Affairs Holiday Social; others may know him as the man who creates fun underwater videos or the guy to organize major concerts at ETSU. Carter Warden truly goes above and beyond in his job duties - joyfully and generously devoting his talent to the SORC Team, the Division and the University. Once a few people became aware of what he is capable of, the requests for his help started rolling in. He has worked on videos and designed posters for various departments. He sang the national anthem at a ballgame and participated in the “So You Think You Can Sing” competition with Athletics. During the summer of 2014, he filled in as the coordinator for New Student Orientation and in the spring of 2016 he took on the temporary role of director for SORC operations and events. He accommodates all of this on top of his many responsibilities in the SORC. And the case could be made that his job requires more dedication than most because the work often means very late nights, long weekends and doing things like white washing the Pride Walk asphalt every time our students are ready to re-paint it. Meanwhile, he is always joyful, never begrudging and so much fun to work with. We are very fortunate to have him on our team!
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