Honor Society:
A Society of Leaders
Academic recognition is often the culmination of individual hard work. Leadership is taking those talents and employing them in a way to build success and help others. Honor Society promotes high achievers to become leaders on campus and in their communities. As a national society, we work to connect our members with established leaders in business, politics, entrepreneurship, academic and entertainment worlds.

" If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader. "
–John Quincy Adams 


Leaders within our Society. Members Include:

Antonio Villaraigosa
Antonio Villaraigosa is an American politician who served as the 41st Mayor of Los Angeles, California from 2005 to 2013. During his tenure as Mayor, he gained national attention for his work and was featured in Time's story on the country's 25 most influential Latinos. He was the third Mexican American to have served as Mayor of Los Angeles, and the first in over 130 years.  He continues to be actively engaged in education, civic engagement, water, immigration, transportation, and economic development issues. 

Cobi Jones
Cobi Jones is an American former US World Cup soccer player. He is one of a significant group of American national team stars who returned from overseas to aid the then new Major League Soccer in 1996, beginning an 11-year spell with the Los Angeles Galaxy. Jones is the all-time leader in caps for the United States national team and a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Harold Tan
Harold Tan is a solar power entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of the SunJack, a portable solar charger. Harold is also the former CEO of Fast Track Fundraising, one of the leaders in education and charity fundraising supplies and good. He continues to be actively engaged in solar power education, entrepreneurship, and civic engagement.

Mike Moradian

Michael is currently serving as the Executive Director of Honor Society. Prior to Honor Society, Michael was the founder and CEO of two higher education startups; CampusBuddy.com and CollegeBudget.com. He was recognized as America's Best Young Entrepreneur in 2011 by Businessweek Magazine for his role in founding CampusBuddy.com. 




Leading with Compassion.
Honor Society Cares.