Congratulations to Sehaj Chand ('23) and Natalie Hatzung ('23), who were selected as Viking Christian Leaders for the month of September under “The Wisco Way Word": Unity. We thank God for the way Sehaj and Natalie have modeled servant leadership at school and in the community. Any student or staff member may nominate a student for the Viking Christian Leadership Award which is presented each month to one young man and one young woman.
Sehaj is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is a member at Atonement Lutheran, where he also attended grade school.
Currently a senior, Sehaj has participated in football, wrestling, track, Kindness Crew, and Viking Christian Leaders Academy.
In his spare time, Sehaj enjoys playing Minecraft and Clash Royale, spending time on YouTube, playing sports, and hanging out with friends and family.
After graduation from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, Sehaj is considering going into the trades and investing.
Sehaj characterizes unity in Christian leadership as loving each other in a Christian way, and not faking it.
Natalie is from Waukesha, Wisconsin. She is a member at Christ the Lord in Brookfield, where she also attended grade school.
Currently a senior, Natalie has participated in cross country, track and field, marching band, Jazz Ensemble, Viking Steel, Wisco Kids, and the musical. She has also been a part of NHS, Student Council, Plautz Fund, and Page Turners. She serves on the leadership team of WWW and is the president of VCLA.
Natalie has volunteered at her church by singing and playing trumpet for services, teaching Sunday School, and helping with childcare. She has also been on the junior staff at Camp Phillip.
In her spare time, Natalie enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing board games, listening to music, and encouraging friends in any way possible.
Natalie is being sworn in to the National Guard next week and will be trained as a combat medic. She plans to study nursing at WLC after her gap year of training.
Natalie characterizes unity in Christian leadership as focusing only on Christ as the thing that unifies us all and putting aside any other differences.