If you’ve ever been called an “emerging leader,” you may wonder the same thing as I have – when will I stop being “emerging” and be looked at as a leader? We have knowledge, background and passion for the work that we do and causes we support. What’s more, we probably even have experience volunteering in the front lines for organizations. Yet the leadership opportunities for millennials are sparse. According to the recent Millennial Impact Report, 77 percent of millennials are interested in leadership positions, but only 20 percent currently sit on boards or committees. So where’s the disconnect? Millennials say the top two reasons for not taking a more active leadership role is not having enough time and never being asked.