Aisling McMullen is a senior in high school taking dual enrollment courses. Working towards completing her Bachelors Degree in Political Science, she plans to apply her interests in politics and social justice to a career where she can make a difference. In her freetime she travels the country with the West Coast Pageant Productions team to attend and produce 6 state pageants a year, and continues work with her platform Empowered Women Empower Women.
Alaina is a 17-year-old senior at McDaniel High School. With a 4.1 GPA and member of the Youth Action Council, she plans to attend college in the fall of 2022 to seek a degree in business and marketing. Her ambition is to work as a brand manager in the entertainment industry. Alaina puts her best foot forward as a champion Irish dancer who has performed all over the Pacific Northwest.
Kiana is an 18-year-old freshman attending the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University. Inspired by medicine, she is studying neuroscience along with dance as a minor. Kiana strives to make a difference, especially as an advocate for mental health and has educated youth and adults around the nation. In addition to her mental well-being dedication, she has had a passion for physical well-being through dance since the age of 3.
Lilly is a freshman at Oregon State University, originally from Northwest Oregon. She enjoys a variety of activities, including soccer, pole vaulting, and volunteering in her community. One of her biggest accomplishments is being a 3-time state champion basketball player. Her platform “No more stolen sisters” reflects her commitment to her culture, being a member of the Quinault Indian Nation. Her career interests lie in the fashion industry.
Lilly is a 17-year-old student, at Portland Community College, finishing up her general education to pursue goals in fashion/ design, and own a successful business of her own someday. Lilly also works full-time as a stylist. Lilly is a big supporter of small businesses and and an advocate for mental health, self-love, body positivity, equality, and social justice. You can always find Lilly doing whatever most to help others.
Lily Brown is a seventeen-year-old senior at Roseburg High School. Lily hopes to attend Boise State University in the fall to study Business Administration. As an advocate for school safety, Lily has created the social movement #saferschools to promote safety on all campuses. Lily is a competitive dancer and has won numerous awards in various styles of dance. Lily is also a local barista and seeks to literally and figuratively fill everyone’s cup.
Mira is a 17-year-old junior at OSU, studying creative writing and psychology. She hopes to inspire others to reach for their dreams through her creations of choreography, music, novels and screenplays. While partaking in community service, Mira has found her true calling in life: to become a teacher, helping students on their academic journey and supporting their goals. She believes in equality and that all children deserve an excellent education.
Marin is a 17-year-old senior at Roseburg High School. Maintaining a 4.0 GPA, she serves as ASB President, President of Interact Club, Brain Bowl, and Cryptic Crossword Club, and Vice-President of National Honor Society. Marin is also an impactful community leader, founding and directing four equity-based initiatives, and serving as Youth Advocacy/Outreach Leader and Faith-Community Liaison for Every Child. She is a dancer and a commercial artist. Marin plans to pursue a law career.
Marley is a fifteen-year-old sophomore at Milwaukie High. She enjoys playing volleyball, family time, hanging with friends, and maintaining a 4.0 GPA. Marley is passionate about athletics and advocates for WePlay, an organization helping underprivileged youth fund sports. After graduating, Marley plans to attend the University of Oregon and pursue a career in the medical field. In her freetime you can find Marley making others laugh with her sense of humor.
Perla is an 18-year-old freshman at Lane Community College. With a plan to create her own business and nonprofit organization one day, she is currently pursuing an associate’s degree in business management. Based on her own athletic experiences, Perla has become passionate about speaking on the importance of mental health within athletes with her social media campaign, The Mindful Minds Project. She also enjoys hiking, running, and spending time with her friends and family.
Tessa, 14, is homeschooled from Otis. Tessa loves the theater; she has been in over 20 plays since she was four years old. Tessa has dyslexia, this has made it more difficult for her to memorize her roles, but with help from family and friends she has always been able to reach her goals. After high school, Tessa would like to get a degree in Theater Arts.
Zul, 17, is a senior at Westview High School and plans to attend her local community college in the fall of 22. She will then complete her associates degree and transfer to her dream college ASU. Whitin in her community Zul started her social media movement, #loveislove, to spread awareness to the experiences of the LGBTQ community. She plans to speak publicly to schools all over the country in hopes to spread awareness to the youth.
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