Charles Page High School
Sand Springs, Oklahoma
I am honored to represent our 250,000 members as the national TSA president for the 2020-2021 school year. I am currently a senior at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, and this is my sixth year as a member of this association.
I have served as chapter vice president, regional vice president, state secretary, and state president.
Throughout high school I have been active in representing my school while serving on multiple advisory councils and
I have actively participated in many different organizations and clubs including marching band, National Honor Society, academic team, cross country, varsity tennis, as well as dancing with Tulsa Ballet’s Center for Dance Education.
TSA has been a constant in my education experience. In my six years, I have had the opportunity to meet like-minded students from across the country, grow my leadership skills, and be recognized for my work through the competitive
events program. My favorite events include Prepared Speech, Career Prep, and Extemporaneous Speech. Thank you so much for this opportunity to serve as your national TSA president. I am beyond excited to represent you and cannot wait
to see what this year will hold!
North High School
In 2015, I walked into a whole new world. I had just moved from Birmingham Alabama, and later that year I would begin my journey in TSA. I quickly found a new friend group, fun opportunities, challenging events, and so much more. As that
shy seventh grader, I never would have thought that I would lead such an amazing organization of 250,000 members that share the same passion for STEM.
Through TSA, I have learned many real-world, applicable skills such as leadership, time management, public speaking, and critical thinking. I am also active in Air Force Junior ROTC, National Honor Society, and my church. My interests
include aviation, astronautics, and refurbishing old electronics.
TSA has led me to make a personal goal to always improve myself no matter the circumstance. Using the skills I have learned, I plan to major in aerospace
engineering and pursue my private pilot’s license to push the limits of technology both within and beyond our atmosphere.
sister’s positive memories and lasting skills from TSA inspired me to join in 7th grade. During my first year in TSA, I became fond of the event Website Design and was inspired by the number of members who were passionate about their
respective competitions. I never saw myself as a leader, but my chapter advisor pushed me to inspire others with my passion for TSA. Now, I have been gifted with the opportunity to both represent TSA and spread the mission of our organization.
Caesar Rodney High School
Outside of TSA, I am a clarinet section leader of my school’s marching band. I am a member of the National Honor Society, and I volunteer for the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance. I am a freelance website developer, and
I also conduct data analysis through Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
TSA has allowed me to develop both my leadership and technical skills. I aspire to apply these leadership skills throughout my career. Through
Biotechnology Design, I discovered my interest in environmental science. After graduating from high school, I plan to major in environmental engineering and become a water policy scientist.
TREASURERSince middle school, I have competed in mainly speaking events such as Chapter Team and Prepared Presentation. However, through
TSA, I have discovered my passion for computer science by competing in Coding and SciVis.
Longview High School
When I first joined TSA, I never imagined the places it would take me and the lessons I would
learn. From competing in Prepared Speech at the national TSA conference as an introverted seventh grader to planning leadership conferences, I have cherished every moment in TSA and found the leader and voice within me. Now,
as I embark on my fifth year in TSA, I have the honor to serve as your national TSA treasurer.
Outside of TSA, I am a varsity tennis player, student representative of my school’s Zonta Club (a service organization devoted to advancing
the status of women through community involvement), and member of several honor societies.
TSA has given me the chance and environment to grow into the person that I am today, and I hope to help others do the same. In the future,
I aspire to become a patent lawyer and start a business in the app development field. I want to help lead this digital age in the hopes of using technology to help and connect others around the world.
REPORTERSome of TSA’s
competitions focus on areas that I am passionate about. By participating in events like Biotechnology Design, Engineering Design, and Digital Video Production, I know that I can be prepared for my future endeavors.
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
When I was in the 7th grade, I considered joining many clubs and organizations, but
TSA specifically caught my eye. I learned about the amazing opportunities that the organization offers. From competitive events to leadership positions and amazing conferences, TSA had everything that I was looking for. When
I signed up to be a member, I never imagined that I would have the opportunity to represent 250,000 students that will pioneer innovative success as our next national TSA reporter.
of TSA, I serve as the student school board representative, Science Olympiad officer, and a student council member. In my free time, I enjoy playing my alto saxophone, travelling the world, and spending time with my family and friends.
In the future, I plan to further my career in mechanical engineering, in order to develop technology that can solve world problems. TSA has provided me with the knowledge I need to face my next challenge.
SERGEANT-AT-ARMSOutside of TSA I am a competitive dancer,
dance teacher, and student council secretary. I am also involved in a health care explorers club and an active youth group member. My favorite TSA event is Biotechnology Design, because finding solutions to issues our world is facing today
is something that is very important to me.
Dickinson High School
Dickinson, North Dakota
My TSA journey began when I was only six months old. My mom is a chapter advisor, and I have been traveling to
national conferences with her since I was little. Growing up I always knew that I wanted to be a TSA member. I enjoyed going on trips, watching dragsters race, and seeing the cool projects everyone was doing. What I did not know, however,
was that this organization would change my life. I am so grateful for everything TSA has given me and I am honored to serve as your national TSA sergeant-at-arms.
I strive to learn something new every day and serve others as much as I can. Because of this, along with the many skills I have learned in TSA, I hope to pursue a career in medicine.
I could not be more excited for what lies ahead of me.