Ryle High School
When I first heard about TSA in my freshman year of high school, I knew I had to be involved in the organization. I have been passionate about STEM all my life, and I was able to pursue this interest in my sophomore year as a founding member of my school's
TSA chapter. I value being able to serve others through TSA, and I have done so as chapter treasurer, Kentucky central region president, state reporter, and state president-elect. Now, I am honored to represent TSA as the national treasurer.
Outside of TSA, I like being engaged in my community. I founded a student organization, SpeakOut, which provides public speaking and civic engagement educational resources and opportunities for youth, initiated by youth. I compete and serve as the
captain of the speech and debate team, and I hold leadership positions in technology non-profits and various organizations like the National Honor Society, Math Honor Society, and Multicultural Society. Additionally, I enjoy playing the piano,
ice skating, traveling, and hanging out with friends.
TSA has been impactful in helping me become who I am today, and I am deeply grateful for all the friendships and memories I have made. Further, I like applying my different interests to TSA events. My favorite competitions are Extemporaneous Speaking,
Prepared Presentation, and Promotional Design. Competing and networking have taught me valuable life skills, and I am excited to help others make the most of their TSA journey.