Hi! My name is Mariam and I do Cross Country and run Track & Field. I am involved in Youth United Way and am the Vice-President of my school’s BSU. What I want to accomplish in my position is to make the Operations Department run efficiently!
Jhanvee Patel is a student at Northwest High School in Montgomery County. She enjoys running workshops and advocating for student involvement in politics. She hopes to help facilitate meaningful workshops that inspire participation in student politics. Aside from student advocacy, Jhanvee participates in competitive tennis as the captain of her tennis team and is a producer of her school’s news show, fighting to advance student input in administrative decisions.
DeJuan Woods is a senior at Thomas Stone High School in Charles County, Maryland. He has been involved in student government for over seven years and is beyond thrilled to serve as an MASC Student Workshop Coordinator in his final year of high school! DeJuan has been involved with student government on a school, county, and state level. Over the past year, DeJuan has served as Student Government President (SGA) and National Honor Society President (NHS) for Thomas Stone High School. He also served on the MASC Executive Board as Service Coordinator. He now currently holds the honor of serving as the 26th Student Member of the Board of Education for Charles County!
Aside from student government, DeJuan is currently a two-term President of his school’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) and President of his school’s chapter of the International Thespian Society (ITS). He also serves as Corresponding Secretary for his school’s Student Government Association (SGA). In addition, DeJuan participates in Thomas Stone’s Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Choir, manages the Girls Varsity Field Hockey & Lacrosse Teams, and swims for Thomas Stone’s Swim Team. He also sings in his school’s premier acapella group, which he is a founding member of, the ThomasTones. DeJuan looks forward to recruiting and training upcoming student presenters for MASC workshops and ensuring the quality of workshops is up to MASC standards. He hopes to have a successful year working with his fellow SWC’s for the 2019-2020 school year!
Samantha Warfel is a freshman at Hereford High School in Baltimore County. This year, she is serving as the corresponding secretary on the MASC executive board. In her position, Samantha hopes to ensure that each group which impacts MASC for the better is made aware of how much they impact our organization, and every student leader within it. Samantha loves meeting new people, and connecting with students from all over! She also enjoys service based clubs, and is a dancer outside of school.
Judy Nguyen is a sophomore at Leonardtown High School enrolled in the Academy of Global International Studies. She is the Class President and SMASC First Vice President. Other extracurriculars she is involved in is MUN and orchestra.
Udai Singh is a senior at Poolesville High School in Montgomery County. As evaluations coordinator this year, he hopes to implement and utilize insightful surveys that reflect the opinions of event attendees and create progressive plans to refine the operations of MASC. In his free time, he enjoys running half-marathons, selling high end sneakers, and trying new food.
Richard Kyaw is a student in St. Mary’s County. He has served previously on the MASC Executive Board as the Second Vice President of St. Mary’s Association of Student Councils. For SY 20 he serves directly to the MASC Executive board as an Evaluations Coordinator. In addition, he is the current treasurer of the St. Mary’s Association of Student Councils. One of the most important priorities for Richard this year is to maximize efficiency while prospering growth.
Ian is serving as Parliamentarian this year. In his free time, he enjoys playing piano for his school’s Marching Band and Jazz Band. He hopes to help everyone become fluent in parliamentary procedure by the end of the year!