Carmelli Leal is the Special Issues Director for the 2019-2020 school year. Since starting her involvement in student government in sixth grade, Carmelli has fallen in love with cooperating with others to advocate for fellow students and the issues that they face. She is particularly passionate about the environment, mental health, and women’s rights. After her first regional general assembly meeting, she was hooked and started on the path that led her to be on the MASC Executive Board. She is currently attending Eastern Technical High School in Baltimore County as a junior. Outside of MASC, Carmelli loves to stay active in school and in her community. In school, she is in engaged in several extracurriculars including the Future Business Leaders of America, jazz band, student government, volleyball, and her class organization. Outside of school, she volunteers as a student tutor and volunteers at the Baltimore Veteran Affairs Medical Center. This year, Carmelli hopes to have a successful year in working with her department as efficient as possible and working to advocate for special issues for youth in the state of Maryland.
Navi is HCRASC’s Vice President, a region that is beloved to her and that she’s never humble about. She started off as Charitable Activities coordinator for her school’s SGA and region- due to loving the feeling of helping her community, she thought she might as well tackle state ;). Navi wants to bring that excitable energy, creativity, inclusivity, and hands on experience to MASC’s services this year. So, Let’s not be afraid to get our hands dirty this year! Navi is a senior, but she is a child at heart
Hi! My name is Anusha and I am a service coordinator for MASC. I’m in 8th grade and go to Roberto Clemente Middle School. I am a Special Elections Director in my regional SGA and vice president in my school. I love to play the violin in the Maryland Youth Orchestra and do traditional bharatanatyam dance. I also love to play volleyball with MVSA and horse-back ride. My favorite show is the flash (don’t hate me) and I enjoy reading and taking photos in my free time. I also participate in the Young Artists of America theater group which I love! And of course, I am very passionate about SGA and student advocacy! This year I hope to aid other counties in creating service projects and service days as well as planning our own! You can contact me any time at firstname.lastname@example.org or on instagram @anushakrish2012!
Jayshree is currently a junior at Mount Hebron High School in Howard County. She is honored to, once again, serve as a school safety liaison because she strongly believes that a positive school climate is instrumental to student achievement. This year, she is also serving as the sole student representative on the Advisory Board to the Maryland Center for School Safety (MCSS) Subcabinet. She hopes to use this position to bridge the gap between student leaders and adults in power through the establishment of more initiatives to spread the work of MCSS and a student advisory board. Outside of MASC, Jayshree loves to dance, give back to the community, and spend time with friends and family. She is beyond excited for the year to come!
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Olivea is a senior at Westlake High school in Charles County. She will serve as School Safety Liasion for 2019-2020 and is very excited to do so. She is involved in Student Government at her high school and currently holds the position of Class President for 2020. While participating in Student Government, she maintains 4.0+ GPA. After school, she’s involved in soccer and track. She also is involved in multiple clubs inside and outside of school including Key Club, International Club, Top Teens of America and Spanish Club.
Emily Kerns is the Diversity and Equity Affairs Coordinator for the 2019-2020 school year. She has been active in student government since 8th grade, and has been in love ever since. She is extremely passionate about student and youth advocacy and leadership. She also currently serves as the regional president of CCASC. Last year, she served as MASC Service Coordinator. She has also served as school liaison to her county’s Board of Education and SGA President at her school. Emily is a senior at McDonough High School in Charles County. Outside of student government, Emily plays volleyball and is a Girl Scout. Emily is excited for her position because it provides her with a chance to further diversify and educate the students of MASC and Maryland to become more united than ever.