Adele Williams is a Senior at Northwest High School in Montgomery County. She has been active in student advocacy from a young age. Adele began serving as her middle school region, MCJC’s Historian, working to increase publicity. Since then, she has served as the MCR Community Relations Director to continue her work. Adele is excited to serve as the MASC Communications Director to spread MASCs outreach and get the students of Maryland excited for civic engagement.
In her free time, Adele is a daily anchor on her school’s televised morning announcements, Jag-TV. Additionally, she is very involved in theater and the music program. If you have any questions about all things MASC, feel free to reach out!
Grace Herron is a student in Harford County and is serving as a MASC Publications Coordinator.
Grace also serves as Harford County Regional Association of Student Councils (HCRASC)
treasurer and a middle school liaison in her community. Aside from student council, Grace likes
to sing with the Peabody Children’s Chorus, play the double bass in orchestra and participate in
swim team. She hopes this year to create eye-catching, informative newsletters to help spread
the amazing word of MASC!
In the past, Grace has served as MASC 2nd Vice President and supports the involvement of all
groups, including middle school students. She hopes to publish a middle school student
newsletter going over the basics of MASC and how to get involved. Grace is thrilled about the
upcoming year. Don’t hesitate to contact her!
Mia is a current junior at Brunswick High School and is thrilled to be apart of the MASC executive board. She is a Publications Coordinator and the current Chief of Staff for Brunswick High School as well as the Junior class President. She has been involved in extracurriculars such as Varsity Field Hockey and Lacrosse. As Publications coordinator she hopes to release monthly newsletters to communicate with the general members of MASC. She is ecstatic to get more involved on a regional and state-wide level.
Alana is a junior at Brunswick High School, and is excited to be apart of the MASC executive board as a Social Media Coordinator. She currently holds the position as secretary at Brunswick High School and is the Superintendent’s Cup Coordinator for FCASC. Other than participating in student council, she participates in extra curricular activities such as varsity cross country, cheer, and lacrosse, and plays the viola for the Brunswick High School Orchestra and the Urbana School of Strings. As a Social Media Manager for MASC, she hopes to use these platforms to connect with students all over Maryland and increase advocacy for MASC.
Hannah is very grateful for the opportunity to a Social Media Coordinator for the 2019-2020 academic year. She currently attends the Science and Mathematics Academy at Aberdeen High School as a senior. She is the HCRASC Green Team Coordinator and has actively been part of her school’s SGA since 8th grade. She is also involved in other extracurriculars like varsity tennis and volleyball as well as National Honor Societies such as Spanish, Science, and English. Hannah hopes to further effective communication and to bring in new members through gateways like social media.
Morgan Jones is a junior and is currently enrolled in the Cyber Security program at North Point High School for Science, Technology, and Industry. She is from CCASC and first got into student government from a friend telling her about it in the sixth grade, and soon enough she became actively involved. Morgan has been active on the school, county, state, and national levels throughout her student council career and is eager to continue participating. This year she is her schools SGA President and the CCASC Environmental Affairs Coordinator. She enjoys art, music, and community service in her free time. Morgan is very passionate about SGA and is looking forward to the upcoming school year and making a meaningful impact.
Cooper DeLauter plays the baritone, and plays ice hockey. While he is in MASC, he wants to increase middle school participation by advertising to his peers and advertising online with pictures.
Nickey is one of the three historians of MASC, and she loves photography. She is currently a rising freshman in Liberty High School, and is a member of the marching band. Her creative nature allows her to be a great addition to the Communications Department, and she contributes many good ideas. Nickey enjoys taking walks and hiking, along with swimming and dance. She assisted in a fundraiser to help raise money for people in Africa who don’t have access to water, called Walk for Water. She also raised money and materials for homeless shelters, to help those people in need. Some of Nickey’s ideas for the Communications Department are: staying connected with the historians along with the social media coordinators and creating videos for more social media platforms to spread awareness and information. This is her third year participating in Student Government, and she hopes to have a great and productive year.
Thomas is a sophomore at Huntingtown High School. He serves as the MASC Webmaster for the 2019-2020 school year, he is also the MASC Liaison for the Calvert Association of Student Councils. When not spending time with student government, Thomas can be found running Cross Country, indoor, and outdoor track. Thomas also enjoys being a member of his school’s NJROTC unit. Thomas spends his summers working, as a camp counselor, at local Nature Parks.