Samantha Warfel is an avid student council member, animal lover, and social butterfly! She is a passionate advocate for women’s issues and a self-proclaimed politics enthusiast. Samantha can always be found striking up a conversation with someone new, watching TED talks on YouTube, or reading an article on the latest celebrity buzz.
Mia Martinez is a senior at Brunswick High School in Frederick County. She is greatly involved in student councils at all levels and is Frederick County’s Student Member of the Board of Education for the 2020-2021 school year. Mia was a dancer for 10 years but soon became a Varsity field hockey captain in addition to running track and playing lacrosse. In her free time, Mia has found a passion for spin classes and often leads on the podium! Mia is ecstatic to be working with students from all over Maryland and with MASC again this year!
Ryan Coffey is a senior at Hereford High School in Baltimore County. He has been involved in student council for over five years and is thrilled to be a part of MASC Appointed Staff. Outside of MASC, Ryan is the Managing Editor of his school newspaper and involved in the creation of his school’s Literary Magazine. His favorite food is nachos and he is committed to the task of finding the best nachos in the state of Maryland.
Paige is a rising Freshman in the Calvert Association of Student Councils. She has been involved in student government for almost four years. This year she is serving as her regional Secretary. Paige is excited to gain more leadership skills and network with student leaders across the state. During her free time, Paige enjoys writing, singing, and taking part in her school’s broadcasting program.
Alana Gantley is a rising senior at Brunswick High School in Frederick County. Alana has been greatly involved in student council within the school, region, and state levels, and is excited to continue her experience serving again on their executive boards this year. Outside of MASC, she is apart of her school’s varsity cross country, cheerleading, and track teams, plays the viola and ukulele, and volunteers for Special Olympics. In the future, she hopes to major in Biology at a college near the beach, and become a neonatologist. Alana loves meeting new people and looks forward to working with students across the state of Maryland!
Morgan Jones is a senior 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 years and is eager to continue participating. This year she is her school SGA President and plays on the varsity field hockey team. She enjoys art, music, and community service in her free time. Morgan is very passionate about SGA and is looking forward to making a meaningful impact.