Elected Officers

Bryce Awono

President


“An advocate at heart and a student leader in action”

Bryce is a senior at Parkdale High School in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Since 7th grade, Bryce has been a voice for his peers, consistently advocating on their behalf and fighting for change. This has led Bryce to a career of service tackling both civic and social issues.

Serving as MASC President works to ensure that all delegates are equipped with the skills and resources necessary to achieve a civic efficacy that enables them to become problem-solvers driving solutions in their communities.

 

During his free time, Bryce serves as the Captain of his school’s Mock Trial Team the Parkdale Practitioners, programming as a front-end web developer and writing.


Jesse Harris

1st Vice President

 

Jesse Harris, Jr. is a junior at St. Mary’s Ryken High School and began his leadership development in the sixth grade. Since then, he has served in student government in several capacities and now proudly serves as the 1st Vice President of the Maryland Association of Student Councils. In addition to student government, Jesse enjoys promoting student advocacy and civic engagement. Therefore, he serves on the Maryland Youth Advisory Council to advocate for student related bills in the Maryland General Assembly. His advocacy platform includes climate change action, equitable school funding, school safety, and mental health. Other platform planks focus on MASC’s communication methods and divisional organization.

 

In his free time, Jesse enjoys playing the viola in his school’s orchestra, rock climbing, traveling, and meeting new people. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to him!


Maggie Rathgeb

2nd Vice President


Maggie Rathgeb is and eighth grader from Northern MIddle School in Calvert County who is so glad to be serving as MASC 2nd VP. Maggie has always been inspired by student leadership, which helped lead her into MASC. She has been a delegate of MASC since sixth grade. She has served on her county executive board for the last two years as well as being her school’s Student Government Association president. Outside of student council, she swims competitively and loves to travel.


Adhvayith Sriram

Treasurer

Adhvayith Sriram is a senior at Poolesville High School in Baltimore County. He has been involved in his school SGA, MCR, and MASC for the past 7 years.

He has been involved with student leadership for several years as a workshop presenter, executive board member, as well as an advocator. Adhvayith has worked towards increasing student leadership as well as advocating for key legislation that benefits students throughout Maryland. As Treasurer, Adhvayith hopes to increase the availability of student leadership opportunities to students as well as increasing involvement in MASC.

During his free time, Adhvayith plays cricket competitively, captains his robotics team at school, and is an avid skier during the wintertime.