Elected Officers

Presenting the 2023-2024 MASC Officers

Angelina Xu

Richard Montgomery High School
Montgomery County

Bio: Angelina Xu (she/her) is a senior at Richard Montgomery High School in Montgomery County, where she is enrolled in the International Baccalaureate program. In MASC, she has previously served as the 1st Vice President and Division 4 Liaison to increase involvement from all areas within each region. Within the Montgomery County Regional Student Government Association (MCR-SGA), she serves as an Advocacy Initiatives Director and previously as Legislative Affairs Director. She has also worked as a Class Treasurer for the past three years. Outside of student government, she has been a countywide champion for her school’s debate team and a co-founder of Compostology, a youth-led non-profit dedicated to implementing school composting and food recovery programs across Maryland. In her free time, she enjoys creating dozens of new Spotify playlists and shooting films for her film class!

During her term as President, Angelina hopes to empower Maryland’s youth to become the leaders of the present. With MASC’s second year back in person, she is dedicated to ingraining a welcoming and supportive environment into every MASC event so that students take away a lifetime of memories.

Anousha Khan

1st Vice President
Frederick County

Bio: Anousha Khan (she/her) is a senior from Frederick County (FCASC). She has been attending MASC events since 7th grade and this is her 3rd and final year on MASC’s executive board- a very bittersweet achievement. Previously, she has served as the Division 6 Liaison and Operations Director. Outside of MASC, she serves as a Student Representative on the Frederick County Public Schools Racial Equity Committee and is a member of various clubs and societies including Mu Alpha Theta (Math Honors Society), Academic Team, Fashion Club, and is also starting a Muslim Student Association at her school. Aside from the growing list of extracurriculars, she is Dually enrolled at her local community college taking pre-law courses and intends on going into law in the future. The biggest thing that compelled Anousha to get involved in MASC is its sense of community and willingness to help others grow, she hopes she can facilitate this for Maryland leaders and set an example for those who come after her.

Siya Jain

2nd Vice President
Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School
Anne Arundel County

Bio: Siya Jain (she/her) is an 8th grader at Chesapeake Science Point Public Charter School in Anne Arundel County. At her school, she has been involved in Student Council since 6th grade, where she discovered her passion for advocacy and leadership. Before being elected as 2nd-Vice President, she served as the Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils (CRASC) Middle School Coordinator to increase middle school leadership involvement within her county. Siya is empathetic, friendly, and creative. She enjoys graphic designing, photography, and presenting workshops! In her free time, Siya loves to listen to music by creating an endless amount of Spotify playlists and spending time with friends and family. Siya is focusing on expanding middle school opportunities, increasing participation in the Action In Middle School Committee, and ensuring transparency during her term.

Lumina Zhang

Winston Churchill High School
Montgomery County


Bio: Lumina Zhang (she/her) is a junior at Winston Churchill High School in Montgomery County. She has been involved in student leadership in her school, county, and statewide student governments. From 2022-2023, she served in MASC as the Division 4 Liaison, where she focused on closing the opportunity gap and ensuring equity. Lumina is also the Co-Founder and Co-President of Eco MoCo, a student-led organization that advocates for the environment while providing leadership opportunities. At school, she is the president of multiple student organizations, including EcoArt, Pop for a Cause Churchill, and the Chinese Honor Society. Outside of advocacy, Lumina enjoys playing piano, singing, composing music, and trying on business casual outfits. This year, as MASC Treasurer, Lumina is excited to implement her F.I.S.H.Y. (Fundraise, Innovate, Sustain, Help, Your Voice) plan to bring MASC to the next level as an organization and to ensure that no student ever doubts (or feels fishy!) about their place in leadership.