I’m really glad to be a GAB Peer Ambassador, it is such an amazing group that makes a difference.
I decided to be a Peer Ambassador to make a difference in kids’ lives and help people who are being bullied.
This group has opened my eyes to how much of an impact our comments can have on one another and we should be positive lifting people up because you never know what they are struggling with. I also realized how I can help stop bullying and change people’s lives. My developing leadership skills and desire to help the community will contribute to the end of bullying and make the world a better place.
At the school I am also part of Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) and am in the Project Lead
the Way class human body systems. I participate in these because I am interested in becoming a
Pediatrician and enjoy working with science, medicine and kids.
I am also on the math team helping the team get first place in our conference and part of the club fighting
against corporate tobacco (FACT) to teach students about the dangers of tobacco.
I like to be active and am on the varsity tennis and JV softball teams at school and also enjoy skiing in the winter, swimming, and going up north with my family in the summer.