State Lead of Kentucky
Fifteen year old Preston Cobb believes that while teenagers are often underestimated, they have the power to enact lasting change. He attends Central Hardin High School in Kentucky, and in March 2018, his school held a walkout to show support for the victims of Parkland. Preston believes our nation must come together now more than ever. He believes that change will only begin when we are fearless. We must have action, and Preston plans to be at the forefront of this by working with Students for Social Change.
State Lead of Oregon
Juan Arriaga is a musician, student, friend, and most importantly, person who cares about his community. Juan organized and led a student walkout at his school on March 14th in protest of gun violence. Juan believes the key to fighting our country's problems is unity, and we should fight against things like gun violence as one. With this mindset, Juan has gathered support from both Republicans and Democrats in his campaign for City Council in Woodburn, Oregon.
State Lead of Idaho
McNay is a senior at Renaissance High School and has a passion for activism and social work. They have volunteered with organizing the Womxn's March, the March for Our Lives Walkout, and a local Sexual Assault Awareness Month Forum. They plan on majoring in Political Science and minoring in Gender and Ethnic Studies at a local university. Overall, they love seeing communities come together and supporting all of its members.
State Lead of Tennessee
Ronald Ewing is a STEM major from Montgomery County, TN. He is seventeen years old and currently attends Kenwood High School. Ronald has a passion for activism and public service, and he believes it is important to start conversations on pressing political issues with his peers. Ronald also organized the March 14th walkout for gun control in schools throughout his district.