Say Hello to the Youth Emcees

As is the norm at the National Service-Learning Conference, youth attendees play an integral role in its success. One of the easiest ways for youth to get involved is by becoming a youth emcee. Youth emcees assist NYLC by leading the program on the plenary stage.

Say “hello” to the #SLC17 Youth Emcees:

Ayah Al-Ansari, Qatar Foundation International
Al-Ansari is a junior at Raba’a Al-Adewiya School in Doha, Qatar. An aspiring doctor, she enjoys debating, volunteering, and giving back to her community.

Madison Furnas, Benson High School
Furnas is a junior at Benson High School in Benson, Arizona. She is involved in FBLA, National Road Safety Ambassadors, Student Council, National Honor Society, Miss Helldorado 2016, basketball, boxing, track, and is the Co-Chair of Distracted Driving on the Arizona Governor’s Youth Commission.

Jennifer Lee, Oregon Episcopal School
Lee attends Oregon Episcopal School in Portland, Oregon. She is a first-generation Vietnamese American with a passion for service.

Arianna Rahimian, Oregon Episcopal School
Rahimian is a senior at Oregon Episcopal School in Portland, Oregon. A previous attendee of the National Service-Learning Conference, she is excited to share her enthusiasm for service.

Abby Schaubroeck, New Castle Senior High School
Schaubroeck is a sophomore at New Castle Senior High School in New Castle, Pennsylvania. In her free time, she enjoys ballet, reading, traveling, and the outdoors. She is also an adoptee from the People’s Republic of China.

Ricky Yoo, North Gwinnett High School
Yoo is a junior at North Gwinnett High School in Suwanee, Georgia. He is involved in the North Gwinnett Student Leadership Team, Freshmen Mentoring Team, Relay for Life Advisory Board, Model Atlanta Regional Commission, Suwanee Youth Leaders, Smile Society, and many more. He is also a member of the NYLC YAC.

To learn about #SLC17’s keynote speakers: