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Zachary Ahmed

Zach epitomizes the idea of turning passion into both work and service. In his case, this passion is robotics. He served as captain of the world champion Rice University robotics team and has committed nearly 350 hours of service teaching robotics to…
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Austin James Arenz

When you review Austin’s achievements, you will notice a common theme: the title “president” or “captain” before nearly every activity. He served as president of his class and the student council, along with captain of the varsity cross country team,…
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Jonah Emory Benning-Shorb

It is hard to imagine a more well-rounded student leader than Jonah. His resume ranges from sports to music and student government to theater. He was captain of the tennis team and a member of the varsity cross country team. An award-winning vocalist…
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Brock L. Drevlow

Brock was a captain of his school’s award-winning speech and debate team, and a four-year Junior Ranger for the National Parks Service. An Eagle Scout, Brock supported a number of local organizations, including the Elks Club, the Rotary Club, the VFW…
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John Benjamin Hancock

Over the years, many of our GE-Reagan Foundation Scholars have been involved with 4H, but I am fairly certain we have never had a president of a state 4H board. Ben is just that – a third-generation 4H-er and president of Georgia 4H, leading 175,000 …
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Angelica Harris

Named one of New Orleans’ Best 40 Under 40 for her work founding Angelica’s Angels, this next Scholar turned her passion for golf into a service effort. Through her organization – which will be expanding to additional under served schools – she teach…
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Jordan Lopez

Jordan’s leadership philosophy is that it is not a position or title; rather, it is an action and example. He has employed that philosophy as he looks for opportunities to serve, committing countless hours to organizations that support cancer researc…
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Luz Memije

Number one in her high school class, Luz was vice president of the National Honor Society. Her strength in science and math led her receive the initiative award as vice president of the STEM association, an officer of the mad scientist club, and capt…
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Christine McDow

Driven by her own history of speech impediments, Christine strove to be a voice for those around her without one. As board president of her school’s Service Learning Board, she advocated for hungry and homeless families. She was the student represent…
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