hi! my name is Lyndsey, and I’m in the 10th grade! I’m really excited to be here and participate in this workshop with you all! I can’t wait to learn and hear the different conversations and opinions!!
Introducing the 2021 Youth Media Leadership Workshop Participants
My name is Ana Isabel. I am Dakota Ojibwe, Lao and Puebla and I have lived my entire life in Minnesota. I am currently studying to be an HVAC Technician and have a love for stories that takes up all my spare time. I want to live in a world where the stories of people like me are told and are valued.
My name is Angelina Tuggle. I am 17 and a junior at the Mount Vernon School. I am in many organizations such as Jack and Jill of America, National charity league, and the National Honors society. I have many hobbies I enjoy such as playing the ukulele and crocheting.
My name is Meredith Baynton. I am 17 and a junior and Mount Vernon School. I am a dancer, but also have a strong passion for digital design and arts, such as film and photography. I am very interested in getting more involved in these types of arts, as I eventually want to take this...
Hi! My name is Regan Kelly. I am 16 and a current junior at The Mount Vernon School in Atlanta, Georgia. Some of my favorite things to do are hang out with friends, go on drives and listen to music.
Melina Kritikopoulos is an 18-year-old aspiring writer and poet. She is the co-editor-in-chief and a staff writer for her school’s newspaper, where she has a book column and edits and produces the paper’s podcast. In her spare time, she enjoys writing short stories and poems, and she has been writing a novel since the summer of 2019 and a series of shorts since March of 2020. Her greatest writing inspirations are J.D. Salinger, James Baldwin, Pseudonymous Bosch, and Maya Angelou. In all her work, she hopes to inspire others and uplift the voices of the communities she is part of.
With over 20 years of teaching youth and adults, media production, instructional design, and design thinking, I bring an innovative and student center-based approach to teaching, production, and multimedia projects. He has for the past 22 years taught media courses at Mt. Pleasant High School in In-Design, Illustrator, Premiere, and Illustrator; William Cavada studied art education with a concentration in conceptual art at San Francisco State University, earning a fine arts degree, and continued his studies with a master’s in Instructional Technology from San Jose State University.