Announcing the National Youth Leadership Council Youth Advisors

Youth Advisory Council

The YAC is a team of young servant-leaders recognized for their dedication to promoting youth leadership, service-learning, and promoting educational achievement for all. The YAC advises NYLC on its programming — specifically the development of a National Campaign, the National Service-Learning Conference®, and other youth leadership trainings across the country — and brings a valuable youth perspective to the organization’s work. As a member, you will have the opportunity to bring forth your talents and strengths to push forward NYLC’s strategic focus on Developing Young Leaders through service-learning.

YAC Mission: Be a servant leader who addresses social inequities within their communities while advising NYLC through shared decision making and program planning, bringing valuable youth perspective to the organization’s work. (2011)

Meet the 2014-2016 Youth Advisory Council below:

Katy Dolan
Student, Harvard University
Danasia Eubanks
Student, Early/Middle College at Bennett
Sarah Gunderson
Student, Breck School
Connor Kirkpatrick
Student, Lincoln Charter School
Isaiah Lewis
Student, First Flight High School
Chelsi McFarland
Student, Robert Turner College and Career High School
Sheridan Sumouske
Student, Pueblo West High School
Soua Thao
Student, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
Shaurya (Shaun) Verma
Student, Johns Hopkins University
Devont’e Watson
Student, University of New Mexico
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  1. Excellent article, My Nephew. You make Old Unc proud. Keep it up. It’s encouraging to see a member of the family so dedicated, and so knowledgeable in this arena. Uncle Jeroyd

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