Adelaide Clemence is a senior student at Clements High School. She is a powerful public speaker and is not apprehensive about assuming leadership roles. Adelaide’s quick problem-solving skills allow her to address and articulate challenges while offering mindful solutions because of her interest in current events. Adelaide is heavily involved in community services and political activities. She served on the Sugar Land Mayor Youth Council and interned at county, state, and federal government offices. She graduated from Congressman Troy Nehls’ Youth Academy. She is a CYF Youth Director and has received various awards from organizations, the community, and government leaders. The recognition includes "Outstanding Community Service" from Congressman Pete Olson, "Volunteer of the Year" in 2021, and Extraordinary Service, Leadership, and Dedication as a Youth Leader in 2022. Adelaide is interested in debating and writing.
"I believe that joining the CYF youth leadership and editor group will not only be beneficial but also an enriching and unforgettable journey. We're creating a positive impact, honing our skills, and building lasting friendships along the way".
Hannah Hu is a high school student at the Emery/Weiner School. She is an aspiring writer and loves studying language and psychology. She has received awards such as the President’s Volunteer Award, Scholastic Writing Gold Key, and Winner of the iWrite Publishing Program Short Story and Article. She enjoys exploring new things, improving her skills, spending time with her loved ones. From her editing experiences with the Clemence Youth Foundation (CYF), she develops knowledge of the government and law as well as the leadership skills.
“The volunteering programs at CYF are very unique and engaging. I enjoyed expanding my knowledge of the legal system, enhancing my editing skills, and have lots of fun working along with my peers!”
Olivia Zhang, currently a sophomore at Clements High School, is a passionate individual who enjoys both the exploration of new ideas and the art of dance. She has been drawn to the world of dance since childhood, and it continues to hold a special place in her heart. Olivia has participated in various dance competitions, including the Universal Ballet Competition and Youth America Grand Prix, where she received 1st place and top 12. Aside from her love for dance, Olivia also has an interest in writing and a curiosity for understanding complex concepts. She finds joy in exploring new possibilities to further enhance herself. In addition, her involvement with the Clemence Youth Foundation has provided her with valuable experiences in leadership and communication, contributing to her personal growth.
"I'm grateful to be a part of the Clemence Youth Foundation and editor group; it's a wonderful opportunity for personal growth and to contribute to a meaningful cause.”