My name is Addison Carson, and I am a Sophomore at the Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles. As future leaders, our generation must work to achieve justice outcomes in as many areas as possible. I believe that JCJ does extremely important work, and I appreciate how high school students are encouraged to play an active role in the legislative process. Outside of JCJ, I’m a teen volunteer for a mental health crisis hotline. I also enjoy spending time with family and friends in my free time!
My name is Mo Scott, and I am a freshman at Milken Community School in Los Angeles. I’m most excited to work with JCJ to help pass gun violence prevention legislation. Outside of school, I play club and high school soccer.
My name is Delilah Bank, and I am in the 8th grade at Geffen Academy in Los Angeles. I’ve long had a passion for social justice, and I want to help people and change the world. I also love soccer and musical theatre, and currently am in a regional production of Ragtime at 5 Star Theatricals.
My name is Simon Bank, and I am a junior at Geffen Academy. I’m deeply passionate about social justice and looks forward to furthering this passion as a Micah D. Bycel fellow. I’m also an avid soccer player and reader.
My name is Maya Graff Weisner, and I am a 9th grader at Girls Academic Leadership Academy in Los Angeles. I am passionate about social justice and the issue I’m most excited to work on with JCJ is gender equity. In my free time, I play soccer, do musical theater, and travel. In the future, I want to help the community through service and volunteering.