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Valeria Lopez, a 12th-grade student at Sunnyside High School participating in YVCC's Running Start program, has demonstrated remarkable leadership and community impact through her involvement with the Youth Leadership Council. As the 2024 Miss Yakima County and a dedicated CNA at Multicare Yakima Memorial Hospital’s Psychiatric Unit, she balances her academic pursuits with meaningful community service. Additionally, Valeria is an intern for a State Representative candidate in District 15, showcasing her commitment to public service. Her diverse talents also include participation in 509 All-Star Cheer Athletics and Ballet Folklórico.
Indiana is currently in the 12th grade and is attending Selah High School. Indiana is looking forward to making a positive impact in our community while highlighting a youth perspective. Some of her favorite activities include writing, reading, tennis, skiing, and baking.
Angel Gonzalez, a 12th-grade student at Sunnyside High School, is also enrolled in the YVCC Running Start program. Angel enjoys listening to music, quality time with family, and actively contributes to his community through volunteering, reflecting his commitment to making a difference.
Brissa Gonzalez, a senior at Sunnyside High School, is making the most of her education by participating in the YVCC Running Start program. She finds joy in drawing, cherishes time spent with family and friends, enjoys fishing, and loves to explore the great outdoors.
Luna Tumber, a 9th grader at Davis High School, has embraced a more open-minded approach since joining the Youth Leadership Council. Luna's interests are diverse, including hiking, basketball, volleyball, as well as cooking and baking. She also enjoys unwinding by listening to music while reading.