ISASSandiaPrepSchool
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Theme: Spark!

This event occurred on
November 16, 2013
8:00am - 3:00pm (UTC -7hrs)
Albuquerque, NM
United States

This event brings together students from schools in New Mexico to talk about issues important to them. Our event is in its fourth year, and includes students from Albuquerque Academy, Bosque School, and Sandia Preparatory School. Presentations run the gamut between ideas for supporting sustainable agriculture to starting a business, to issues of culture and civil rights in the world. This year, we will have Spanish language presentations and enjoy the insights of high school students in Albuquerque.

Sandia Preparatory School
532 Osuna NE
Albuquerque, NM, 87113
United States
Event type:
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Speakers

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Matt Stanasolovich

Film maker on his latest venture on the challenges of human relationships.

Taylor Chavez

Taylor is a 9th grade student at the Bosque School.

Shelby Rashap

Shelby is a 10th grade student at Bosque School.

Carina Kill

Carina is a sophomore at Sandia Prep School. She is a writer, a member of the poetry slam team, and loves sharing and listening to ideas. She hates public speaking.

Stephanie Lewis

Stephanie is a senior at Sandia Prep School. Stephanie chose to study the life and literature of Lorna dee Cervantes to learn about her feminist and progressive ideas about women.

Tea Praxedis Salazar

is a sophomore attending the Albuquerque Academy. She has been Class Officer for three years and is a member of the Academy Community Service Club and Half The Sky Women’s Youth Group. She also enjoys sports and plays volleyball, basketball, and tennis. Tea plans to pursue a career as an attorney protecting the civil rights of the members of her community.

Sally Midani

Sally Midani is a senior at Albuquerque Academy, and a student committed to community service and global outreach initiatives. She is a member of Albuquerque Academy's speech and debate team and has created two community service programs that strive to ensure extra educational opportunities for children with developmental disabilities, and inform children about health, nutrition, and sanitation. As a Syrian-American she has devoted much of her time to informing her peers about the ongoing conflict in Syria. She loves traveling, photography, and learning about new cultures.

Organizing team

Thomas
Gentry-Funk

Albuquerque, NM, United States
Organizer

Jill
Brown

Albuquerque, NM, United States
Co-organizer
  • Jill Brown
    Co-Organizer
  • Claudio Perez
    C-Organizer