Anne was recently appointed to the 2015 National Youth Leadership Council of Jane Goodall's Roots and Shoots, an organization dedicated to conservation.
Daly, a recent Wayland High School graduate, volunteers for many different organizations in the greater Boston area. She has been recognized for her dedication and service to others.
Declan Nolan has recently graduated Wayland High School as a senior and published his first short film Ross, about the issues he will be speaking of, during his high school years.
Gabi, a musician and high school student, has been playing guitar since she was eight. Mostly self taught she plays jazz and hopes to continue in college. Gabi shares her love of music by teaching other aspiring musicians.
Hugh is a high school student interested in technology and entrepreneurship.
Jack is a middle school student and enthusiastic amateur astronomer.
Lila is a high school student and recently self identified feminist.
My name is Naiya Davis and I am currently a senior in high school. I have a passion of wanting everyone around me to feel comfortable in their own skin and have their individuality without being stereotyped. My Ted-Talk is about comments that we may said intentionally and unintentionally that discriminate against our families and friends. These types of comments are called Micro-aggressions. I tell the audience about my journey of facing micro-aggressions in a predominately white school and also being a micro-aggressor without realizing it, and why it brought me to Wayland High School stage.
Nour is a student at Wayland High School.
When Rachel gave this talk, she was a high school senior. Currently, she is an undergraduate at Northwestern University.
Sylvia Lagor is a middle school student and a self identified introvert.
Tachianna is a recent graduate of Wayland High School.
Will is a member of his high school a cappella group the T-tones, and is a passionate beat boxer.