Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine.
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Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced the students named to his office’s Teen Ambassador Board for the 2018-19 school year.
More than 300 students representing 52 Ohio counties are participating. All are high school juniors or seniors representing more than 160 schools across the state.
The Teen Ambassador Board provides future leaders an inside look at Ohio law and government. Board members advise the attorney general’s office on teen issues, work on solutions, attend presentations, hear from elected officials, and participate in events all over the state.
This year’s kick-off meeting will be in August.
Students from the area taking part:
- Jacob Lyons, Anthony Wayne High School
- Zaynab Lazreq, Maumee Valley Country Day School
- Aneesa Shaikh, Maumee Valley Country Day School
- Jennifer Ngo, Notre Dame Academy
- Samantha Fischer, Ottawa Hills High School
- Mackenzie Urbina, Toledo Early College
- Nikolas McNeal, Clay High School
- Stephane Granato, Maumee Valley Country Day School
- Aly Soltan, Maumee Valley Country Day School
- Feliciana Garza, Morrison R. Waite High School
- Gracie Bennett, Notre Dame Academy
- Olivia Dickman, Notre Dame Academy
- Sarah Faisal, Notre Dame Academy
- Tierney Sturgeon, Notre Dame Academy
- Lauren Rownd, Ottawa Hills High School
- Cassandra Petrey, Toledo Early College
- Kent Heiser, Bellevue High School
- Lexi Weyer, Edison High School
- McClain Farley, Perkins High School
- Augustine Frohnen, Calvert High School
- Jordan Paul Siefer, Bluffton Exempted Village High School
- Emily Warnimont, Miller City High School
- Jake Stucker, Bowling Green Senior High School
- Kiran Dzur, Maumee Valley Country Day School
- Julia Kelly, Perrysburg High School
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