SETH MAGAZNER: “YOUNG LEADERS” AWARD

Treasurer Magaziner honors 57 high school juniors in Rhode Island with ‘Young Leader’ Award

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Rhode Island Treasurer Seth Magaziner recognized fifty-seven high school juniors from across the Ocean State with the Young Leader Award. 

 

The award is presented to high school juniors in the state of Rhode Island who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in math, economics, finance and business-related courses, and is active in his or her community.

 

The Treasurer presented the 2019 Young Leader Award to the following students:

 

Jorge A. Vargas, Academy for Career Exploration (ACE)

 

Juliana E. Johnson, Barrington Christian Academy

 

Owen Voigt, Barrington High School

 

Aidan C. Piekarski, Beacon Charter School

 

Robert Whalen, Bishop Hendricken High School

 

Barthima Nyeswa, Blackstone Academy Charter School

 

Devon J. Gravel, Burrillville High School

 

Leslie Henriquez, Central Falls Senior High School

 

Lina Altaan Al Hariri, Central High School

 

Ayanna Rowe, Classical High School

 

Zachary A. Crute, Coventry High School

 

Colin J. Theilig, Cranston Area Career Technical Center

 

Matthew D. Mellor, Cranston High School East

 

George K. Cacchiotti, Cranston High School West

 

Daniela Munoz, Cumberland High School

 

Dory J. Aine, Dr. Jorge Alvarez High School

 

Morgan Elizabeth Prior, East Greenwich High School

 

Jordan Durfee, East Providence High School

 

Cassidy Martins, East Providence Career and Technical Center

 

Angel A. Pichardo De La Cruz, E-Cubed Academy

 

Malinda P. Fry, Exeter-West Greenwich Regional High School

 

Jose Quintanilla, Hope High School

 

Dylan Prew, Jacqueline M. Walsh School for the Performing and Visual Arts

 

Christopher L. Flanagan, Johnston Senior High School

 

Colby Acciardo, Lincoln Senior High School

 

Keegan Bonds-Harmon, Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center

 

Regan H. McEnroe, Middletown High School

 

Matthew H. Andrews, Moses Brown School

 

Juan J. Fernandez Castellanos, Mount Pleasant High School

 

Aidan Turner, Mount St. Charles Academy

 

Madison E. Rodriques, Mt. Hope High School

 

Aiden J. Moran, Narragansett High School

 

Ryan F. Duarte, NEL/CPS Construction Career Academy

 

Nathan A. Murphy, Newport Area Career and Technical Center

 

Cecelia C. Mascena, North Kingstown Senior High School

 

Ethan Gemma, North Providence High School

 

James R. Hanlon, North Smithfield High School

 

Olivia R. Kiernan, Pilgrim High School

 

Samuel DiNovella, Portsmouth High School

 

Glenmarie Figueroa Perez, Providence Career and Technical Academy

 

Naiviv Ortiz, RI Nurses Institute Middle College Charter High School

 

Ben Pogacar, Rocky Hill School

 

Stella E. Garcia, Rogers High School

 

Brenden Machowski, Scituate High School

 

Sayara Silwal, Shea Senior High School

 

Timothy Ferron, Smithfield High School

 

Joseph Noel, St. Raphael Academy

 

Sean Petrie, The Prout School

 

Brittany Bennet, The Wheeler School

 

Harshil R. Patel, Tiverton High School

 

Sara J. Crook, Toll Gate High School

 

Virsavia Goretoy, West Warwick Senior High School

 

Nicholas L. Lauzon, Westerly High School

 

Erica Prempeh, William E. Tolman Senior High School

 

Soraia Hazard, Wm. M. Davies Jr. Career-Technical High School

 

Christian Teachout, Woonsocket Area Career and Technical Center

 

Holly Viphakone, Woonsocket High School            

 

“As I meet with students across the State, I am constantly inspired by their dedication,” said Treasurer Magaziner. “From Westerly to Woonsocket; these high school juniors have a record of achievement in the classroom, as well as being active in their community. It is my privilege to recognize members of this generation’s outstanding young leaders.”

 

The award, which was presented during a ceremony at the Rhode Island State House on Monday evening, recognizes the students’ outstanding achievement in business-related courses, as well as a commitment to their community and demonstrating strong leadership skills. Each awardee is nominated by school administrators.

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