“You may never know what results come of your actions, but if you do nothing there will be no results.” –Mahatma Gandhi
Why did you join MYC?
I joined the MYC because while I value the importance of individual work, I realize the collective power of Multnomah County’s youth to address problems with educational equity, social and legal justice, and suitability in our respective communities.
What is one goal you have for next year in MYC?
My inaugural year on the MYC saw growth in my understanding of the complex policy that encompasses the above issues, and I hope to capitalize on this knowledge moving forward. A specific goal of mine is to make a concrete change in the LPSCC and see out the creation of a youth advisory council to the mayor on police issues in some capacity.