Ida Ahola / Northowood HS
Ida Ahola is a Senior at Northwood High School and was appointed as the Student Board Representative through an interview process. In addition to this role, she serves as the student representative at Northwood’s School Site Council and PTSA meetings. This is her first year on ASB and she is dedicated to making a positive impact within her school and community. Ida is involved with a variety of sports, including participating in the school track and field team and skiing during the winter season. Outside of school, Ida is employed as a youth soccer coach with the Irvine Soccer Academy. In her free time, she enjoys watching Formula One and spending time with friends and family.
Mannat Bawa / Irvine HS
Mannat Bawa is a Senior at Irvine High School. As a Vaquero on her campus, she is Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper, Student Board Member on ASB, and Co-President of the Model United Nations Team. Last year, she attended the Sacramento Student Advocacy Trip where she advocated for a grading system that motivates students to learn and prioritizes a growth mindset. Inspired by all the district officials she’s met during the trip and meetings, she ran and was elected School Board Member during her one week at Girls State over the summer. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her Golden Retriever, Coco, and her parakeet, Berry. She also enjoys spending time with her family--cozying up with “Gilmore Girls” or laughing at “America’s Funniest Home Videos.”
Madyson Chung-Lee / Portola HS
Madyson Chung Lee is currently a Senior at Portola High School. She was voted by her peers to serve as Portola’s Student Representative. As Student Representative at Portola, she works with class council, student forum, and school site council. Her passions lie in student advocacy, education policy, and youth engagement with our civic system. Inside of school, Madyson is on the Varsity girls lacrosse team, Portola Singers Choir, and is the President and founder of PHS Art Therapy Club which aims to create a safe and stress free zone at school. She is also the Vice President of Key Club and the treasurer of the Mock Trial team. Outside of School, she is heavily involved in nonprofit organizations like the California Association of Student Councils where she serves as the State Communications Director, the Congresswoman Katie Porter’s Youth Advisory Board as the Community Vice President, and Love in Music, where she has volunteered as a Clarinet/Piano lesson teacher to underserved communities for the past 4 years. When she wants to unwind, Madyson likes to hang out with friends, read while listening to music, and embroider or crochet something new.
Elise Feuerborn / University HS
Elise Feuerborn is a Senior at University High School. This is her first year on ASB as Senior Class President, but she has participated in Student Council since her freshman year. Aside from leading the senior class, Elise has been a board member of her school’s Eco Club for two years, last year helping coordinate school-wide recycling and a fundraiser for clean water systems for their sister school in Vietnam. Elise is also entering her second year on varsity girls Lacrosse at Uni and is excited to see where the season takes her. Outside of school, Elise enjoys spending time with her friends and helping her family who periodically foster babies in need.
Shrinidhi Sriram / Woodbridge HS
Shrinidhi Sriram is a Junior at Woodbridge High School and is honored to serve as the School Board Representative for this school year. Shrinidhi was previously on Freshman and Sophomore Class Council and is delighted to be on ASB her junior year. Within her school, Shrinidhi is also a member of Student Athletic Council, is currently a Treasurer for SASA, and is a recognized member of Mock Trial. Along with these activities, Shrinidhi also undertakes accelerated academic courses such as AP and Honors level classes to expand her academic pursuits! Outside of school, Shrinidhi loves to dance and has learned Bharathanatyam (an Indian classical art form) for 12 years. She also loves to sing and hang out with her friends! Shrinidhi is humbled and beyond grateful for this potent role to serve her community as her school’s liaison, and is thrilled for this school year!