Meet the 2017-18 Youth Advisory Board

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Young Americans is thrilled to announce the 20 young adults who will serve on the Youth Advisory Board this school year. Board Members have the opportunity to learn “hands-on” about banking, business and the role of nonprofits in a community while providing valuable advice and insight to Young Americans Bank, the world’s only bank for young people, and its accompanying youth financial education programs.

Besides weighing in on strategies and marketing Board Members receive training and experience in how to serve on a board, on media relations and on philanthropy.  One of the highlights of their board service is choosing the real charities for the Donation Station at Young AmeriTowne.  Board members research Colorado non-profits and pick the six that they feel provide the most meaningful impact on the community.

Selected through a competitive application process, Board Members are 8th-12th graders from throughout the Denver metro area.

Congratulations to the 2017/2018 Youth Advisory Board:

Andrew Hageman, Co-Chair, 11th Grade, George Washington High School
Jazmin Peña, Co-Chair, 12th Grade, Rangeview High School

Jack Allshouse, 9th Grade, South High School
Grant Amann, 12th Grade, Regis Jesuit High School
Griffin Borg, 10th Grade, DSST/Byers High School
Aiden Cermak, 9th Grade, Highlands Ranch High School
Hunter Gehl, 11th Grade, East High School
Fiona Goe, 10th Grade, East High School
Abby Harder, 12th Grade, East High School
Marie McHugh, 11th Grade, Colorado Academy
Lauren Murray, 12th Grade, Kent Denver School
Katelyn Osborne, 9th Grade, DSST/Byers High School
Elzia Sekou, 12th Grade, Lakewood High School
Jaylah Monique Short, 9th Grade, Overland High School
Neal Sklar, 12th Grade, Cherry Creek High School
Andrew Tokar, 11th Grade, Cherry Creek High School
Kelly Trang, 12th Grade, George Washington High School
Johnny Vezzani, 10th Grade, DSST/Byers High School
Dana Weiss, 10th Grade, Rock Canyon High School
Quentin Wolfe, 10th Grade, East High School

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