The Panelists- July 27

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Cameron Calhoun-Liebnow, Old Mill High School, Rising 10th Grader

I grew up in Colorado and I’ve been deeply fascinated with history and historical events among other hobbies. I really want to get involved in activism and become my own person and identify my view points and become experienced in helping others.

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Camille Carter,North County High School, Rising 12th grader

I have been a part of the STEM Program for 7 years and have been a STEM Student Teacher Liaison for 3 of the years. I am the Varsity Volleyball Captain and a three year Varsity athlete. Being an ally to the LGBTQ+ community, I think that we need to provide aid to this community because they have been long overlooked by the school system. 
 

 

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Conor Curran, Old Mill High School, Rising 12th grader

I have the honor to serve as President of the Chesapeake Regional Association of Student Councils.I wanted to take part in this form because I feel like it's important for the public to understand the point of view of LGBTQ + community and their stuggles. As an ally, I have fought for this community because they are lacking the resources in our schools. Whether it's sufficient counseling staff, the lack of equitable practices in the classroom or the lack of representation in our curriculum, I have and will stand up and lead. I encourage you all to reach out to me so that we can lead together, not apart.   

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Jaden Farris, South River High School, Rising 10th grader

I have attended school in AACPS since December 2018. I have continuously been an activist and have advocated for what I see as morally right. Prior to moving to Anne Arundel County, I lived in Allegany County. I was tired of the leadership in my county, which invigorated me to volunteer for 6 different political campaigns in 2018. Continuing into the Summer of 2019 to now, I have volunteered for two presidential campaigns. I feel it is imperative for me to listen to my fellow peers' experiences. I want to take part in this panel to discover other ways to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community and to bring my insight to others. I want to use my platform to attract attention to the problems LGBTQ+ youth face daily.

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Niko Haagenson, Severna Park High School, Rising 11th Grader

I have a deep rooted interest in contemporary art and I spend most of my free time watching documentaries on abstract-expressionism and surrealism. My career goal is to one day be either a chemical or biomedical engineer. I want to take part in this forum to make being LGBTQ+ much easier for the grades below me by providing my first-hand experiences and sharing the ways I make myself feel comfortable in my identity. Additionally, I hope to better prepare people to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community.

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Cailet Holly, Meade High School, Rising 9th grader

Hi! My name is Cailet. I'm an LGBTQ+ student in the IB program. I am passionate about advocating for my community and helping other communities. My goal is to spread awareness on how to help the LGBTQ+ community both within the AACPS system and in the rest of our community.

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Cameron Langley, North County High School, Rising 12th Grader

I have always strived to support issues facing minorities of any kind; however LGBTQ+ issues are especially important to me as a pansexual transgender man. Being a part of this forum for me is an opportunity to make not only my voice heard in my community but also the voices of those less fortunate than me.