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Meet the 2018-2019 ASB Exec Team

Isabella Filkins and Lily Varney

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Nolan Elliot- President
Why did you run for your position?
“I have been planning on this since the womb. I genuinely care about everyone around me, much more than myself.”
What was the hardest part of running for an exec position?
“Knowing that not everyone is gonna win.”
What are your future plans for the school?
“Mostly big ones… I want to make everyone smile and make sure everyone has voice.”
What are you most excited for next year as an exec?
“Maintaining a friendly environment for everyone and making sure everyone feels as they belong here.”
What quality of yours makes you a good exec?
“Open minded.”

Luis Mendoza- Vice President
Why did you run for your position?
“I initially ran for my position because a few of my friends encouraged me to do so. However, as I went deeper into the race, I realized it was more about diversifying executive positions in order to have a more open-minded thought process when making critical decisions.”
What was the hardest part of running for an exec position?
“The hardest part, to be honest, was the nerves leading up to the campaign speeches. I have competed in Speech and Debate for over four years now. What made this speech different was that it wasn’t only me that was doing it: it was everyone who supported me and pushed me to keep moving forward. I was less worried about myself losing and more worried about letting those who believed in me down.”
What are your future plans for the school?
“My biggest plans for the school are to promote clubs that perhaps do not get that much recognition across the school or are otherwise seen as “uncool” to be part of. This will heighten engagement upon many students and make it more exciting to come to school than to be away from it. My next step is to promote better assemblies by making them more exciting and far more welcoming to many, making them something people won’t want to miss!”
What are you most excited for next year as an exec?
“What I’m most excited for this coming year as an executive is to finish with a bang. High school is something that is only temporary, and while many would like to remember the negatives about the experience, I want to try my best to mitigate those bad memories and fill them with things that people will want to look back on.”
What quality of yours makes you a good exec?
“I think what makes me a good exec is my confidence. While I still need to work on myself a little bit, the confidence I bring to the table, as well as the confidence I give to others, is something that I think is very useful and very beneficial to people, especially those who may be lacking in it.”

Zeporah Payne- Treasurer
Why did you run for your position?
“ I ran for this position because I wanted to be a part of something bigger than myself. A family, while still having an opportunity to make change.”
What was the hardest part of running for an exec position?
“ The hardest part of running for an exec position was having the confidence to stand before so many people who I didn’t know, who didn’t know me.“
What are your future plans for the school?
“My future plans are to make the school less integrated and make every person who walks into Peninsula feel safe.”
What are you most excited for next year as an exec?
“I am most excited for the assemblies and random dance moves I’m going to bust out during these assemblies. Also in general I’m excited for leadership and the school as a whole to grow as a family.”
What quality of yours makes you a good exec?
“ I think my relatedness makes me a good exec. The open mindedness and my fresh mindset I think makes a pretty decent exec.*smiles*”


Emma Lofdahl- Secretary
Why did you run for your position?
“I ran for my position because I want to make PHS the best it can be. I love meeting new people and being involved with the school.”
What was the hardest part of running for an exec position?
“The hardest part was putting myself out there, and trying to earn votes from my peers.”
What are your future plans for the school?
“My future goals for the school is to increase student turn out for clubs, sports, and the arts. I want to make Peninsula a place you want to be.”
What are you most excited for next year as an exec?
“I’m really looking forward to Seahawk 101 and getting to know my school even better an everyone in it.”
What quality of yours makes you a good exec?
“I am very reliable. If you give me a task I will make sure it’s done and on time.”

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