Grant County HS TSA
Phoenix Button is a very hard-working involved student at Grant County High School. She is the 2023 Class President, is a peer tutor in other classes, and is in NHS. TSA, however, has always taken a bigger part of her heart. She has been in TSA for six years and has been a Kentucky State Officer for the past three years. Throughout her time as a State Officer, she has learned and grown significantly, not only in the knowledge of TSA but in life as well. Apart from TSA she is a photographer with her own photography business and works at LaRosa’s Family Pizzeria as a waitress. After Graduation in the spring, she plans on attending college to get a degree in special education and then going to law school to become a practicing lawyer who specializes in special education. She is looking forward to her last year of being a part of this amazing organization and can’t wait to see how the year unfolds.
Jessamine County CTC TSA
Grace Webb is a dedicated senior with a 3.7 GPA at West Jessamine High School. This is her fourth year in TSA, and was the state Historian last year. She enjoys engineering and has loved being a part of TSA. She wants to pursue computer engineering after high school, paving her own path as the first female engineer in her family. She has a passion for playing piano, musical theatre, reading, and cars. Her aim is to help unite TSA as a whole, and create a safe place for everyone, even if they do not want to pursue engineering as a career.
duPont Manual TSA (Jefferson Co)
Shreyas Malireddy is a Senior at DuPont Manual High School. He has played soccer since he
was 7 years old and plays for his school's varsity team. Along with athletics, he is also involved
in Manual’s Robotics Team, Speech and Debate Team (competing in Public Forum), Key Club
(volunteering in his community), and TSA. Being a member for three years Shreyas prioritizes
TSA due to its great student body and variety of competitions. As an experienced TSA member,
he hopes to improve the TSA experience for all members utilizing his STEM skills. So far,
Shreyas doesn’t have an exact roadmap for his future schooling and career path, but he hopes
to go to college as a STEM major. He believes that helping lead TSA will help him narrow his
interests to find a potential career path.
East Carter HS TSA (Carter Co)
Jennifer Nguyen is an involved junior at the Craft Academy for Excellence in Science and Mathematics and East Carter High School. She has been involved with TSA for three years, competing in events such as Technology Bowl, Webmaster, and Extemporaneous Speech. With this experience in TSA, she claims that it is one of the best clubs in terms of student body, governance, and overall experience. She aims to improve the experience for everyone involved in the organization. In addition to TSA, she is involved in many activities including Student Y, Multimedia Club, Ping Pong Club, National Beta, Future Business Leaders of America, National Society of High School Scholars, and more.
Ryle HS TSA (Boone Co)
Ariel Fader is a driven junior at Ryle High School. This is her second year with TSA as she was a founding member of her chapter last year. Despite this, TSA has been impactful and continues to help her in various aspects of her life. Aside from TSA, Ariel is involved in many activities. She has leadership roles in her school’s IT, business, and multicultural clubs. Additionally, she has a passion for the arts. She enjoys public speaking from her years of competing in speech and debate, and she has played piano since elementary school. Regarding the future, she would like to pursue a STEM related major and career. Ariel strives to support her community and make Kentucky TSA the best it can be.
Dunbar HS TSA (Fayette Co)
Daryen Rodriguez is an involved senior at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School with a current GPA of 3.6. Daryen has been on the varsity archery team at his high school for 3 years now and has made it to NASP regional, state, and national archery tournaments. Besides doing athletics, he is involved with SHPE (Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers), LOL (Latino outreach Leader), and TSA. Daryen has also volunteered in summer camps. This will be Daryen’s 6th year in TSA now. While being in TSA, he served as a chapter officer in middle & high school, and is now happily serving as this year's State Sgt-at-arms for the 22-23 school year. He hopes to improve the experience of TSA for all members and make it memorable. As of now, he is studying engineering in high school as he hopes to major in mechanical engineering and to use his TSA experience from high school to aid him in following his dream of becoming a mechanical engineer, and overall to be a great leader.
Bardstown HS TSA
Noah Brown is an exceptional Senior at Bardstown High School. He makes sure that he is always taking as many AP level classes as possible. Throughout the years Noah has proven himself as a leader within his school and community through his involvement as the President of Y-Club, Treasurer of the National Honors Society, Service Chair of Kiwanis Education Youth Club, and as a Governor’s Scholar. Noah has also involved himself with academic clubs such as Science Olympiad and Academic Team. Noah plays Varsity tennis as 2nd seed doubles for his school team. In Noah’s free time he enjoys farming, beekeeping, and building Legos. He began his time in TSA in 2019 where he would begin competing and eventual earn awards at Regional and State for Structural Design. Noah became the President of his TSA chapter in 2021, leading him to take on a bigger role within the State as the Historian. Noah plans to pursue a career in engineering. Noah hopes to create a fun and educational experience for young Kentuckians through TSA.
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