A junior who attends Miramonte High School. I am involved with my school's debate team, Scout Troop 200, and my church youth group. When I have free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors and playing tennis. I joined Peer 1 on 1 because I wanted to serve the neurodiverse community. Since joining, I have learned so much about neurodiversity, tutoring, and myself. I look forward to another year in the Peer 1 on 1 family!
Currently a junior at Northgate High School. I am involved in my school's newspaper, student council, Best Buddies club, and track and field team. However, when I'm not in school, I love playing volleyball with some friends and listening to music. I joined Peer 1on1 in hopes of being able to educate not only myself but also others around me about children with special needs and neurodiverse individuals. I would also like to see better, accurate representations of neurodiversity in film and media in society today.
An 8th grader at Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School. I enjoy playing the piano, practicing taekwondo, and listening to music. I joined Peer 1 on 1 to help provide opportunities for neurodivergent children. This organization has taught me new ways to connect with people as well as working better with my peers. I am excited to contribute to Peer 1 on 1!
Public Relationship Director
Currently an eighth grader at Foothill Middle School. I enjoy playing instruments, singing, and trying new hobbies. I like meeting new people and working together, stirring ideas into great goals. Peer 1on1 is a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate teamwork, communication, and hard work. I joined the Peer 1on1 organization in hopes of providing opportunities to neurodiverse youth, as their potential is often overlooked. I want to assist children with neurodiversity, both academically and socially, so they can be seen in a brighter light in our wonderful, diverse world.
A freshman at Miramonte High School. I love listening to music and I also play the flute. I love doing crafts and making things for others. I love being a part of Peer 1 on 1 because it is such an amazing community of kind and supportive people that genuinely care about helping others. Peer 1 on 1 is a place where you can learn new things, teach those to others, and make a difference in the world. I hope to continue working to help others and make a difference for the neurodiverse community!