2022 Graduates

Abigail Walker

Danville Community High School

2020-2021 Executive Committee President

1. What are you doing after high school?I am attending Ivy Tech Terre Haute to get my associates in sonography. 2. Favorite IASC event and why?My favorite IASC event was SLI. It really brought me out of my shell, helped my leadership skills, and I made a lot of friends that I’m still in contact with. 3. How will your experience with the IASC help you in the future?My experience with the IASC will help me in the future in many ways. I’ve learned how to interact with different people, when to lead, and when to step back and listen. This will help me be a better coworker, friend, student, etc. because the IASC taught me how to use my personality to better understand others.

Katera Brayton

Lawrenceburg High School

Southeast District Representative

1. What are you doing after high school?Attending IU Bloomington, majoring in Biotechnology, to become a trauma surgeon. 2. Favorite IASC event and why?State Convention because you get to interact with not only your home council, but all other councils across the state. It is super hyped and I love the energy.3. How will your experience with the IASC help you in the future?The IASC influenced my ability to work with others and taught me how to work as a team. It also taught me how to be a better leader. This will help me throughout college and my future career.

Allison Zuber

Blackford High School

2020-2021 Executive Committee Vice-President

1. What are you doing after high school?I am attending Indiana University and my major is elementary education.2. Favorite IASC event and why?My favorite IASC event is SLI because you make a lot of new friends from around the state and you learn how to run your student council more efficiently.3. How will your experience with the IASC help you in the future?The IASC has helped me significantly with my shyness and being a leader in general and I think that will help tremendously in my career and day to day life.

Jaeda Carpenter

Tippecanoe Valley High School

2021-2022 Executive Committee President

1. What are you doing after high school? I'll be attending Purdue University and will be in the Exploratory Studies program where I will hopefully find a career I love.2. Favorite IASC event and why?State Convention. I love seeing all the leaders across Indiana come together to brainstorm new ideas and make new connections.3. How will your experience with the IASC help you in the future?The IASC has taught me so much. I've gained social, public speaking, communication skills and so many more that have helped me get into college and will help me find a job in my career field. The skills that I now obtain will forever be ones that I use on a day to day basis, whether it is in my professional or personal life. I have made so many connections along the way, can problem solve on a moment's notice and can lead groups in activities successfully. Running for an IASC position was a huge challenge for me, I was a shy kid who loved leadership and now I am a young woman who can speak to a room of 300 plus people without batting an eye.The IASC has been a huge contributor to who I am as a leader and I am proud to have served at the state level, it has made me who I am today. I have grown immensely and my learning though the IASC will continue to help me prosper as a person.