We are proud to announce the launch of the Aim High Young Leaders Board. Created with the goal of expanding Aim High’s reach, the Young Leaders Board is an exciting new journey for our organization.
The Young Leaders Board is comprised of 21 enthusiastic professionals representing the nonprofit, education, business, and technology communities across the Bay Area. They are committed to helping raise Aim High’s brand and visibility, developing a more diverse base of funders, creating a pipeline of strong leaders for Aim High’s Board of Trustees, and narrowing the opportunity and achievement gaps in Northern California.
These young leaders have ambitious goals that align well with Aim High’s strategic plan and vision.Mariah Napoles
Aim High Community and Events Manager (and Aim High grad!) Mariah Napoles led the charge in developing the board and setting expectations. “I’m excited to bring young people from various backgrounds and industries, who are dedicated to closing the achievement and opportunity gaps, together around the same table,” says Mariah. “These young leaders have ambitious goals that align well with Aim High’s strategic plan and vision.”
Mariah noted a common theme that emerged from this process: young people looking to make a difference in their communities. With their broad range of expertise, the Young Leaders will help Aim High cast a wider net and have an even bigger impact throughout the Bay Area.
Check out the complete Young Leaders Board roster below. We can’t wait to see what they bring to our vibrant, ever-growing Aim High community!
Maya Simpson, College Track
Skye Lawrence, Biome Analytics
Julie Xu, HotelTonight
Robert Sandoval, California Attorney General’s Office
Ryan Smrekar, Google
Molly Brasser, Yelp Inc.
Gabe Peixoto, Alto Litigation, PC
Maya Holm, Net Impact
Alexandra Corral, Macys.com
Sarah Prensky-Pomeranz, Raoul Wallenberg High School
Jacqueline Thompson, Summerbridge
Ivy Feng, UC Davis Undergrad
Kat Clark, Khan Lab School
Leslie Harroch, Drew School
Tansy Mak, Handel Architects
Alyssa Simpson, IBM
Sam Brock, HandsOn Bay Area
Hadar Dor, PostMates
Theresa Hall, BrightStep Partners
Zoe Duskin, College Track
Tasia Hawkins, Google