SBC Events Coordinator Candidates
Hello hello! My name’s Angela and I’m running to be your next SBC Events Coordinator! For the past two years, I have worked with Acts of Random Kindness (ARK) to create impactful events around our Lowell community. You may recognize the Finals Cookie Act, Finals Open Food Table, Virtual Cookie Act, Essential Worker Notes, SAT/ACT Care Packages, and countless more events that I have helped organize. The scope of these acts is just one example of my unbreaking dedication in executing meaningful and inclusive events.
Although we've lost numerous opportunities to experience the many “highlights” of high school, I hope we can make up for that by putting together thrilling and exciting events that you’ll live to tell your grandkids about one day. During my last year at Lowell, I aim to give back to my community by utilizing the experiences and skills I’ve had the privilege to develop here, to make our next year back our best one yet! If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me on Instagram @xangelali (shameless plug ). I look forward to seeing you all at school next year!
Hey everyone! My name is Jonathan Nguyen and I’m running to be your SBC Events Coordinator! Both in and outside of school, I participate in Parliamentary Debate, Model United Nations, and I also serve as the Finance Director for DAYSF! Being in these clubs has allowed me to develop strong communication and management skills, both of which I will be able to contribute as events coordinator! I plan to work closely and in strong collaboration with other officers, such as the dance and club coordinators, to plan fun and memorable events for our student body!
As a student, I greatly recognize the loss in events, such as dances and co-curricular days, that have occurred due to distance learning. As events coordinator, I will compensate for lost time by making sure there is both quality and quantity in what is being organized, assuming we are in-person. However, even if we are still confined to distance learning, I will plan exciting events on a variety of topics like social justice, college readiness, and more! Furthermore, I greatly value student input and will proactively put your ideas into action! If elected, I promise to make your school year an exciting and unforgettable experience!
Hi everyone! My name is Tiffany Tse and I’m hoping to be your SBC Events Coordinator! Organizations that I have worked with throughout the years include the Salvation Army, San Francisco Zoo, as well as the Chinatown Public Health Department. One could say that I’m not lacking in experience. I’m trying to bring the best of me to the table. The experience I’ve gained will no doubt help me throughout my life and running for student body council is no exception. The last year has been filled with a lot of talking but not enough listening. Leadership is a cooperation between the leader and the ones being led. You speak, I listen and act based on what people want. If I’m chosen then the first thing I would do would be to shake your hand and say “happy to work with you!” After all, for leadership like all other relationships, communication is a two-way street. We have a long way to go but this is the first step. “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” -Lao Tzu