But, choose we did. And, once again, the members of this year’s group know no limits in their quests for excellence and impact. They have given tirelessly of their time as mentors, tutors and sports coaches; helped families transition out of homelessness and poverty; participated in building a school in Sierra Leone; worked to prevent genocide; organized interfaith picnics; and founded an advocacy project to prevent drunken driving. They found their passions — drama, music, writing, languages, politics, business — and harnessed them to inspire others.
Just imagine what they’ll do as adults.
Taking her role(s) seriously
A song in his soul
It’s all about the kids
Sometimes, less is more
A real page-turner
Building a diplomatic resume at home, abroad
Healing others, and herself
Working toward ‘never again’
Turning tragedy into prevention
Finding common ground
Giving himself a sporting chance
Dual identity yields an international outlook
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