Meet our International Advisory Board. They will assure we continue to spread and maintain our mission of serving youth all over the world.
I am a motivated rising junior with a love for EdTech, social media marketing, and entrepreneurship. I am one of the directors of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization called Miracle For Youth where we focus on providing career-building opportunities to the youth. I have gained a platform of 1200 + students through this program and impacted 200+ students. To grow my marketing skills, I am interning for an EdTech company as a marketing research intern, and I am a marketing influencer for the company Zfluence.
I also have served as an outreach coordinator for FE where I have worked on FE’s platforms and hosted events. As an entrepreneur, I am developing my own EdTech startup. Most of my volunteer work focuses on Youth Development. I have volunteered as a mentor for a local art camp, a desk assistant and teen advisory board member of my local library, an English tutor for the ENGin program, a business mentor for 25+ kids part of the Junior Achievement Program, a research volunteer for The Nature Connection, as well as more fundraisers, events, and programs I have assisted and coordinated.
I am actively involved in my school as a board member of my school’s robotics team. Through being on this team I have acquired many technical skills such as Computer-Aided Design(Certified in 4 Softwares), and Programming(Certified in 2 Softwares). I have held large STEAM competitions with 1000+ attendees, organized robot demonstrations around my community in over 5 elementary schools, mentored over 100 + kids (3 schools) in concepts of engineering, won numerous awards for my technical writing, lead my team in both business and engineering, and was the youngest person on my team nominated for the prestigious FRC Dean’s List Award.
I also serve as a board member of my school’s Model United Nations team. I have spoken at numerous conferences including international competitions where our team was awarded for our winning public speaking skills. In partnership with my local library, I published a winning children’s book for my community youth! My hard work has won me numerous awards and has admitted me into the National Science Honors Society, National German Honors Society, and the National Art Honors Society.
Arossa is an incoming sophomore in Land O’ Lakes, Florida who is passionate about serving her community through educating and informing. She I excited to be joining Future Executives International Advisory Board. She is interested in technology, digital design, and business. Arossa has received Critics Choice for publicity design at the Florida Junior Thespians competition, 1st place at states and 2nd place nationally for her social media campaign “Young Bankers” within her first year of participating in Future Business Leaders of America, and has been awarded the Celebrate Freedom Award from the James Madison Institute for her group documentary for National History Day. She is a part of several organizations with leadership positions in computer science like new/gen, a women’s rights organization, and Youth in Business, an initiative to teach individuals financial skills. Alongside this, she has maintained her 4.0 GPA in high school.
In Arossa’s free time, she enjoys volunteering with children, practicing coding, creating art on Photoshop, and hanging out with friends.
Elizabeth Gallegos is a poet, writer, and filmmaker. She is currently the Events Coordinator for her school’s French club and Creative Director for the blog, Highlife16. Elizabeth has written various poems and short stories that showcase the difficulties of everyday life while dealing with mental illness, heartbreak, and more. In her free time, she enjoys watching Netflix and listening to music. Elizabeth is currently a high school junior attending Warren High School
I graduated from college in 2012 with a degree in Business Administration. I have been a volunteer with Future Executives, Inc. for a long time. I have learned a lot of things under their programs including social media, grants and was able to volunteer for Brooklyn Fashion Week. I currently work in Human resource. In my free time, I like reading, learning to use photoshop and going out. I also enjoy volunteering my time. One day I hope I will be able to travel to different parts of the world.
I am a high school student with a strong interest in non-profits and politics. In addition to politics and non-profits, I am interested in international affairs and history. I enjoy playing the violin, painting, and learning about the world.” I was previously an Outreach Coordinator for FE, Inc. and I am currently a Social Media Specialist. I hope to increase the involvement of our members online through my membership in the FE International Advisory Board.
What is a polymath? They are difficult to define and categorize, never conforming to society’s expectations or blending in with the crowd. It is a person, who for example, plays the flute, obtains numerous academic awards, served as captain of her school’s Science Bowl Team, participates as a member of the National Junior Honor Society, creates artwork using various mediums, and loves the outdoors. This example of a polymath is a real person thirteen years of age and a rising Freshman at the Academy of Health Sciences at PGCC. Noelle Gonzales Jackson looks forward to bringing her creativity, exuberant personality, unparalleled work ethic, and devotion to civic engagement to further the mission of Future Executives International Advisory Board.
Valeria is a 10th grade Peruvian student. She loves STEM related topics, so she plans to study industrial engineering in the future and maybe do a minor in finances. She is also part of her school science club and is planning to participate in this year’s Peru’s Model United Nations event to improve her public speaking skills.