Theleia “Monet” Renfro was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. She is a 17-year-old Junior, that attend Crossroads Preparatory Academy in Kansas City, Missouri. Monet is very interested in activism on all levels. She has been putting forth a huge effort and organizing voters for the current Kansas City Public Schools School Board Election. Monet is a huge proponent of Social Justice, and has been actively trying to push change in her local area. Monet is also an ally to special needs children, and is often utilizing her voice to increase educational equity for the most marginalized students in Kansas City. Monet hopes to become a nurse practitioner!
 
 
Sophia Meyer will be a junior at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Overland Park, KS where she participates in show choir, cross country and track. Her track coach said about Sophia, “I have witnessed her work ethic and commitment to excellence. She is a great teammate who cares about others and makes them feel welcome and included.” Sophia is a member of Allegro Choirs of Kansas City, a local youth choir that performs nationally and internationally. Sophia enjoys volunteering at local philanthropies with her mother as part of National Charity League and works part-time as a cake froster at Nothing Bundt Cakes. 
 
 
Lizzie Place is a sophomore at Blue Valley North High School.  She is a lifelong Girl Scout, and one of 26 teen girls from around the world selected for the 2020 G-TEAM, tasked with planning the Girl Scouts' national convention in Orlando and the 55th National Council Session (held virtually in October 2020).  Lizzie is a varsity debater, a member of FBLA, and she serves on the youth council at Kansas City's Heartland Conservation Alliance.  Lizzie loves being outside and working with kids, and she has volunteered for Teenstaff at Youthfront camp in Edgerton, Kansas.
 
 
 
Austin Daniels is a student at Lincoln Prep in Kansas City, Missouri. Austin enjoyed several sports in his youth, including soccer, baseball and basketball. He has also participated in debate and Karate. He currently enjoys volunteering in the community, being active in his church youth ministry, gaming, investing and spending time with friends and family. He has an older sister, Kennedy and a younger brother, Blake. His most meaningful service activity was a mission trip which led to an appreciation for the things he has in life and opened his eyes to giving back to the community.
 
Therese McGill