Student Council

Student council is an appointed group of individuals from all Math for Service/Steam for All organizations. These dedicated individuals work together as a team to organize Math for Service events, approve new programs, and maintain the unity of Math for Service organizations through constant communication and consideration. We are extremely thankful for their contributions to the organization and are excited for their future plans for Math for Service. Here is the current council:

2018-2019 Student Council

  • Amy Zhong, President

    Amy Zhong, President

    School: University High School, Grade 12
    Three words that describe her: Passionate, logical, committed
    Years of service at Math for Service/Steam for All: 4 years
    About Me: Volunteering for Math for Service/Steam for All has taught me to push myself to become a better teacher, better leader, and a better person. Getting to work with like-minded volunteers to create new opportunities for others is a truly rewarding experience that has taught me a lot about compassion, planning, and teamwork. I plan to continue the work of OC Math Circle and improve the quality of our current events, add new events with a broader reach, and spread the joy and discipline of problem solving and mathematics to the youth of Orange County.

  • Pranav Moudgalya, Vice president

    Pranav Moudgalya, Vice president

    School: University High School, Grade 9
    Three words that describe him: Determined, curious, creative
    Years of service at Math for Service/Steam for All: 1.5 year
    About Me: Personally, I would like to contribute a sense of belonging to all participants of MFS hosted events. Every should feel welcome when diving into STEAM, and let their personality shine in everything they do. My vision is for MFS to be a platform for curious minds to delve deeper into the mysteries of our world.

  • Cynthia Qi, Director of Communication

    Cynthia Qi, Director of Communication

    School: Aliso Niguel High School, Grade 10
    Three words that describe her: Dedicated, versatile, productive
    Years of service at Math for Sevice/Steam for all: 2 years
    The volunteering experience at Math for Service/Steam for All has made me a more responsible person. Community service experience here at Math for Service/Steam for all is unique to me due to its direct relation to the local community we live in. It is also a great opportunity to meet like-minded peers passionate in serving the community. 

  • Elaine Zhou, Director of Membership

    School: University High School, Grade: 10

  • Jason Yu, Director of Technology

    School: University High School, Grade: 10

  • Josh Zhou, Student Council Member - OC Engineer Representative

    Josh Zhou, Student Council Member - OC Engineer Representative

    School: Irvine High School, Grade: 12
    Three words that describe him: Passionate, Creative, Curious
    Years of service at Math for Service/Steam for All: 5 years
    About Me: I have always had a large passionate in STEM, and Math for Service/Steam for All merely provided me the opportunity to spread my love. I enjoy teaching and leading, and feel that my experiences volunteering have developed me as a person and not just a scholar.
    As Co- President of OC Engineer, I aim to expand the reach of our programs, and develop new and exciting classes and events. Leading a group of talented, passionate volunteers, I believe that I can return my engineering spark to the youth of Orange County.

  • Daniel Ryu, Student Council Member - OCMC Representative

    Daniel Ryu, Student Council Member - OCMC Representative

    School: University High School, Grade 11
    Three words that describe him: Nerdy, adaptable, considerate
    Years of service at Math for Service/Steam for All: 2.5 years
    About me: I volunteer at Math For Service/Steam for All because I want to make math an enjoyable subject and improve the environment knowledge about math. I want students to have fun while learning math, not force them. I also love Math for Service/Staem for All because of the community. The community is so welcoming and takes in every idea you have to consider, and it is an example of sheer teamwork. Teamwork will ensure a great learning experience for the participants as well as the community, and optimism will always. I plan on contributing the Math For Service/Steam for All community by promoting teamwork and optimism throughout our audience.

  • Benjamin Chang, Student Council Member - OC Coder representative

    Benjamin Chang, Student Council Member - OC Coder representative

    School: Woodbridge High School, Grade: 12
    3 words that describe him: Dynamic, Resourceful, Creative
    Years of volunteering experience at Math for Service/Steam for All: 5 years

  • Natalie Yee, Student Council Member - AGMT representative

    Natalie Yee, Student Council Member - AGMT representative

    School: St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, Grade 12
    Three words that describe her: Hard-working, committed, friendly
    Years of service at Math for Service/Steam for All: 4 years
    About me: I have loved math all my life and participated in the All Girls Math Tournament throughout elementary and middle school. Ever since, I have wanted to give back to my community and provide the same opportunity to as many girls as possible. As president of AGMT, I have acquired valuable leadership and communication skills as well as how to be a team player. With first-hand experience of being one of the only girls interested in math, I hope to inspire girls across the country to pursue their passion in math through the annual tournament in addition to classes and activities.

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