Congratulations To The Class of 2025 Student Service Program!

We are excited to announce the Class of 2025 Student Service Program members – the next generation of servant leaders! These students will embark on a two-year journey with the Ryan Nece Foundation team, meeting twice monthly to discuss leadership and volunteer in the community. Thank you for coming together to help those in need!

Aditi Nair | Strawberry Crest
Alenlly Valenzuela | Sickles
Ami Baez | Wharton
Ana Abraham | St. Pete Collegiate
Anna Hewett | St. Pete
Armiyah Burns | Robinson
Ash Lewis | St. Pete Collegiate
Ben Kanfer | Plant
Brendan O’Connor | Jesuit
Carter Young | Bloomingdale
Cathy Jayaraj | Strawberry Crest
Chi Chi Payne | Middleton
Evan Hall | Boca Ciega
Greyson Anderson | Spoto
Hajar Abdel-Rahim | Strawberry Crest
Harmoni Jackson | Sumner
JJ Phillips | Durant
Jade Hoffmeier | Plant
Jordan Moore | St. Pete Collegiate
Juan Abraham | St. Pete Collegiate
Logan Hardin | Jesuit
Maddy Bowles | Robinson
Michael Rusu | East Lake
Kalah James | East Bay
Navbir Singh | Hillsborough
Nowmi Iftekhar | Brooks-DeBartolo
Tina Nguyen | East Lake
Robby Dyer | Jesuit
Shireen Isakson | Largo
Siena Seaberg | Plant
Stephanie Hernandez-Guerrero | Pinellas Park
Teju Tummala | Steinbrenner
Victoria Corder | Pinellas Park
Will Stanton | Jesuit

Their first welcome meeting will take place on May 23rd virtually. Then, these students will have an overnight Orientation Retreat in early August in Clearwater Beach at the Hampton Inn & Suites thanks to McKibbon Hospitality.


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