Meet our Students: Alexandra Renderos

Alexandra is a passionate 16-year-old girl. She is quite skilled in the clarinet as she plays at Plant High School. She would love to study at Georgetown University as a law major. In her spare time, she enjoys boxing, so beware as this girl packs a mighty punch! Yet what seems to be even more mighty is her grand heart. Being an only child, Alexandra is driven to opportunities such as the Ryan Nece Foundation that allow her to connect with her others whilst actively contributing to her community. Alexandra believes that the power of giving is the gift that keeps on giving. She believes it is a ripple effect that enables others to choose to give more in return. 

Alexandra’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Alenlly Valenzuela.

To see all of our students and view our alumni, visit our Meet Our Students page.


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