Meet Our Students: Siena Seaburg

My name is Siena Seaberg, and I go to Plant High School. I’ve always believed in the influence of helping others, and I want to work in the FBI as a social profiler when I’m older. To me, the Power of Giving means to impact the world and people around me. I hope that others, including my sister, see me give back to my community and will want to do the same. I am inspired by people who have achieved meaningful goals, and I wish to do the same at NYU (where I want to go for college). In addition to community service, I am passionate about the arts such as singing, exploring various styles of dance, and playing the piano. 

Siena’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Teju Tummala. You can see the entire Class of 2025 here.


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