Meet Our Students: Stephanie Hernandez-Guerrero

Stephanie Hernandez-Guerrero is 16 years old and attends Pinellas Park High School. In her free time, she enjoys reading and listening to music such as Frank Ocean and Bad Bunny. When Victoria graduates from high school, she plans on studying medicine and obtaining a career in the medical field. She enjoys movies such as 13 Going On 30 and books such as Almond by Won-pyung Sohn. To Stephanie, the power of giving means that when a big or small gesture of kindness brings a smile to one’s face, the person’s happiness is the most important.

Stephanie’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Jordan Moore. You can see the entire Class of 2025 here.


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