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Youth Advisory Board

Souper Bowl of Caring looks to connect compassionate and dedicated young people who will work together to share ideas, create and participate in food drive campaigns, while raising awareness of the urgent and growing needs of hunger-related issues in their local communities. By providing them a platform, resources, tools and opportunities to grow in a leadership role, Souper Bowl of Caring hopes to build future philanthropists through a positive and engaging program dedicated to youth.

Program

Are you passionate about leadership and service? Join the team for those in need as a Souper Bowl of Caring Youth Advisory Board member. Be a part of a national think tank, share your strengths, ideas and connect with other like-minded youth to make a significant impact on hunger in your local communities.

 

Participation

  • Personal Development
  • Hunger Education
  • Spokesperson Training
  • Goal Setting
  • Team Building
  • Serve as a Community Role Model
  • Create and execute local campaign
  • Travel
  • Volunteer
  • And much more!

Requirements

  • This program is open to rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors.
  • Twenty slots available for 2020.
  • 6-month commitment: Oct 15, 2019 – April 15, 2020
  • Dedicate a minimum of 10 hours a month
  • Participate in 1-monthly meeting via ZOOM Conference
  • Create, plan and execute a local SBoC event during campaign dates

Need more info? Contact Alison Reese

Recruitment

Join the “Team for those in Need” and help Souper Bowl of Caring celebrate 30th Years of Caring and Sharing for the 2019 – 2020 Season. Now accepting applications.

Download application here. Closing date Sept. 30, 2019.

 

Local Youth Advisory Board Members – Texas Class of 2019 – 2020

Harper Espaillat
10Th Grade
The Winston School
Dallas, TX

Karoline Beazley Reese
10th Grade
Sunnyvale High School
Sunnyvale, TX

Selina Brooks
10th Grade
Canterbury Collegiate Academy
Glenn Heights, TX

Caitlin McCain
10th Grade
Canterbury Collegiate Academy
Duncanville, TX

Johnathan Gooden
12th Grade
Second Baptist Academy
Houston, TX

Sarah Reese
10th Grade
Aledo High School
Aledo, Texas

Shubam Khetarpal
11th Grade
Reedy High School
Frisco, TX

 

Local Youth Advisory Board Members – Texas Class of 2018 – 2019

Alvin Chen
12th Grade
Westside High School
Houston, TX

Karoline Beazley
9th Grade
Sunnyvale High School
Sunnyvale, TX

Selina Brooks
9th Grade
Canterbury Episcopal School
Glenn Heights, TX

Harper Espaillat
9th Grade
The Winston School
Dallas, Texas

Johnathan Gooden
11th Grade
Second Baptist Academy
Houston, Texas

Ramisha Hossain
12th Grade
New Tech High School at Coppell
Coppell, Texas

Olivia Williams
12th Grade
Bryan Collegiate High School
College Station, Texas

 

Local Youth Advisory Board Members – South Carolina Class of 2019 – 2020

Noble Cooper
10th Grade
Blythewood High School
Blythewood, South Carolina

Hannah Crouch
11th Grade
Homeschool
South Carolina

Constance McCants
12th Grade
Heathwood Hall Episcopal School
Columbia, South Carolina

Grace Robinette
12th Grade
White Knoll High School
Lexington, South Carolina

Emma Tester
12th Grade
Heathwood Hall Episcopal School
Columbia, South Carolina

Tayla Walker
12th Grade
White Knoll High School
Lexington, South Carolina

Tre’voir Washington
11th Grade
Brookland Cayce High School
Cayce, South Carolina

Allen Wilson
12th Grade
Brookland Cayce High School
Cayce, South Carolina

National Youth Advisory Board (NYAB) Alumni Association

The National Youth Advisory Board Alumni Association was created and is run by former members of the NYAB. They work together as an extension of Souper Bowl of Caring to inspire and advocate our mission and vision, provide mentorship and support for current NYAB members, while they continue to serve as leaders in their local communities.

Drew Anderson
(2010-2011)
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Will Anderson
(2016-2017)
Charlotte, NC

Ebony Archie
(2010-2011)
Jackson, MS

Nicholas Armstrong
(2010-2011)
Houston, TX

Nicole Ashmankas
(2007-2008)
Millbury, MA

Imani Atkins
(2012-2013)
Georgetown, SC

George Bailey
(2011-2012)
Houston, TX

Emily Bakhaus
(2011-2012)
Columbia, SC

Molly Bauer
(2014-2015)
Flourtown, PA

Rohan Bhargava
(2016-2017)
St. Augustine, FL

Kat Blanchard
(2014-2015)
Evans , GA

Jessika Blankenship
(2007-2008)
Lexington, SC

Kara Bowers
(2008-2009)
Ann Arbor, MI

Adair Bramlett
(2010-2011)
Columbia, SC

Owen Brown
(2014-2015)
Jackson , MS

Kat Brucken
(2016-2017)
Louisville , KY

Robert Burger
(2012-2013)
Albuquerque, NM

James Carras
(2007-2009)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Ethan Carson
(2016-2017)
Spokane, WA

Gabriel Cloud
(2016-2017)
Valdosta, GA

Demetrous Cockrell
(2015-2016)
Canton, MS

Trinity Coleman
(2015-2016)
Shreveport, LA

Carlisle Cooper
(2015-2016)
Blythewood, SC

Albert Coronado
(2011-2012)
Fort Worth, TX

Savannah Crews
(2008-2009)
Martinez, GA

Elizabeth Crowley
(2008-2009)
Fairfield, CT

Melissa Daigneault
(2008-2009)
Houston, TX

James Dao
(2016-2017)
Glendale, AZ

Jonathan DeFazio
(2011-2012)
Pittsburgh, PA

Spencer DeWald
(2007-2008)

Dava Donaldson
(2011-2012)
Elyria, OH

Mark Donohue
(2014-2015)
West Chester, PA

Jonathan Dover
(2011-2012)
Charlotte, NC

Summer Dowd-Lukesh
(2007-2009)
Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Madailein Dubrosa
(2012-2013)

Ivey Dyson
(2011-2012)
Waukomis, OK

Sarah Eaton
(2012-2013)
Plano, TX

Jared Eichmiller
(2012-2013)
Corydon, IN

Lulu Fan
(2016-2017)
Columbia, SC

Kara Fleharty
(2008-2009)
Oak Lawn, IL

Amy Frosch
(2016-2017)
Fairmont, WV

Ruth Gallagher
(2015-2016)
Barrington, NJ

Jillian Gardner
(2010-2011)
Scotch Plains, NJ

Nathan Gardstein
(2015-2016)
Bellaire, TX

Sophia George
(2015-2016)
Missouri City, TX

Caitlynn Godwin
(2014-2015)
Lewisville, TX

Bailey Gottman
(2016-2017)
Paducah , KY

Bailey Gunter
(2008-2009)
Midlothian, TX

Sarah Habermehl
(2007-2008)

Alex Hernandez
(2016-2017)
Houston, TX

Taylor Hewes
(2008-2009)
Kennett Square, PA

Michael Hobensack
(2008-2009)
Columbia, SC

Ana Hollander
(2010-2011)
Iowa City, IA

Brianna Houston
(2014-2015)
DeSoto, TX

Luke Huston
(2011-2012)
Brownsburg, IN

Jerry James
(2012-2013)

Ryan James
(2014-2015)
Salt Lake City, UT

Brent Johnson
(2007-2008)
Knoxville, TN

Matt Johnson
(2016-2017)
Southfield, MI

Sarah Jordan
(2007-2008)
St. Augustine, FL

Kyle Keigan
(2007-2008)
Story City, IA

Arielle Keller
(2015-2016)
Hebron, KY

Ashley Kempa
(2007-2009)
Yardley, PA

Nicole Keshock
(2012-2013)
Avon, OH

Amanda Lambert
(2011-2012)
Pittstown, NJ

Andrew Larsen
(2010-2011)
Helena, MT

Elizabeth Lippman
(2012-2013)
Houston, TX

Douglas Manzone
(2014-2015)
Jacksonville, FL

Robert Manzone
(2012-2013)
Jacksonville, FL

Ashley McFadden
(2008-2009)
Blythewood, SC

Harriet McGowan
(2012-2013)
Columbia, SC

Caroline McManus
(2015-2016)
Columbia, SC

Molly McShane
(2016-2017)
Antelope, CA

AJ Mitchell
(2011-2012)
Jacksonville, FL

Morgan Mitchell
(2014-2015)
Sacramento , CA

Sarah Mohr
(2007-2008)

Elizabeth Moran
(2015-2016)
Chester, NJ

Turk Moran
(2015-2016)
Chester, NJ

Ethan Naluz
(2015-2016)
Tempe, AZ

Elizabeth Norris
(2008-2009)
Lenoir, NC

Juan Pacheco
(2014-2015)
Columbia, SC

Sianna Peal
(2011-2012)
Hillsborough, NJ

Leslie Perez
(2010-2011)
Fayetteville, GA

Caroline Pritchett
(2015-2016)
Bellville, TX

Sally Rausch
(2008-2009)
Columbia, SC

Marisa Redding
(2008-2009)
Edison, NJ

Katlyn Riggins
(2010-2011)
Carrollton, TX

Steven Sainz
(2012-2013)
St. Mary's, GA

Jeremy Satterwhite
(2007-2008)
Rex, GA

Jonathan Simmons
(2014-2015)
Houston, TX

Annie Skrobacz
(2008-2009)
Olean, NY

Tia Smart
(2016-2017)
Salt Lake City, UT

Grace Smith
(2014-2015)
Columbia, SC

Sarah Kate Thomas
(2014-2015)
Winston-Salem, NC

Mike Thompson
(2016-2017)
Frankfort, IL

Nan Wagner
(2007-2008)
Vicksburg, MS

AnnMarie Wakely
(2010-2011)
Savannah, GA

Cassie Watters
(2011-2012)
Chapel Hill, NC

Beatrix Weil
(2007-2009)
Lynbrook, NY

Aaron Williams
(2008-2009)
Cynthiana, KY

Danielle Wilson
(2008-2009)
Columbia, SC

Sam Woods
Columbia, SC

Jarrett Wright
(2015-2016)
Charlotte, NC

Shelley Xu
(2010-2011)
Gilbert, AZ

Caitlin Young
(2007-2008)
Grand Junction, CO

Zach Zimmerman
(2010-2011)
Farmington, WA

Donate to Souper Bowl of Caring

One of the fundamentals of Souper Bowl of Caring is 100% of everything collected by our participants is donated directly to the charity of their choice. Because of this, we rely on donations from caring people like you to help us continue our mission. Every donation helps Souper Bowl of Caring empower youth, unite communities and generate food and resources at a critical time of year when charities are reporting a decrease in volunteers and donations. A donation to Souper Bowl of Caring is an investment: For every $1 you donate, $30 is generated for charities in local communities across the country.