Henry is a senior at Cupertino High School. He has previously served as a Model United Nations club president at a young age. He takes part in bipartisan organizations and is inspired in the sector of speaking against the world's issues. While fervent on community impact and public speaking, Henry is inspired to explore the link between multinational relations and business.
Ilan is a senior at Cupertino High School who serves on the officer team of his school's Mock Trial team. He is inspired and experienced both in the courtroom and in the real world, interested in building connections with the community. He hopes to research the link between public speaking and governmental power.
Sammy is a senior at Cupertino High School who serves as a captain on his school's Speech and Debate team. He has been passionate about public speaking from a very young age, and has participated in a variety speech tournaments and events. He is motivated to give his skills back to the community, and aspires to promote the art of public speaking to all kinds of communities.
Melvin is a senior at Milton Academy who is interested in education, public speaking, and economics. He has been competing in speech, debate, and other competitions and aspires to work with others to create more opportunities in these fields for students around the world. He hopes to find ways to give back to the student community through education, competition, and equity advancement.
Abby Underweiser is a senior at Scarsdale High School who is Captain of her school’s Speech and Debate team. She has participated in numerous tournaments throughout her career, including placing 7th at the National Catholic Forensic League Tournament in the category of Oral Interpretation. A passionate performer, Abby believes in the power of each person’s voice and takes tremendous pride in teaching public speaking to students across the globe.
Hello, I’m Harmoni! I am a junior at Pearson Online Academy. I participate in many things such as my school’s debate club, leadership program and I plan to manage the NHS chapter for my school. When I’m not doing this, I’m giving back to my community by volunteering at Metropolitan Ministries. I have hopes of establishing a strong presence in the world of pre-law now and becoming an attorney after attending university. I chose a career in law because its relationship with society is deteriorating. I feel that through understanding the law and educating others, we can slowly get citizens comfortable as opposed to fearing it.
Each of our chapters are run by individual teams. Chapter Presidents serve on the same level as the central team, except they manage a satellite branch of Teach for Speech. Explore our chapters and their teams below!