Student Leadership 2018-2019
Megan is a senior at Ravenwood High School where she serves as senior class president. She has been involved with TASC for 6 years and looks forward to dancing and cheering with all of her friends each summer at camp. Her favorite candy is Hershey Kisses, she’s a varsity cheerleader at Ravenwood, a Freshman Mentor, national honors society member, enjoys spending time at the lake with her friends and family, and she loves to sing (especially musical theater)!
“I love this organization endlessly and cannot thank everyone enough for the many friendships and lessons I’ve gained throughout my TASC journey! I can’t wait to serve as your president, It’s gonna be a great year!”
Drew Edwards is a rising senior at Arlington High School and your current Vice President. His favorite part of TASC is getting to meet new people at every event you attend. He’s been attending TASC for 3 years and absolutely loves it. His favorite candy is blue raspberry sour punch straws and pay days. His favorite activity would definitely be baseball where he’s a pitcher and an outfielder. Other than that he stays on the fortnite grind whenever he can.
“I am extremely excited to be serving you all as your Vice President. This organization has given me so much and I plan to give as much as I can back! I’m looking forward to a fantastic year!”
Emma is going to be a senior at Wilson Central High School where she serves as student body historian. She has been involved with TASC for 3 years and loves all of the opportunities to meet new people and learn new things to bring back to her home council; she also loves all of the fun dances and chants. Her favorite candy is Reese’s peanut butter cups or ice cream, she’s captain of the varsity soccer team, loves going on mission trips, and enjoys spending time with her youth group!
“This organization has become my home and I have made lifelong friendships because of TASC. I can’t wait to see everyone at convention next spring!”
Jesse is going to be a senior at Wilson Central High School in Lebanon where he serves as student body treasurer. He has been involved with TASC for 4 years and is always ecstatic about getting to see all his friends from all over the state any chance he can get! His favorite candy is sour gummy worms, he enjoys detailing his car, hiking, and loves his labradoodle Tesla.“We eagerly await your arrival at convention and cannot wait to see you in Lebanon as we turn leadership upside down, because we all know there are stranger things than leadership at TASC!”
Emma is going to be a senior at Soddy Daisy High School where she serves as student body co-president. She has been involved with TASC for 3 years and loves bonding with people from other schools to have friendships all over the state. Her favorite candy is Reese’s, she plays soccer, is a leader in her church group and FCA, and loves anything to do with the arts!
“This organization has helped make student council more than just an activity for me. I can’t wait to give back to it after all the life long memories I’ve made!”
Lilly is going to be a senior at Siegel High School where she serves as senior class spirit leader. She has been involved with TASC for 6 years and her favorite part of TASC is the love that you get coming in not knowing anyone and the love you get when you leave. Her favorite candy is Hershey Kisses, she is involved with her schools girl group ADK, and loves hanging with her girls!
“I absolutely love TASC and I am so excited for what this year holds. I can not wait to see how many people we can bring into this organization this year!”
Sage is going to be a senior at Collierville High School where she is running for a director position. She has been involved with her home council 4 years and has been part of TASC for 2 years! Her favorite part of TASC is getting to learn about different schools’ functions, finding out what works for them, then being able to implement something similar in her school. Her main objective is learning what’ll make her peers happiest, while utilizing her SGA’s strengths to make everything as efficient as possible. Also learning chants has been a fun experience for her; she hopes to teach the incoming freshmen everything from the “Pizza Man” to “We Feel Good!” Her favorite candy is milk duds, she loves her three jobs of babysitting, life guarding, and being a receptionist; she is also involved in many school clubs from National Honors Society to Rock ‘N Roll club!
“Our school is pretty new to the whole TASC thing, but I am excited to I got to experience as much as I have! From getting to meet so many friends and great leaders, to all the laughs and skills I have learned, I am so glad TASC has been a new addition to my life.”