Student Leadership 2020-2021

  • Dara Adamolekun, President

    Dara is a part of Arlington High School’s student council, where she’s been on the executive board since her freshman year. She first got involved with TASC by attending an area workshop, and fell in love with it ever since! She served as the West Tennessee Area Representative this past year and is always looking forward to the next time she can be around so many amazing leaders, whether it’s camp, workshops, or conventions! 

    Outside of student council, Dara is involved with Beta Club, Collegiate Academy, and Key Club. She loves running, Animal Crossing, meeting new people, and writing IG captions about herself in the third person. Fun Fact about Dara— she can talk with her mouth closed! 

  • addason Harris, Vice President

    “My name is Addason Harris and I go to Bradley Central High School. I have been involved in TASC since my very first convention in 2016, and I’ve been to every convention and workshop since. I also went to my first camp this past summer!! I enjoy America, singing and dancing, the enneagram, and spending time with the people I love. 

    A fun fact about me is that I’m an enneagram 2w3. I’m beyond excited to serve this great organization throughout this next year!! Thank you all for allowing me to represent you on this board of incredible leaders!”

  • Emma Nicell, Secretary Co-Host

    Emma attends Houston High School and has been involved with TASC for the past 2 years, enjoying workshops, camp, convention, and SASC! She is in Best Buddies, a camp counselor at Lakeshore Camp and Retreat Center, and loves being a part of Germantown United Methodist Church’s youth group, cross country, beta, national honors society, and honors academy!

    Emma is a triplet, loves dancing, and wants you to know that she loves YOU, whoever is reading this! 

  • Lauren Nicell, Secretary Co-host

    Lauren attends Houston High and has been involved with TASC for the past three years! Outside of SGA, she is the girl’s soccer team manager, the boy’s soccer team videographer, plays guitar, and is in Honors Academy, FCA, Best Buddies, and is an active member of her youth group! 

    On top of that— she can make almost any animal noise! We’re sure she’d love to demo for you, dawgs.
  • amelia Lemmon, SEC Co-Host Elect

    Amelia has loved being a part of TASC, from attending workshops to convention to SASC! She goes to Station Camp High School and serves as the 2022 class president. 

    Outside of student council, she is involved with the swim team, beta club, mu alpha theta, Sumner County Student Leadership Council, and volunteers at Second Harvest Food Bank! One fun fact about Amelia: her birthday is on Christmas Day!

  • Elizabeth baltz, SEC Co-Host Elect

    Elizabeth is an upcoming senior from Station Camp High School and has enjoyed her time learning what TASC is all about! 

    At her school, she is very involved student council, DECA, and Beta Club. She also teaches kindergarteners at her church! Fun fact about Elizabeth— her favorite place in the world is the lake!

  • Whitman CZAJkowski, Creative director

    Whitman has been a part of TASC for the last 6 years —a total of 16 events— and served on the exec board 2017 + hosted two workshops! As a rising senior at Siegel High School, he serves as the Sports Information Director, Broadcast Engineer, Basketball PA Announcer, Football Play-Caller, Volleyball Director of Operations, and Lighting Designer for the theatre department. He’s also a National Beta Club Technology Student Director and is the technology coordinator for the Tennessee United Methodist Conference. 

    He holds an Apple certification for Final Cut Pro X and an Adobe certification for Photoshop and Premiere Pro. He loves technology and organizing events for thousands of people! Fun fact about Whitman: He’s an NCAA Division 1 Basketball Scorekeeper! He was the official scorebook keeper when MTSU Men’s Basketball played Kentucky at Murphy Center a couple of months ago & had to wear an officials uniform and everything!

  • Luke Massongill, west TENNESSEE AREA REP

    Luke’s been involved with TASC for the past 6 years and has loved attending conventions, workshops, SASC conferences, camp, and Vision! 

    He’s Ripley High’s SCA Vice President, HOSA President, a representative for Youth Leadership Lauderdale, Tennis Team Captain, and a member of Spanish club and Beta Club! Luke loves gardening, fishing, escape rooms and traveling.

  • Rhett White, west tennessee Middle area rep

    Rhett  a rising 8th grader. Rhett’s attended two workshops- one of which her school, Ripley Middle, hosted! 

    Outside of school, she plays softball and cheers and is involved with FCA, SCA, and is a member of FUMC Youth. She loves swimming and drawing & can stretch and touch her nose to her knees while standing up!

  • Abbie Grace mashburn, Middle Tennessee Area Rep

    Abbie Grace attends Lincoln County High School and has been involved with TASC since her 6th grade year, attending workshops, camps, and conventions!

    Along with student council, Abbie Grace is a member of Future Health Professionals (HOSA) and plays tennis! She’s also a member of Pumpkinheads (the spirit club at LCHS) and is a member of the Washington Street Church of Christ Youth Group. She loves to spend time with friends and family, travel, go shopping & enjoys Bible journaling and learning more about the Lord’s word! An interesting fact about Abbie Grace: She and her family are trying to go to every single MLB baseball park there is!

  • Lily Monterroza, MIddle Tennessee MIddle Area Rep

    Lily attends Mount Juliet Middle School and has been involved which student council for the past two years— including helping to host last year’s workshop. 

    Outside of school and student council, she loves playing volleyball! A fun fact about Lily is that she used to live in Arizona!