Photo of 2021-22 Human Rights Student Leadership Council The Prince William County Human Rights Commission, in partnership with Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS), has chosen the 2021-22 Human Rights Student Leadership Council (HRSLC). Thirty-five PWCS high school students have been selected to serve on the Council, including one PWCS student who was selected as a Human Rights Student Leadership Council ambassador. Ambassadors are former student members of the HRSLC who support the incoming members throughout the school year.

The HRSLC is offered to current high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors in public, private, and home school communities within Prince William County. The council helps develop young leaders and promotes dialogue on diversity, understanding, and an appreciation of the differences among students. Students on the council learn about human and civil rights laws and become informed about how to protect and assert their rights, with a goal toward filling leadership roles in the future and helping to prepare the next generation of prospective employees, tenants, and consumers.

Congratulations to the following PWCS students:

Battlefield High School
Daniel Kwon
Kundayi Mazando
Muhammad Usufzai
Jaylen Waithe

Brentsville District High School
Leo Landry

Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School
Trinity Chamblin
Adishiwot Fricke
Mia Hicks
Anna Phillips
Reagan Fournier
Carley Mayers
Michael Mazza (Ambassador)

Forest Park High School
Luke Brockenberry

Freedom High School
Azara Abukari
Nishat Ahmed
Roqia Ali
Amailei Anderson
Angel Gill
Genisus Brown

Gainesville High School
Shifa Fayyaz
Halia Hoffman

Gar-Field High School
Zerenity Walker

Independence Nontraditional School
Yasmin Ramirez-Dominguez
Faith Sellman

Osbourn Park High School
Hanna Aklil
Isabella Aversano
Zachary Johnson
Madison Nally
Mehmood Shajih

Patriot High School
Anuti Shah

Potomac High School
Ciara Benitoe

Unity Reed High School
Alejandro Alegre

Woodbridge High School
Rediet Dawit
Kyle Pardo
Malia Sarmac