Sophia Yervasi

Sophia is currently a student at Western Governors University, studying human resources and management. She hopes to become a CEO at her own large corporation. Sophia was adopted at a young age from Haiti. Sophia strives to advocate for multicultural adoption. For the past two years, Sophia has been on her fitness losing over 145lbs and counting. She is currently working as a wildland firefighter, helping to stop the spread of western fires.

Kathryn Moore

Kathryn is an Executive Assistant at a Name Image Likeness company. She is pursuing her B.S. in Public Health Management with goals to eventually open her own nonprofit to provide dental services to senior citizens. She is a member of the Idaho Oral Health Alliance- a statewide nonprofit that addresses oral health needs for Idaho citizens. Kathryn also volunteers with Miles of Smiles that provides free dental care to the Treasure Valley’s under- served children.

Amy Agenbroad

A University of Idaho graduate, Amy served as Philanthropy Chair in her sorority working with women to improve literacy in today’s youth. Partnering with United States Tennis Association, Amy promotes youth physical fitness as a 4X tennis and dance Idaho State Champion. After college graduation she advocated on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC and danced professionally in the NFL. Now working for a management consultant firm, she is helping the world make better decisions.

Hannah Menzner

Idaho native, Hannah, 27, is an MBA candidate at the Wharton School and published author of her nonfiction book, “Glass Ceiling Epiphanies”. She is a former Boise Rotary Scholar and Idaho’s Distinguished Student Award winner. Her deep passion for mental health stemmed from her experience volunteering for a crisis hotline, and she has since founded Project IdaHOPE to teach Idahoans to spot the suicide warning signs and risk factors.

Samantha Townsend

Born and raised in Idaho, Samantha is a 23-year-old model, clinical assistant in perioperative care, instructor, and host/creator of the local nonprofit event “Your Voice is Heard Fashion Show.” When she isn’t playing semipro soccer or teaching for Barbizon modeling/acting, you can find her advocating for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. She is a survivor of both, using her voice to share her story and inspire others to raise theirs.

Brittani Roe

Living her dream as a Special Educator, Brittani has built a life and passion for disability advocacy and for promotion of inclusion under her platform ‘See the Able, Not the Label’. While pursuing her Master’s degree in Special Education, Brittani also works with a variety of different organizations at the state and national level including: Gymnastics Director for Game Changers Idaho, Expansion Intern for Best Buddies International and State Director for Montana Miss Amazing.