Monique Ray- Local Resident and National Competition Semi-Finalist – CommonBond Social Impact Award

South San Francisco, CA  November 1, 2018

My name is Monique Ray. I am 18 years old have lived in SSF my whole life. As El Camino High School students Maya Patel and I interned with Heather Enders with the City of South San Francisco Manager’s office. She and I co-founded the South San Francisco Youth Advisory Council with Mayor Pro Tempore Karyl Matsumoto. I am a recent 2018 graduate of El Camino High School and am currently attending the University of San Francisco.

I have a small favor to ask. I designed a hydroponic project for minorities and low-income households and k-12 classrooms, which won me a national semi-finalist position in the CommonBond Social Impact competition.

Now the second round is purely based on voting. CLICK HERE to vote for my project.

I hope that you will support me and help me to publicize as a fellow SSF resident, who believes change can come from anywhere. Voting ends November 4. I need as many votes as possible. You can only use your email once.  I have already received national recognition by DoSomething.Org for registering over 250 students and youth to vote along with Maya Patel.

 

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