International Leadership and Business Summit Team:

Hamilton Orphan Care

Our Life-Changing Project

Our Challenges

Our Business Partner: The LI Orphan Care and Independence Program

0 LI Business Partnering with Program
0 Oprhans Enrolled
0 Orphans Receiving Skills Training
0 Months Training until Orphan can start to work

Our Team

Ella Jolley
Class of 2018

My name is Ella Jolley and I live in Las Vegas, Nevada. I am a rising senior at Palo Verde High School and will be graduating in 2018. I was born in Denver, Colorado on Easter Sunday, 2000, and I am the oldest of four children in my family.
I am enrolled in the most rigorous classes in my school, all Honors and AP courses. Throughout my highschool years, I have been involved in multiple clubs and organizations such as student council, speech and debate, yearbook, and National Honor Society. I currently hold the positions as president of my school’s National Honor Society chapter as well as yearbook editor.
Outside of school, I am involved in my community and participate in a church-sponsored volunteer youth program and numerous volunteer activities. In addition, I have played the piano since I was eight years old and regularly perform in recitals. I also tutor an autistic boy in the areas of math, piano, and geography. A few of my hobbies include hiking, photography, and sudoku.
My time as a team leader of a International Business Alliance Program group began the summer of 2015 and my team and I have partnered with multiple business owners to help them find solutions to issues their businesses are facing. I love the all of the amazing opportunities this program has to offer and that I can touch the lives of people living across the globe.

Jayla Simmons
Class of 2018

Hi, my name is Jayla Simmons. I am currently a senior at North Thurston High School. In my free time I cheer, paint, or volunteer at the Hand’s On Children’s Museum.

At school I participate in Varsity Cheer, Renaissance, and National Honor Society. I also go to South Puget Sound Community College and take classes there on my way to an Associate’s degree. I also participate in a scholarship program, where I am a Lakefair princess.

When I am not volunteering or helping file at my dad’s job, I work at Forrey’s Forza which is a coffee shop in Olympia, Washington.

I am very excited and grateful for the opportunity to help the orphan care program. I love working with children and watching them grow and believe every child should get that opportunity.

Morgan Biele
Class of 2019

My name is Morgan Biele, but most of my friends address me by my nickname, “Momo”. I am a rising junior at Woodstock Union High School in Woodstock, Vermont, where I spend the majority of my time studying science and participating in clubs. I would like to be a pediatric neurologist when I grow up, because I am passionate about the nervous system and would love to help children. In order to accomplish my career goals, I can often be found in the biology classroom! However, I am also the Junior Class Treasurer, the President of the Vermont Teen Leadership Safety Program, and I am an active member of the Interact Rotary Club, Medicine Club, as well as the Math team. I am thrilled to be apart of the International Leadership and Business Summit, and look forward to help changing the world!

Neil K Rawat
Class of 2020

My name is Neil Rawat, and I’m a rising sophomore. In school, I pry myself on hard work, I am always very eager to work with others and lend a helping hand to my community.

At school and outside of school I participate in after school activities. In school, I participate in Greenteam, an environment conscious group.Outside of school, I go spar and kickbox people at my dojo in Strive Martial Arts, and am a first degree black belt. In the future, I plan to join a Writing and Poem club and achieving my second degree black belt.    

I contribute in my community by cooking rice to give to the homeless every Saturday, and making P3 packets, which have food for students who cannot afford to eat on the weekends. I hope to take my generosity and ideas and expand on them through the International Leadership and Business Summit.

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