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Upstander Central

Welcome to Upstander Central, where you you can share your views, connect with other schools, and get key tips and encouragement from exciting guest BullyBust ambassadors to keep your Upstander Alliance going strong! View a personal message from American writer and author of the novel Wicked, Gregory Maguire.

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Dana Copes August 23, 2012 at 3:40pm

I look forward to learning more!

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Clement Coulston is a student at the University of Delaware.  Inclusive youth leadership, authentic student engagement, and advocacy are passionate topics for him. It has been his experience that youth can be educated, empowered and lead to make the positive change in the world. Through his involvement on the Special Olympics Project UNIFY® National Youth Activation Committee, Coulston continues to spread the message that we need to look to our youth as agents of change! One of his favorite quotes is:
“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader” by John Quincy Adams

Jenny Zhong is currently a junior at the University of Pennsylvania studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. She is a member of the National School Climate Council and was engaged as a student leader in the NSCC Summer Institute this past summer in July. She is an advocate for social justice, youth empowerment, and positive school climate. Aside from NSCC, she is also involved with Special Olympics Project UNIFY--an education initiative promoting inclusion and acceptance of students with disabilities in schools and communities. She believes one should “dream no small dreams for they have no power to move the hearts of men.”—Goethe

Hey Everyone! My name is Evan Heller and I am a freshman at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where I am planning to major in Social Thought and Political Economy doubled with Anthropology. I am a youth leader—a role I have acquired and trained for through my work with Special Olympics, my position on the national Youth Activation Committee and Massachusetts Youth Activation Council, as well as several positions in high school and college. I have attended many conferences in regards to education, equity, and leadership, and from this have gained many insights that I hope to be able to share with any who are interested!