What is Activism?
The Activism Department oversees all activism initiatives in the Ohio River Valley. Activism is what makes JSA an incredible and influential organization. JSA allows students to build and express their beliefs, yet, activism allows students to apply those beliefs to the betterment of their communities. From political to social activism, JSA assists students in making a difference in their communities and their world. Activism is what makes JSA truly vital to the future of our country, and we constantly strive to fulfill our goal of across-the-board activism from every JSA member.
Director of Activism
Hi friends! I’m Shane Ausmus, a junior at Dublin Coffman High School, and I’m incredibly excited to be your Director of Activism this year. Outside of JSA, my interests include long walks on the beach, student council, Model UN, and referencing a twitter account that I don’t actually have. If you want music recommendations or activism initiatives, email me using the link above!
Deputy DIRECTOR OF ACTIVISM
Hi! I’m Noura Fayyazi, one of the activism (convention) specialists. I’m a sophomore at Dublin Coffman High School. Aside from JSA, I’m involved in student council and key club. I also play violin, as well as do martial arts and ballet. I’m looking forward to a great year in JSA!
Hi everyone! My name’s Gene and I’m extremely excited to serve as an activism specialist! I’m currently a sophomore at Worthington Kilbourne HS and along with JSA I also do Science Olympiad, Student Council, and work with young Somali and Nepali children. I’m an avid reader, a lover of history, and aspire to become a pediatrician.
Hi! My name is Jenna Martz, and I’m a junior at Olentangy Liberty. I run cross country and track, and love ceramics and sculpture. I also am in our schools class cabinet (we plan the dances).
My name is Annie Wang and I am a junior at Dublin Coffman High School. I have been playing piano for about 10 years and really enjoy that. I am a volunteer at Riverside Methodist Hospital and I love traveling to other continents.