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Dahlia Huh

Student Member

Dahlia Huh Ms. Huh, a senior at Clarksburg High School, is the 37th student member of the Board of Education. In the past few years, she has held several leadership positions, including serving with the Montgomery County Regional (MCR) Student Government Association, Maryland Association of Student Councils (MASC), and the Montgomery County Student Advisory Council (SAC). 

Leadership and Accomplishments

  • Montgomery County Region (MCR) – Student Government Association (SGA)
    • Officer
    • Secretary
    • Executive Board Member
     
  • Maryland Association of Student Councils
    • Workshop Trainer - Fall Leadership Conference
    • Workshop Trainer - Legislative Session
     
  • Clarksburg High School
    • SGA Vice President
  • National Youth Association – Delegate to American Youth Summit
 
  • Term expires June 30, 2015
  • 12th Grade Student at Clarksburg High School
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