Dana Alvarez Mendoza is a senior at Capistrano Valley High School and isgrateful to be a part of SOC4Change. She was born in Mexico and focuses on issues of Hispanic/Latino communities, as well as gun control and reproductive rights. She hopes to be a part of the change her parents and her dog want to see in the world.
Trevor Remeyer is a senior at Dana Hills High School and the treasurer of SOC4Change. His main focuses are fighting partisan bias, improvement of environmental regulation, and voter education. He also is an avid musician/songwriter who seeks to invoke a spirit of change through relevant and impactful lyricism.
Sarah Glick is an avid cat lover, theatre kid, and dancer and is often found enjoying a milk tea with boba or eating pho. She is inspired everyday by the open mindedness, determination, and intellect of her generation. She hopes that her involvement in SOC4Change will allow her the opportunity to join forces with these amazing young people to make change possible.
Noah Estling is excited to be a part of publicity for SOC4Change! He is a senior at Laguna Hills High School, where he is Secretary General of the MUN program and president of CSF. He is also a part of the drama programs and enjoys having no free time.
Kyle is a high school senior who lives in the 48th district. He goes to school at Dana Hills HS and is happy to be a part of SOC4Change’s board. His areas of concern are primarily in voter activism, environmental protection, and gun control. Kyle loves the Dana Point and Laguna Beach community and hopes to drive change in these areas.
Olivia Drury is a senior at Dana Hills High School and a founding member of SOC4change. She lives in California voting district 48 and will proudly vote (as soon as she turns 18). Her main focuses include youth involvement, gun control, and racial and gender equality.
Greer Albaugh is excited to be entering her senior year of high school at Dana Hills in Dana Point, California. She’s ecstatic to be apart of such an amazing organization like Students of Orange County for Change. Greer’s main focuses are LGBTQ + involvment, women’s reproductive rights, and gun control. Greer is also heavily involved in her school’s newspaper and is President of Dana Hills’ Drama Club.