Joellaine Duku

    A long-term resident of Stafford County, Joellaine is an International Baccalaureate® (IB) student who attends Brooke Point High School, and is a proud graduate of both Widewater Elementary School and Shirley C. Heim Middle School.

    Always having a passion for diplomacy, Joellaine is one of the proud executive leaders in her school’s chamber orchestra (as Concertmistress), Model United Nations, Black Student Union (as a co-founder) and IB Ambassadors clubs. She also holds office in her school’s student government as a junior class representative in addition to being an active participant in her school’s National Honor Society and Forensics club. She also holds an executive position in Stafford County’s Youth NAACP.

    Outside of school, Joellaine likes nightly walks, stars, fashion, video games, reading, listening to music, and drawing.

Jennifer Odetogun

  • Jennifer is an International Baccalaureate® candidate and a JROTC student at Mountain View High School. In addition to expanding her knowledge, she finds pride in helping her community. Jennifer's compassion, perseverance, and advocacy are values she considers important. As the alternate student representative to the school board, Jennifer hopes to work alongside her peers and community to provide a better education system for all Stafford Schools students. She is
    determined to tackle issues such as lack of resources, mental health, and excessive dependency on technology.

    Jennifer hopes to pursue a career in criminal justice after high school. She has been a part of her school's student government since her freshman year, as well as volunteering and helping out within the student body. She is the current historian of her junior class, and is a part of clubs such as DECA, and BSU.

    Besides her love for education, her community and its growth, Jennifer finds comfort in expressing her creativity through doing the hair of those she loves most.