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2014–15 Student Board of Directors

Alexis Arevalos
Alexis Arevalos
Fox Tech High School
Michael Avalos
Michael Avalos
Jefferson High School
La'Shelbee Boyd
La'Shelbee Boyd
Sam Houston High School
Nathalia Canizalez
Nathalia Canizalez
Highlands High School
Ramses Chairez
Ramses Chairez
Jefferson High School
Ruben Chapa Jr.
Ruben Chapa Jr.
Fox Tech High School
Christopher Escobar
Christopher Escobar
Travis Early College
Elizabeth Fabela
Elizabeth Fabela
Burbank High School
Kiara Fagan
Kiara Fagan
Sam Houston High School
Cynthia Gonzalez
Cynthia Gonzalez

Brackenridge High School
Victoria Gonzalez
Victoria Gonzalez
Travis Early College
Leslie Medina
Leslie Medina
Lanier High School
Esperanza Mendez
Esperanza Mendez
Highlands High School
Enrique Nunez
Enrique Nunez
Burbank High School
Evalene Olivo
Evalene Olivo
Edison High School
Mario Perez
Mario Perez

Brackenridge High School
Lusina Rangel
Lusina Rangel
Lanier High School
Tina Valdez
Tina Valdez
Young Women's Leadership Academy
Joe Vasquez
Joe Vasquez
Edison High School
Ilanna Villagran
Ilanna Villagran
Young Women's Leadership Academy

From Classroom to Boardroom to Community

The San Antonio Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas is proud to sponsor the Student Board of Directors in partnership with the San Antonio Independent School District.

The Student Board of Directors program provides a unique opportunity for students to learn about the roles and functions of the Federal Reserve. Students will gain exposure to the Federal Reserve System while learning about their local community and developing leadership skills by participating in an education project.

The Selection Process

High schools within the San Antonio Independent School District select representatives to serve on the Student Board for a one-year term. Board members must be high school seniors in the top quarter of their class. Interested students must apply through their individual schools. Contact information can be obtained from the student’s school program representative.

Program Schedule

Once selected, students serve from October through March and attend monthly meetings held at the San Antonio Federal Reserve Branch. Meetings include guest speakers, presentations, roundtable discussions and educational exercises.

Program Benefits

The Student Board program provides exceptional opportunities for personal and professional growth. Participants explore real-world issues affecting the nation’s economy and financial system. Participation can be included on a student’s transcript/resume upon successful completion of the program.