My name is Raziel Sink. I am 16 years old, and I am determined to make this world a better place. In fourth grade I was the victim of bullying. I didn't let it bring me down, instead I decided to do something about it! During my fifth grade year, I created and ran an entire month long bullying prevention campaign at my elementary campus. This included me going into every classroom, grades K-5 to teach weekly character education classes; starting a Kindness Givers club; having themed events to raise awareness of bullying; and ending with an assembly where I gave a speech and showed video messages from celebrities about bully prevention. The following year I was on the middle and high school campus and was determined to make my campaign bigger and better. That year I brought my campaign to my new campus, continued it at my old one, and spoke at a couple of other locations. I fundraised to build a bullying prevention toolkit which has books, posters, bracelets, etc. to utilize during bullying prevention month. I try to be a leader in all things I do. This got me nominated for and accepted to the National Youth Leadership Forum Pathways to STEM conference in Dallas. I got to learn more about leadership skills, along with many neat STEM topics. STEM was one of my big passions for a long time and it is something that will always be very special to me. Since then, I have found an even bigger passion in photography and I am currently studying at the University of the Incarnate Word to become a professional photographer. My hobbies include watching soccer, reading, learning about mythology, going to movies, going to escape rooms, and listening to music. Aside from my bullying prevention campaign, I love doing things to help raise money for childhood cancer research. I have also had the wonderful experience of speaking to a college class about teachers working with gifted students. I hope you will follow my projects and I will keep you up to date with all I am doing to change the world. Remember to spread kindness.
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