International Leadership and Business Summit Team:

Victoria Tailoring

Our Life-Changing Project

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Our Business Partner: AD Fashion Design Tailoring

Business Owner:Abdulhadi Ahmed

Location:Yelwa Makaranta,

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Our Team

Elissa Diaz
Class of 2018

My name is Elissa Diaz, and I am a rising senior. In school, I have taken many honors and an AP classe to challenge myself academically.
I also participate in extracurricular activities, such as International Thespian Society and my school’s theater program, Saxon Stage.
In past years I have participated in my school’s Relay for Life event, and I used to volunteer on weekends to help dogs be adopted through the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation.
I am very excited to have found Leadership Initiatives and to be given the chance to work with them this summer. With the opportunities and connections provided in the program, I hope to be able to work with my team to help a developing business succeed.

Kimia Mortezai
Class of 2019

Hello! My name is Kimia Mortezai and I am going to be a junior at Rio Mesa High School in Oxnard, California. Being the oldest of two sisters, I have had to learn a lot on my own, and one of the most confusing transitions I have gone through is high school. All of a sudden, I forgot the importance of education and having a proper attitude, and it is definitely my biggest regret in life. Despite starting off my high school career in a weak way, I have grown tremendously by taking all AP and honors classes, joining school clubs such as Knowledge Bowl and Science Olympiad, and learning how to study and work hard in order to achieve my long term goal of pursuing a career in the dental or medical field. My exposure to both fields came from my aunts and mother, and ever since I was a young girl I knew I wanted to help improve people’s lives and put a smile on their faces.

My hobbies include sketching, playing and listening to music, and playing sports. I love expressing myself and watching or hearing others express themselves through art and music. My favorite instruments to play are the piano, guitar, and drums. My love for sports began when I was about 5 years old when my mom put me in dance classes with hopes of turning me into a phenomenal dancer. However, to everyone’s surprise, I expressed a love for martial arts. I have a second degree black belt in taekwondo and am hoping to earn my third degree black belt some time in next few months. I am also competitive in the sport and have gone to many tournaments competing as an individual and with my team. Before I graduate high school, I hope to earn a state champion title. In addition to taekwondo, I absolutely love playing volleyball and watching gymnastics.

I am extremely grateful for this opportunity and am excited to be a part of a project that improves the lives of many in other parts of the world

Lukas Happe
Class of 2018

My name is Lukas Happe and I am currently a rising senior at Panther Creek high school. I was orginally born in Soligen, Germany, but have lived in Cary, North Carolina for the past ten years. I plan to pursue a career in buisness after attending a University; my ideal majors would be something surrounding management or economics. The reason for wanting to pursue such majors is that I currently hold my PMIEF which is the first step in order for me to get a PMP and from an econmics standpoint I very much so enjoy viewing patterns of money and how it works. Although, I am not in IBAP I truly find programs like these insiprational and helpful for my future.

Nneoma Okea
Class of 2019

My name is Nneoma Okea and next school year I will be a junior. I am a hardworking person and I always try my best to excel at what I do. I enjoy learning and experiencing new things so that I can apply them in my life. In school, I challenge myself academically having taken Pre-AP classes and my first AP class this year. I am a part of HOSA: An Association of Health Science Students where I volunteer at events. I am the Vice President of the Interact Club, a member of the Young Historians Club, and the Spanish Club. Also, I have played the piano for six years, the saxophone for three years, and am currently attempting the harmonica and guitar. I am excited to work with Leadership Initiatives and have the chance to transform the lives of others.

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