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Alpharetta Resident Named to 20 Under 20 Student Leaders List

Sahaana Sundar, a student at Alpharetta High School, was recognized as one of the 20 students named to the prestigious list.

This year's 20 Under 20 Student Leaders. Credit: 21st Century Leaders
This year's 20 Under 20 Student Leaders. Credit: 21st Century Leaders
An Alpharetta student has been recognized as part of an elite group of young men and women placed on the 20 Under 20 Student Leaders list.

Sahaana Sundar, a student at Alpharetta High School, was recognized in a ceremony last month at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta Perimeter Ravinia.

21st Century Leaders and members of Atlanta Business Chronicle's 40 Under 40 choose 20 students across Georgia for their service and impact to the community and/or school.

The students were chosen for starting endeavors such as initiating businesses and clubs, demonstrating superior leadership skills and for being outstanding role models for other youth.

Other students recognized include:

  • Juliana Abel, North Springs Charter High School
  • Tiffani Alexander, Home Schooled
  • Akilah Blount, Westlake High School
  • Kirbe Bostick, Marietta High School
  • Jasmine Durden, Shiloh High School
  • Ben Goldfein, The Weber School
  • Kashish Gupta, Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science & Technology
  • Austin Jackson, Langston Hughes High School
  • Cristy Jones, Westlake High School
  • Lauren Ladouceur, McIntosh High School
  • Christina Lee, Kennesaw Mountain
  • Edward Park, Walton High School
  • Maya Penn, Home Schooled
  • Lily Sandler, North Springs Charter High School
  • Tessa Szalkowski, Henry W. Grady High School
  • Emily Trammell, Murray County High School
  • Jeneshia Washington-Hughes, Marietta High School
  • Raigon Wilson, Marietta High School
  • Anna Young, Armuchee High School 
"The level of talent and accomplishment astounds us every year," said Bob Watson, executive director of 21st Century Leaders. "Each member of this year’s class is a stellar example of a strong youth leader."

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