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Meet STOMP Out Bullying's Teen Ambassadors

The "Stand UP" Generation

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Krysten Moore
National Youth Ambassador
STOMP Out Bullying™


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Sarah Alcoster
California
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Brandonn Baez
New York
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Elena Brown
New York
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Lillian Cheeks
California
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Kevin-Curwick
Minnesota
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JT Faccone
North Carolina
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Mikaela Frias
Washington
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Faith Garcia
California
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Blake Graham
South Carolina
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Isabelle Hadala
Florida
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Jazz Jenkins
New York
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Jenna Leventhal
Ohio
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Alexander Levy
New York
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Danielle Nisim
California
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Kulin Oak
Michigan

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Malika Paijurri
California

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Khoshnoor Paracha
New York
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Rosie Ruiz
Texas
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Brandon Schloss
Florida
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Amy Stiefel
New York

Jenna Leventhal
Teen Ambassador STOMP Out Bullying™

Jenna.jpgJenna Leventhal attends is 16 years-old and attends High School in Springfield, Ohio. She loves to dance, cheer and has always loved helping others. 

As a victim of bullying in 4th grade, Jenna would come home every day from school and cry in her room. She tried to figure out what she did to the bully and how to make the bully stop trying to turn everyone at school against her.

She wanted to stop being herself so people wouldn’t tease her. Jenna knew this was wrong.  Finally, with the help of some special teachers and the support of her family and friends she learned how to stand up to the bully and got the person to stop.

During the preparation and studying for her Bat Mitzvah she decided to pick a charity as her mitzvah project. This was the perfect way to show her passion for stopping bullying and spreading the word about how destructive bullying is and how many people are affected by the mean spirited actions of bullies. After doing some research to find the right organization to support she picked Stomp Out Bullying™ as her charity. 

Jenna always helps other kids feel welcome at her school.  She does this by trying to be nice to everyone and basically live her life by treating others as she wants to be treated. She stands up for others who may find themselves a victim of bullying.

She is very involved in her community and school and consistently volunteers her time and talents to make her community a better place to live for everyone.   In the past Jenna has volunteered at the Annual Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon, collected money for Salvation Army, mentored younger students in school, all while maintaining an A average in school.  She also has spoken to the local Board of Education on behalf of the students of her school to keep the Arts Program.  She met with the Superintendent of Schools in her district to help get BLUE SHIRT DAY™ WORLD DAY OF BULLYING PREVENTION into the schools and work Stomp Out Bullying in the District.