|Cecilia Madrigal-González is the ASB President at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member of the Leadership class since her freshman year. She has had the roles of Freshman Class Commissioner, Sophomore Class Commissioner and ASB Secretary. Along with a group of Leadership students, she participated in the International High School of the Future Design Competition in 2014 and won Second Place out of approximately 15 entries. She is a current member of the SJUSD Intra-District Leadership Council and this year she has taken on the role of Alternate Student Board member for SJUSD. Additionally, she has been a part of Girls Water Polo since her sophomore year.|
|Alondra Esquivel is the ASB Vice President at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member of the Leadership class since her junior year. She had the role of Link Crew coordinator in the previous school year and has continued to take on that role this year as Head Link Crew Coordinator. She is also highly involved in the Thespians Club and was the Mermaid Club Treasurer for 2015-2016. She has also participated in Badminton and was the Head Captain for 2016.|
|Miyu Nakajima is the ASB Secretary at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a junior this year and has been an active member of the Leadership class since her freshmen year. She has had the roles of Freshmen and Sophomore Class Vice President. She is co-captain for our Lincoln Convertibles and has been an active member since her freshmen year. Along with the rest of her dance team, she won 3rd place at their Nationals competition last year. She’s also a part of a 12 year Japanese Graduate Program that will allow her to graduate high school fluent in Japanese.|
|Atzin Galvan Hernandez is the ASB Treasurer at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member in Leadership since her freshmen year. She has taken on the roles of Freshman and Junior Treasurer as well as Co-President for Chess Club. She along with the 2015 Girls Cross Country team won first place League Champions. She also works closely with the school banker to ensure that our money is safe and spent responsibly.|
|Blake Panian is the ASB Chief Justice at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. He is a junior this year and has been an active member in leadership since freshmen year. He has had the roles of Freshmen and Sophomore Class President. He currently serves as Intra-District Leadership representative that meets and discusses with the SJUSD high schools about what we can improve at our high school. He is also actively involved in Boys Water Polo and Varsity Swim Team as well as the LHS Mock Trial Team.|
|Nathania Preciado is the ASB Environmental Commissioner at Lincoln High School for the 2016-2017 school year. She is a senior this year and has been an active member in leadership since her freshmen year. She is part of Project Garden which ensures and promotes school recycling and decomposition. She also won 1st place in our annual Thinkin Lincoln project. Additionally, alongside her friend Liliana they worked to receive funds to diversify the school curriculum.|
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