JACKSONVILLE, Onslow County - Mamie Frank, a senior at White Oak High School, has been selected as one of 10 high school students from across the country to serve on the 2015-16 National Students Against Violence Everywhere's Youth Advisory Board.
The announcement was made by Carleen Wray, executive director of the National Association of SAVE. Members of the board will meet in Raleigh to participate in the National Youth Leadership Institute on July 16-19.
Frank has been a member of the marching band at her school since 2012. She earned position of Section Captain then Section Leader. Additionally, she is a member of National Honor Society and has participated in White Oak High School Musical Productions. Outside of school, Mamie has volunteered with the Carolina Animal Protection Society and the Infant of Prague Thrift Store.
Frank has been a member of SAVE since 2012. She served as the Secretary of her club from 2013 to 2014 and as the Vice President from 2014 to 2015.
SAVE is a student-run, student-initiated public nonprofit violence prevention organization with over 2,000 chapters in 48 states and more than 230,000 members in elementary, middle, high schools, colleges and communities nationwide. For additional information on the 2015-2016 Youth Advisory Board visit http://nationalsave.org/youth-advisory-board/
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