NAME: Feyaad Allie
SCHOOL: Coral Springs High School


- Student Government Class Representative
- Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society, Member
- Spanish Honor Society, Member
- National Honor Society, Member
- The Philosophy Club, Secretary
- The Chronicle School Newspaper, Contributing Writer
- Coral Springs High School Debate, President
- Freshman Mentoring, Member
- PNA Project Leadership 1-5, Participant
- PNA Project Leadership 4 & 5, Coordinator
- Volunteer Therapist Aid with Advanced Pediatric Systems
- Volunteer Therapist Aid with Kidabilities/Professional Speech Associates


I have always been interested in government and political science. I interned for former mayor of Coral Springs Scott Brook. I assisted him on several projects geared toward student leadership. From my experience as a debater and internship with the city mayor, I became increasingly interested in public service and government. I am a firm believer that public service is a way for passionate and driven individual to take up the national problems as their own. These individual, through a superior education, unparalleled work experience, and constant mentorship, will be able to identify, assess, and propose solutions to problems facing the nation. In short, public service is the devotion of one’s time and intellect to make society a better place one-step at a time.

I feel the best way for me to learn about the government process is to interact with officials to hear about the various aspects of government. The Broward League of Cities Ambassador Program will give me a unique opportunity to learn about government and public office locally. I believe that hands-on learning is the most beneficial and productive. The lessons that I seek to learn from the Broward League of Cities Ambassador Program include enhancing my leadership skills, gaining more knowledge of government, and perfecting my public speaking abilities. Learning to be a better leader would be a necessary skill in a public service occupation.