7. Ben Goldberg
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How did you feel when you found out you were voted one of the most influential people at CHS?
I am honored to (have been) voted as one of those influential people (at CHS) and honestly pretty surprised because I just try to be involved and do what I enjoy.
How do you feel that you have impacted CHS as Student Body President?
I think I’ve tried to lead by example and show people that it’s fun to be involved and how much you can benefit not (only) just yourself, but also your surrounding community by becoming involved in things that you’re passionate about.
How do you feel you have impacted your peers during your time at CHS?
I think I really just try my best to be an enjoyable person and be nice to the people around me. I think it’s important as a student leader to be approachable and just be encouraging, and I really hope that I’ve been able to exude that to my peers.
“I hope that spirit of teamwork and collaboration is something that continues because it has really made everything we do run smoother and become more successful.”
How do you feel your peers have impacted you?
My peers have impacted me in that they’ve helped me see other perspectives and opened my eyes to how many different ways there are to think about something or solve a problem. I think being able to see and really understand other people’s point of views is not only a skill I can take with me into the future, but I also think that just within high school it has made my classes and all of my experiences really just more fun.
As a senior, what is one thing that you feel you have left behind at CHS?
One thing I think I have left behind in Senate is a culture of collaboration and encouraging everyone to work together and bounce ideas off each other rather than one person just taking an idea and doing it by themselves. I hope that spirit of teamwork and collaboration is something that continues because it has really made everything we do run smoother and become more successful.
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