Ticktocker Advisors

In an effort to communicate more effectively with our younger members, gain valuable insights, and provide them a voice in organizational matters, we have established a Ticktocker Advisory Council. The twelve young women appointed to the council were selected from across the nation following an interview process. All have been actively involved in their local NCL Chapters as Ticktockers.



2014 Ticktocker Advisory Council


Katie Caruso, Rolling Hills Chapter, is a junior at UCLA in Los Angeles, California and is currently studying Economics. Katie is involved in Dance Marathon, an event that supports the Pediatric AIDs Coalition, Bruin Partners, a one-on-one mentoring and tutoring program, and The Ronald McDonald House.





Hannah Fairly, North Dallas Chapter, is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas where she is a member of the Honors College and studying biology with a pre-medical focus. Hannah is currently serving as Secretary on the Executive Council for the Arkansas chapter of Kappa Delta.





Teagan Brown, Crystal Springs Chapter, is in 7th grade at Abbott Middle School and is the Student Council 7th Grade President. Teagan enjoys math, science and robotics, is a St. Louis Cardinals baseball fan and loves the outdoors.





Kara Hachigian Bayou Villages Chapter, is a sophomore at the Kinkaid School in Houston, TX. She is a proud recipient of the Presidential Service Gold Award, and enjoys working with the philanthropies aiding children and animals. Kara is an avid equestrian who competes nationally on saddlebred horses.







Kathryn Brady, Blue Hills Chapter, is currently a sophomore at Ursuline Academy, an all-girls school in Massachusetts. She loves playing on both the varsity soccer and track teams. She is the eldest of 4, including two sisters that hope to follow her NCL path.




Sarah Binder, Colorado Blue Sky Chapter, is a Junior at St. Mary's Academy (Englewood, Colorado).  Her interests include Rowing, Lacrosse, and Robotics.  She cites the Denver Indoor Rowing Competition (January) as her next challenge, and her next adventure is attending the United Nations Conference on the "Status of Women and Children" in March.





Caroline Van Kirk, Heart of Dallas Chapter, is a sophomore at Highland Park High School in Dallas, Texas. She enjoys volunteering at philanthropies in which she can directly work with children. In her free time, Caroline loves to travel, play basketball, and go trout fishing.






Sydney J. DeWolf,   Plano Area Chapter, is an 8th Grader at Rice Middle School, where she is active in choir, a member of the National Jr. Honor Society, and was on the City Champion Volleyball Team. In NCL, she was the Vice President of Philanthropy in 2012-13, and is currently President for the 2013-14 year. In 2012-13, Sydney also received the Mother-Daughter Award.




Emily Fischer, Bluebonnet Chapter, is currently a senior at The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, Texas. Her hobby outside of NCL is riding and competing in hunter/jumper with her horse "Danny".  She will be attending Auburn University next year to study Supply Chain Management.




Emily Means, Plano Area Chapter, is a Sophmore at Jasper High School where she is a Leadership Skills Mentor. In her chapter, she currently holds the position of Social Chairman. Previous positions held include Historian, Vice President and Ticktocker Council Representative.




Diana Paulsen, Memorial Chapter, is a freshman at Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart in Houston, Texas, where she currently serves as Recording Secretary. She is on the Duchesne Debate Team (Public Forum) and Robotics Team. Diana belongs to Christ the King Lutheran Church where she is an acolyte. Her interests include reading, swimming, cooking and traveling.







Lauren Finlinson, Salt Lake City Chapter, is a junior at Murray High School. She is the oldest of four sisters and the only member of NCL (so far!) in her school. Lauren is involved in theatre and film and started a Ticktocker Blog for her chapter last year.
 

 

"Having my daughters bloom with me along the path has made this one of life's best experiences. I love National Charity League."

Dawn Georgious, Patroness
Almaden Blossom Valley Chapter

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