l to r: Jasmine Vo, Miranda Welborn, Fre’Dasia Daniels, and Taylor Gee (seated)
Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-eighth anniversary of Student Board of Directors, recognizing outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to community service. We are proud to introduce the following members of the 2015-2016 Student Board.
Jasmine Vo, daughter of Vanessa Vu and J’son Vo, is a senior at Pine Tree High School. She is president of the student leadership program, a student athlete trainer, and a manager for the baseball and drill teams. She is also a member of the INTERACT program and was a state qualifier for the Distributive Education Clubs of America program. Jasmine plans to attend Texas A&M University and study pre-medicine. Her future goals include working as a plastic surgeon and running her own practice.
Miranda Welborn, daughter of Tracey and Dayne Welborn, is a senior at Longview High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, junior representative for the Z-Club, captain of the varsity soccer team, and a member of the volleyball team. Outside of school, Miranda also volunteers with the Thanksgiving food drive and the angel tree program. She is also active in her church’s youth program called “Service Over Self.” Her hobbies include working out, volunteering, and going on mission trips. Miranda plans to attend Texas A&M University and study allied health. Her future goals include working as a physical therapist and running her own practice.
Fre’Dasia Daniels, daughter of Kimignon Williams, is a senior at Pine Tree High School. She is a member of the student council, Z-Club, powerlifting team, and the varsity tennis team. Fre’Dasia’s work on the student council included volunteering with her fellow students on a project for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Her hobbies include reading, drawing, painting, designing, and playing music. She plans to attend the University of North Texas and study psychology. Fre’Dasia’s future goals include working as a clinical psychologist or a counselor.
Taylor Gee, daughter of Erie Gee-Henson and Greg Gee, is a senior at Spring Hill High School. She is the historian for the National Honor Society, editor of the school newspaper, and a member of the band and flag line. Taylor’s hobbies include reading, writing, and participating in activities with her church youth group. She plans to attend Dallas Baptist University and study education with a focus on reading and English. Taylor’s future goals include working as a high school English teacher and eventually becoming a principal.