Zenopia Aghajanian

Zenopia Aghajanian

Zenopia, a senior at William Howard Taft Charter High School and contributing author in This Moment: Bold Voices from WriteGirl has been a member of the Student Advisory Board with High School Insider for the past year. In her junior year, Zenopia was Editor in Chief of her school's newspaper, covering matters regarding the LAUSD school district and issues pertaining to campus life and culture. In her free time, she enjoys writing poetry and drawing as a means of self-expression. In conversation, she will likely bring up either mental health or foreign policy (specifically pertaining to Armenia) at least once. Try not to get too overwhelmed by the intensity of her speech. She speaks with excitement but will calm down as soon as she finishes her sentence.
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