|Club||Whitney Berry||Kansas Rush 98||wichita||Ka|
|High School||Chauncey Wlker|
Captain for three years. MVP for four years.
I'm Annie Rotola, the youngest of five siblings. Two of which have gone to play division 1 sports. I have played soccer my whole life and been captain of my high school team for three years.
I have been the captain of my soccer team for three years. Because of that I have learned how important it is to trust your teammates and get along with them as well. You have to give direction in a loving way so that they will want to listen to your guidance. As far as off the field I believe we are all leaders in our everyday lives. I have led a media broadcasting club at my school for a year now. In every endeavor I choose to lead, I always learn more about how to collaborate with one another.
It's a combination of fitness, eating right and working on your skills because you can always become better.
As nonprofit organization Convoy of Hope has helped more than 70 million people throughout the world by sharing food, water, emergency supplies, agricultural know-how, and opportunities that empower people to live independent lives, free from poverty, disease and hunger. I volunteered there this past summer. I also volunteered for my church's Halloween bash helping hand out candy and play with kids. I have done that for the past six years.
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