Lillian Cheeks is a Junior at a high school in Concord, CA. She has been dancing competitively since I was 5 and is a cheerleader on her school’s dance team. She is the Class Publicity Officer in her school’s student council and is a member of her school’s leadership program, where she contribute new ideas to help benefit her school. Lillian stands as a symbol for her class, representing them as a whole.
She tutors at a Crisis Center weekly throughout the school year, does art activities with children at an elementary school, through a small charity called Brushes and Beakers. Over the summer she has been a CIT at Camp Krem for kids with disabilities. She also is the Publicity Officer for a the charity Sister Helping Sisters, in which meals are provided for families with an immediate family member in the hospital
Lillian became extremely passionate about antibullying at a young age. She believes that the bullying seminars at school were not doing enough to stop bullying and came to believe that it would be more effective for teens and young adults delivered the message to their peers.
She is overjoyed to be a Youth Ambassador for STOMP Out Bullying, and feels that she can bring her passion and energy to help further end bullying.