New Key Club President

Junior Ava Musharbash gets elected as the new Key Club president


Key Club welcomes new president, junior Ava Musharbash, for the 2022-2023 school year. “I was putting in all this hard work into school and not seeing any results besides the quick grades,” Musharbash said. “So, after putting all these hours into my clubs, I realized what I’m doing is really paying off,” Musharbash said. She spoke about her plans for the future of Key Club and is thrilled to execute them out.

Marsida Cukaj, Staff Writer

Recently, a leader was elected to become the future president of Key Club to ensure its bright future.

“I was really happy, and I put a lot of time into the speech,” junior elected Key Club President Ava Musharbash said. “It was really worth it.”

Musharbash was nominated for the future Key Club President by junior Maria Valles Zubia.

“I think she’s a very organized person, and her ideas for the club were really good,” Valles said.

After her speech to fellow Key Club members, they voted for the best fit for president on March 3rd. As it turns out, Musarbash was the best fit.

Musharbash decided to join Key Club since a few of her friends were in it and they thought that she would enjoy it. Musharbash also wanted to be more involved at school and actually know what’s going on.

“So I thought: okay, let me join and let me see what it’s about. Then, I ended up really liking it,” Musharbash said. 

Being the president of any club comes with responsibilities and duties. For Key Club, some of those are attending all meetings, setting goals, leading the club as a whole and more. On top of that, it is important for the president to be a precise problem-solver and a neat planner.

[One thing to focus on is] definitely to bring the group closer together,” Musharbash said, “I know we are somewhat close but I want to have us really interact with each other, get to know each other, and therefore work together to help others.”

One of Musharbash’s main goals, along with discovering more service opportunities, is creating a tight knit board so all members feel confident and comfortable in order to help the community.

“So far, I’ve just really learned you have to put yourself out there no matter what,” Musharbash said. “It’s definitely taught me to express myself more.”