Trailblazers began with an idea shared by 3 high school students around making student's voices heard and educating others on the education transformation movement.
Meet the Curators
Assistant Graphic Designer
Mackenzie Campbell is a junior at Farmington High School. Her passions include volunteering, social justice, and academics! She joined Trailblazers because of the fantastic opportunities it would give to work on and edit a professional publication. Mackenzie is incredibly excited to learn about the inner and outer workings of a professional work environment!
Communications & Outreach Associate
Abinaya Kumarappan is a junior at Farmington High School in Farmington, Connecticut. She enjoys volunteering with young children and her three language classes: English, French, and ASL. She enjoys socializing, and is always striving for more opportunities to meet individuals from all walks of life. Abinaya loves birds and hanging out with friends whenever she can.
Assistant Graphic Designer
Jiayi Liu is currently a sophomore at Farmington High School and participates in various activities ranging including debate, crew, and playing the clarinet. She hopes to become an engineer as she enjoys hands-on activities. While she has an avid interest in STEM, Jiayi’s guilty pleasure is watching history animation videos on YouTube.
Managing Editor/Lead Graphics Designer
Sarah Hannan is a senior at Farmington High School in Farmington, Connecticut. Sarah has developed a passion for music and art and has enjoyed taking many music and art classes in school. In addition, she enjoys participating in advocacy groups both through school and outside of school. She hopes to pursue a career where she can channel her passion for advocacy and creativity.
Communications and Outreach Associate
Sanjana Harihara is a senior at Farmington High School in Farmington, Connecticut. She is involved in many clubs at school, and frequently volunteers at her local library. Her interest in social justice drove her to be a part of Brave, a club that centers around feminism and intersectionality.
She wants to make the world a more inclusive and kind place for everyone. She is incredibly passionate about the importance of diversity, especially in media, and mental health. In the future, she would like to travel a lot and work in a big city. In her free time, Sanjana likes to spend time with friends, bake, read, draw, and watch Netflix.
Managing Editor/Communications & Outreach Lead
Amelia Guerin is a sophomore at Twinfield Union High School in Plainfield, VT. As a result of her very student-centered education experience thus far, she has an interest in making high school a more inclusive environment where all students can really grow. For her future, she wants to pursue a career where she can help others. In her free time, Amelia enjoys reading, writing, and playing piano.