Ariel Fader is a driven senior at Ryle High School. She is involved in various extracurriculars and organizations. She serves as the Technology Student Association’s National Treasurer and as INTERalliance’s Chief Chapters Officer, where she promotes student CTE opportunities in STEM. Additionally, she is part of various honor societies and her school’s Multicultural Society, where she serves as treasurer.
Ariel is passionate about speech and debate and captains her school’s team. She has qualified and competed multiple times at national tournaments. She founded The SpeakOut Campaign, a national student-run organization dedicated to making public speaking education accessible and improving civic engagement among youth. Through this, she encourages youth to try public speaking while providing resources and opportunities for those who want to make a difference in their communities.
Ariel has an affinity for the arts, as she plays piano and enjoys creative writing. She was accepted to the Governor’s School for Arts in both disciplines and the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs. Ariel is proud to be a Coolidge Senator, Bill of Rights Institute National Fellow, and Million Girls Moonshot Flight Crew Member. In her free time, she enjoys ice skating, going to coffee shops with friends, and cooking new recipes with her family.