Adeline Gent (she/her) is the founder of the March For Our Lives Cambridge High School chapter and was the outreach coordinator on the MFOL Wisconsin state board for two years. She has been a part of the gun violence prevention movement since 2019, working with MFOL, Wisconsin Anti Violence Effort, and various other local organizations. She is a senior in high school, looking to continue her education focusing on social justice and climate change.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg, or "Notorious RBG" as she has been coined by Shana Knizhnik, was an American icon of epic proportions. As remembered by the American Bar Association, "It is undeniable that the late Justice Ginsburg transformed the legal profession, the Supreme Court, and the fabric of American society through her tireless advocacy for gender equity. She was a brilliant legal scholar who left a mark on American jurisprudence both in her role on the Court and as an advocate." NSHSS hopes to honor the blazing legacy of "Notorious RBG" by awarding ten (10) applicants with $1,000 each for their efforts to embody the spirit of RBG within their own communities.