Sarah Cho, 15, is a sophomore in the Global Ecology Magnet Program at Poolesville High School. She is a passionate advocate and leader in the environmental sciences. She is a co-founder and the president of the international environmental research and outreach group Earth Minions (located in 5 different countries). She also serves as co-chapter manager of the Poolesville Chapter of the environmental education group The Tomorrow Project. She is also involved as a student leader at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and is a part of the Watershed Outdoor Bill of Rights Committee. Sarah is also heavily involved in school clubs at her school, as a part of the Bay Coalition, Model UN Club, Student Government Association, and Animal and Environmental Welfare Club. She is also a Straight A and Honor Roll student at her school. Outside of school and environmental work, she is a decorated pianist with numerous awards at the international, national, regional, state, and district level. She is also involved in dance and mixed martial arts as well. In the future, Sarah hopes to pursue a degree in Environmental Studies and go into social work, governmental environmental affairs, or environmental law.