Brayden is the 2020 Youth of the Year for Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County. He has been a Club member for seven years.
Brayden has served as president of the Keystone Club, a teen leadership group dedicated to community service. Brayden has also been active in mentoring younger Club members, offering homework help and tutoring for STEM and LEGO Robotics.
The Boys & Girls Club is not just a second home to me, but a foundation for me to build on. – Brayden
Brayden has served as the business manager for the Granite Falls Food and Gift Drive, the third-largest of its kind in Washington. The drive supported 200 families and collected over 20,000 items for community members in need.
After graduation, Brayden plans to attend Washington State University to study marketing and communications.
Support Brayden at the virtual Washington State Youth of the Year event on May 8!