Cearah Mariah Hamilton lives in Oakdale Minnesota she graduated from Como Park Senior High School in 2010. Presently, she is attending Century College in Maplewood, Minnesota. Cearah’s career plans have led her to the academic arena of mental health and communications.
Cearah is a strong believer in “Being the Change you want to see,” which inspired her to create her own movement, entitled the PURITYMOVEMENT. This movement works hand in hand with her mentoring program, MZ. P.R.I.S.S.Y, which means: Pure, Radiant, Intelligent, Sophisticated, Spiritual, Young-women.
She loves her family and community; and, she volunteers regularly with local non-profits organizations. Her love of community guides her as she facilitates youth groups rendering services in many capacities, from cleaning up to making cards for children in need.
Ciara Noelle Thompson is the 5’8 brown eyed daughter of Anthony and Dr. Lori Thompson of Bloomington, Indiana. Ciara attended Edgewood High school where she was an active student in and out of school. During her senior year she served as one of the senior cheer captains and was a top soprano show choir member, as well as a left mid fielder for the Lady Mustangs soccer team all while being a part of German club and doing volunteer work.
Ciara currently attends Indiana University where she hopes to obtain a Bachelors degree in Psychology and a minor in linguistics to ultimately become a Obstetrics Gynecologist. Ciara believes her strongest talent is her ability to work hard under pressure and her life goal is to always be sincere and humble through all the success she plans to have in life. Ciara’s favorite activities include gymnastics, bike riding, shopping, baking deserts, singing and dancing. Ciara has always been passionate about helping others especially young girls and those with special needs.
As an Ambassador of Change she plans to encourage young girls to stay true to themselves despite the negative influences surrounding today’s youth and to provide children with special needs more opportunities in their communities.