Vice President - Eva Wymer
Hey OKTSA, I am thrilled to be serving as your Oklahoma TSA vice president! I hope I’ll get the chance to meet each and every one of you in person soon, but in the meanwhile here are a couple of fun things you should know about me! I am a Sophomore at Edmond North High School (go huskies!), I’ve been in TSA for about four years now (my favorite competition is engineering design) and I play the bass in my school's orchestra and jazz band. The things I am most excited for this year is seeing what our team accomplishes to better your state delegation, getting to know each and every one of you, and being able to see you all grow as leaders at conferences and leadership events this year!
Eva's Monthly Blogs
August: Hey Oklahoma TSA! This summer was a pretty busy one. On the fourth, I got the chance to set fireworks with friends and family, even though there was no Liberty Fest here in Edmond. But the best part of my July was definitely celebrating my friend's birthday at Lake Eufala! I got to go tubing (where I fell off and did a barrel roll into the water) and I ate some of the best pizza I have ever tasted. But most importantly this month your officer team was hard at work starting to plan your Fall Leadership Conference. I am so excited for everyone to see what we have planned!
June: Hey Oklahoma TSA! This May was a pretty busy month, I had two big auditions and Career Tech University (CTU), which were some of the highlights.
This month I attended CTU! I got to learn a lot about your officer team and how to effectively communicate with all of their different personalities. I can’t wait to use the skills I learned to better our organization and to make a positive and impactful change! I had the opportunity this year to not only re-audition for Edmond North’s Orchestra, but audition for the Oklahoma Youth Orchestra! I’m trying to stay confident and hopeful about my placements for next year, but can’t wait to see what opportunities the future holds regardless.
About a week ago, I got to go up to Tulsa to stay with one of my friends for a couple of days where we went shopping, ate food at hours, and got to play with siblings. I rounded out my mouth by heading down to take fake prom pics with your very own State Reporter, Camryn Grabeal! We explored Medicine Park for an hour or two and then we hiked on Mount Scott for a little bit where I almost fell several times. I hope everyone had an amazing month filled with opportunity growth, friendship, and laughter!