John Marshall teen selected for bank’s student board of directors
OKLAHOMA CITY – A John Marshall High School student was recently selected to sit on the Student Board of Directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas.
Leonard Leviston III is in his second year of the National Academy Foundation and John Marshall High School’s Academy of Finance.
“Through this program I will have the opportunity to interact with business professionals from across Oklahoma City and represent John Marshall High School, my school’s finance academy and the Oklahoma City Public School District at monthly board meetings,” said Leviston. “I am looking forward to the hands-on experience I will receive and I am so happy they selected me”.
The Student Board of Directors was founded to further the education of students interested in finance and business.
Leonard is currently first in his class and has a 4.1 GPA.
He is a member of the National Honor Society, football, baseball, Business Professionals of America and his church.
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