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 Not pictured: Mackenzie Abt, Sydney Fishman, Murphy Hughes, Casey Hughes, and Cole Isaacson.  From Right to Left: Casey Borovsky, Caroline Berkman, Katie Abrams, Tyler Froelich, and Jake Abrams

Murphy Hughes is a senior at Highland Park High School. Murphy participates in the dance program at Highland Park, performs on the Highland Park dance team Jammers, and was on the Junior Varsity tennis team. She also volunteers her time with the Dancer-To-Dancer program. Murphy is passionate about raising money and awareness for important causes through Born To Be Tees and is excited to help future generations.

Sydney Fishman is a senior at Highland Park High School. Sydney is on the Highland Park dance team, Jammers, and also enjoys teaching young kids in her community to dance. Sydney is looking forward to reaching out and helping raise awareness through the power of baby onesies.

Mackenzie Abt is a junior at Highland Park High School. Along with playing for the tennis team, Mackenzie enjoys dancing on the high school dance team - Jammers. Mackenzie is excited to voice her opinion about social issues we are facing in our world today. 

Casey Hughes is a sophomore at Highland Park High School. Casey is very involved in athletics at Highland Park including tennis, dance show, and Jammers. Casey is proud to be a Born To Be Tees member because although she is young, she feels that she can advocate for her beliefs! By using baby onesies, she is excited to have the future generation voice their opinions even before they can speak!

Cole Isaacson is a sophomore at Highland Park High School. Cole participates in various clubs throughout the school such as Model UN and the boys track team. Cole is passionate about making a difference in his community and is thrilled to make a difference through the future generation! 

Katie Abrams is a freshman at University of Southern California. Katie was on the tennis team and spends most of her time volunteering for not for profit organizations. Katie is passionate about helping the environment and fighting for human rights and hopes to spread the message even further through standing up for future generations.

Caroline Berkman is a sophomore at the University of Maryland. She is excited to work on Born To Be Tees at Maryland and hopefully expand the business into the Washington D.C area. Caroline is excited to work with a group of peers that all feel that it is time to start recognizing major social issues and let everyone know that the next generation is here and is ready to speak up.

Casey Borovsky is a freshman at Stanford University. Along with previously playing on the varsity tennis team, Casey enjoys spending time working with kids with special needs. Casey is excited to work towards supporting a cause that is so important to her.

Jake Abrams is a freshman attending Brown University. Jake was on the tennis team and is also interested in entrepreneurship. Raised in an activist household, Jake has been speaking truth to power since he was in a onesie himself.

Tyler Froelich is a sophomore attending  Indiana University. Tyler is enjoying her first year at the university, and looks forward to bringing awareness to the women’s rights issues in our society today through baby onesies.