Bryce Louie ’20

Alumnus Lets His Voice Be Heard
Bryce Louie ‘20 was selected as one of only 50 students from across the United States to participate in a selective internship program at the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies, a national non-partisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Asian Pacific American participation and representation at all levels of the political process. The program was set to take place in Washington, D.C. but, due to the pandemic, took place remotely instead.

Over the course of the program, the participants passionately tackled and advocated for change on some of the most pressing issues of the day from climate change to racial inequality, To Bryce, this “was not only meaningful, but life changing.”

Bryce was then selected as one of only two students from his cohort to share his opinions and concerns in a workshop that would ultimately bring these students’ issues and questions to both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. Chris Evans, best known for his role as Captain America in the Marvel adventure series The Avengers, and actor and producer Mark Kassan who is his partner in the nonpartisan civic engagement platform A Starting Point, joined the virtual work session to lend their support. Chris Evans said, “I’m honored to be associated with you folks.”

Bryce is no stranger to politics and to letting his voice be heard. He was one of Los Angeles’ youngest elected officials, having served as the youth representative for the Historic Cultural Neighborhood Council from the age of 16. About having the chance to take part in such a meaningful program, Bryce notes: “I credit my education at Campbell Hall for this opportunity because the teachers provided me the necessary tools for me to grow and flourish. Campbell Hall has been the perfect school as it has given me the confidence to do anything my heart desires. So thank you, Campbell have been so great to me!”

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