Bronyael has been a Boys & Girls Club member for 10 years. Bronyael currently attends Fort pierce Westwood Academy, West Prep Magnet. Bronyael enjoys cooking, drawing, and singing. Bronyael wishes to become a chef and open her own restaurant.
Bronyael’s platform is making sure children of divorced parents have the support they need for success. Bronyael believes that a change in household structure can be a traumatic event for youth, regardless of age. Children with the appropriate amount of adult support in his/ her lives are more likely to succeed. “The Boys & Girls Club provides the positive adult relationships that all youth need,” says Bronyael.
“Everybody goes through something, no matter how old you are, your race, your gender, we all go through something,” says Bronyael. She believes that many people do not have the tools to deal with life’s challenges. Due to their inability to cope with challenges, many people become depressed. As Youth of the Year, Bronyael would strive to provide and educate others so they feel empowered to avoid and work through depression.
Please congratulate Bronyael, our 2021 Infinity Youth of the Year! Stay tuned to social media as our finalists start the journey to become the 2021 Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County Youth of the Year! To get involved with the Youth of the Year program please contact Tommy John, Director of Community Outreach, at (219) 331-5216.