Reinventing Millennials

Millennial is a dirty word. Self involved and greedy. Entitled and wasteful.

Anna Chlystun has challenged these stereotypes by being goal driven and a caretaker. She goes to Zionsville Community High School and is entering her senior year. With an enrollment of 2,200, this small school seems large to Anna.

At only 17, Anna has decided that she wants to devote her time to children with disabilities. She carries her passions with her in and out of school and is heavily involved in programs that focus on the betterment of students with disabilities. Best Buddies, peer special education, and unified track to name a few. She’s a support system, a cheerleader and an advocate for children with special needs.

Her inspiration to care for disabled children came from her mom’s friend’s son who has cystic fibrosis. Anna’s known him forever and …
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