NHHSD operates through eleven high school students across the state, each with specific responsibilities and duties. Some brief information about each of these students is listed below, as well as their contact information.
Hunter Porter is currently a rising senior at Nashua High School South. His love for politics began in 2020 when he took AP US Government and Politics. He has worked as a fellow for Our Moment PAC and OrganizeNH. Hunter is so excited to usher NHHSD into a new era as we take back the governorship, Executive Council, Senate, and House this year!
Samay is currently a rising junior from Nashua. He has been involved in politics, since the 2012 election and served as National Co-Chairman for High School Democrats for Biden. Outside of politics, he loves swimming and spending time with friends. He is so excited to get to know you guys and serve as your Vice Chair for the 2021-22 school year!
Sarah West is a rising senior at Concord High School. She became involved in politics at the age of 10 when she volunteered for a campaign and discovered her passion for organizing. Since then, she has been a field intern for Sara Gideon’s campaign, managed a city council field operation, and was most recently an intern for Rep. Annie Kuster. Outside of politics, she enjoys theatre, traveling, and the outdoors.
Esha is a rising senior at Nashua High School South. She first got into politics when she took AP US Government and soon found a passion for social justice. Last summer, she spent a lot of time working for state and local campaigns. In her free time, Esha likes to play piano and chess.
Community & Finance Director
Alex Wahl is a rising Senior at Exeter High School. After first getting involved in politics in 8th grade by knocking doors and making calls for the New Hampshire Democratic Party, Alex served as Chair of New Hampshire Students for Biden this past year. Throughout high school Alex has focused his efforts on delivering on issues like gun safety and climate justice. Alex looks forward to serving NHHSD this year by working with and listening to NH communities to deliver on our priorities.
Deputy Communications Director
Pradhiti Modadugu is a rising junior at Nashua High School South. She looks forward to being the Deputy Communications Director in the 2021-2022 school year. Her love for politics may have started not so long ago but she is very passionate about it. She enjoys painting, listening to music, watching horror movies, and hiking in her free time.
Sophia is a rising senior at VLACS from Manchester. She works as an intern at Seacoast Outright, New Hampshire's largest LGBTQ+ support/advocacy organization, and also serves on New Hampshire's Legislative Youth Advisory Council. In her free time, Sophia enjoys music and art.
Ishanvi Bachwal is a current sophomore at Nashua South. Her interest for politics grows as she learns more about other issues in the world. She hopes to make progress for several communities during her time on the Board. She is part of her high school volleyball team, and she also loves to watch horror movies. Ishanvi is very excited to work on new projects, help out in more campaigns, and give back to the community!
Sarah Hall is a Junior at Hanover High School. She looks forward to working as the Advocacy Director for NHHSD and bringing attention and action to current issues. Starting with her US History class in sophomore year and a semester at the Senate Page School, her passion for politics, especially foreign affairs, has increased significantly. In addition to politics, she loves reading and learning about the basic underpinnings of human nature that govern how our society functions. She worked as the Yearbook Editor-in-Chief for the past five months which taught her the importance of working collaboratively on challenging goals, a skill she hopes to bring to her new position.