Glen Keith will be here to share information about the students involved in Waterloo's Youth City Council. 
The first Waterloo Youth City Council was officially sworn in at the Martin Luther King banquet on January 21, 2019. The WYCC is made up of 28 students from Columbus, East, Expo, and West High Schools along with five high school advisors and two co-directors.  The WYCC empowers young people to think critically, debate civilly, and forge consensus on the most critical issues facing our city. The WYCC seeks to harness the passion and idealism of our youth today to create a better future tomorrow. Some key initiatives the WYCC has been involved in is the city's revamped recycling program in 2019, youth mental health, and volunteering throughout the Cedar Valley. The WYCC averages over 1,000 volunteer hours per year. The WYCC was recognized this past Spring with the Governor's Volunteer Service Award for their actions serving Waterloo and the greater Cedar Valley. 
Glen Keith
Tennessee native and retired Army Lieutenant Colonel, Glen Keith, came to Cedar Falls in 2013 when assigned to lead UNI’s ROTC program. Upon retirement from the Army in 2017, Glen led the Junior ROTC program at East High School for 5 years. Just prior to joining Love INC, he worked in his wife's law practice helping moderate to low-income Iowans access legal services. Glen and his wife, Michelle Jungers, have been married for 8 years and have a blended family of five, with three adult children and two teens.