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Gabrelle Kelley is 15 years old in the 9th grade and she attends Red Oak High School she takes all Pre AP classes and 10th grade math.

Her Hobbies are drawing, art design, sewing, scrapbooking and old-model cars.

Her activities at school is choir, team leader in the Concepts of Engineering class, becoming proficient in sign language .

Her career choice is Neural Robotics Engineering robotics the restoration of function (sensory neuroprostheses, assistive devices for amputees, and novel robotic therapies for individuals with stroke, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury) to neural-inspired technologies for robotics (artificial tactile sensing arrays, aquatic and terrestrial locomotion systems, sensory-feedback control systems).

Outside Activities
Member of youth usher board at Antioch Baptist church, Member of youth ministry, member of food drive ministry,  Active participant with FEW (Federal Employed Women) activities.

Her mother

LaTanya Kelley is a member of the Dallas Metroplex Chapter BIG and former Dallas Chapter &SW Regional President of FEW.

1st Place- Jemond Brown Student

Oratorical competition He is a senior at Lamar High School in Arlington Texas.  He is undecided as to where he will attend college.

Gabrelle Kelley

1st Place Winner Student STEM Competition  Chapter & Region. Head to National in Las Vegas

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