FL TSA State Officer Team

Florida TSA State Officers

President - Mica Chua


After an eventful year of serving as your state secretary, Mica is excited to test her leadership skills as the Florida TSA 2019-2020 State President. Her passions range from public speaking to politics. Aside from TSA, she invests her time in a multitude of different officer positions and her job as a Starbucks barista. She shows her love for serving the community through her 200 hours of mentorship to the Southwest Middle School chapter. As a dual enrollment student at Eastern Florida State College and a Cambridge Diploma student at her high school, she plans to pursue a career in the law field and hopes to one day be a senator. Overall, Mica strives to continue supporting not only the state officers, but the delegation as well by striving to make this the most exciting year yet.

Vice President - Kashyap Sreeram


Kashyap Sreeram, a senior in the IB program Seminole High School (Sanford), embarked on his TSA journey after founding his own chapter and serving as its President as a freshman. Kashyap lives and breathes TSA; his passion for this organization has soared to huge heights. You can always find him giving presentations about TSA at school events or working to plan fundraisers and events for his local chapter. Kashyap enjoys the challenges thrown his way by being a part of this amazing organization and feels that it has truly made him a better leader and critical-thinker. Aside from TSA, Kashyap loves to engage himself after school as part of the school’s Academic Team, Model United Nations, and Mu Alpha Theta. Furthermore, outside of school, Kashyap has been an Indian Classical singer for 12 years, is a black belt in Taekwondo, and enjoys playing tennis. Kashyap aspires to go into the field of biochemistry and eventually become a neurosurgeon, currently participating in cutting-edge laboratory research to reach that goal. He loves to travel and you can always find him curled up with his Flaming Hot Cheetos rewatching Indian Movies. As your 2019-2020 State Vice President, Kashyap hopes to redefine the structure of Florida TSA to make it more member-friendly, improving upon our committee and membership system and strengthening our chapter connections, making this year, one to always remember!

Secretary - Sarah Belli


Sarah Belli is a junior at Sarasota High School and has been a member of TSA ever since she was in 6th grade. This past year, she served as the Florida state Sergeant-at-Arms and learned so much more about the delegation she is a part of. Sarah also took this opportunity to reach out and connect with new people from across the state. Apart from TSA, Sarah is a competitive dancer who enjoys competing and going to conventions with her team. Along with dance, she volunteers with elementary school students and her first TSA chapter at Sarasota Middle School. TSA has allowed Sarah compete in various events, travel around the country, develop her leadership skills, and meet unforgettable people along the way. Her main goals for the year are to increase ACS fundraising and make resources for chapter secretaries accessible for members. As the Florida TSA state Secretary, Sarah is so excited for another year of being a state officer, which includes new experiences and life-long memories.

Treasurer - Christian Knuth


Christian Knuth is a Senior at Sarasota High School and has been in TSA since the 6th grade. Christian's favorite part about TSA is the people he has met and the incredible experiences he has had at every single conference he has attended. He loves to compete in On Demand Video, Transportation Modeling and SciVis. When he is not in TSA or at home building something he likes to camp, hike, skateboard, play videogames, do martial arts and compete in international science fairs. Christian enjoys 3D printing and customizing props from movies, with his most prized creation being the Infinity Gauntlet. While serving as Treasurer he hopes to learn new skills, help benefit the state delegation and build relationships with people inside and outside of our state delegation.

Reporter - Bunmi Soremi


Bunmi Soremi is a Senior in the IB program at Seminole High School. From first joining her school chapter as a freshman and serving as a chapter officer,  Bunmi has always had a special love for TSA. When not devoting her time to TSA, Bunmi enjoys dancing competitively alongside a team who have won multiple regional and national titles at competitions. Bunmi also enjoys exploring different areas of the world; she has traveled to Nigeria, China, and St. Lucia to spread her love of STEM to children around the world. Bunmi loves to be engaged in school life as well. For the past two years, she has worked as an officer of one to one of the largest clubs at SHS: Beta Chi. In addition, she served as secretary on her school’s Junior class council, and is excited to join the senior class council for the class of 2020. Bunmi is delighted to put her knowledge and exciting ideas to use as the 2019-2020 Florida State Reporter. 

Sergeant at Arms - Adonis Lysandrou II


Born and raised in Lefkosia, Cyprus, Adonis Lysandrou II has always been motivated by his love for people. Since initiating his middle school chapter in 6th grade alongside a handful immensely intelligent peers, Adonis has devoted most of his middle school and high school career to TSA. Extramural to this devotion, he has also participated in countless leadership experiences, such as CFAA, Interact, SGA, RYLA, and many more. In accordance with his passion for engineering, Adonis has spends his free time learning applied and quantum physics, and creating innovations like his homemade 3D printer, which he has named Tyrone the Third. This passion has also led him to join many clubs which allow him to set free his enginuity, such as Science Olympiad and OOTM. Collectively, these experiences have assembled your 2019-2020 Florida TSA Sergeant at Arms, and supplied him with the proper leadership skills and drive to ensure a marvelous year for our delegation.

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