North Dakota State Officers
North Dakota State Officers have been elected to uphold the highest level of responsibility and dedication to ND HOSA.
Ainsley Hayden is a senior at Killdeer High School. She has been an active HOSA member for five years and has served as a state officer for three. As President, she is responsible for aiding all other state officers in their duties, supporting the State Director in statewide tasks, and representing HOSA in official capacity for North Dakota. Aside from HOSA, Ainsley is involved in band, volleyball, National Honors Society, Science Olympiad, Acalympics, and Students Against Destructive Decisions. Ainsley is passionate about the medical field and serving others; and she looks forward to serving North Dakota HOSA for one final year. After high school she plans to become a Physician’s Assistant specializing in family practice.
Vice President of Communications
Kyan Woodruff is a Senior at Bismarck High School. He serves as the Vice President of Communications and oversees all communications to the Chapters and prospective members through social media outlets as well as assisting in Chapter’s exposure for growth in their communities. Along with HOSA, he is involved in Student Council, HSDA, Student advocate, Student government, Men's Volleyball and was elected to be a National Epilepsy Ambassador over the next year. After he graduates from High School, he plans to become a Nurse Practitioner in critical care, working his way into a hospital administration position. Kyan is excited to work with our members over the next year and help NDHOSA grow into something never seen before.
Vice President of Membership and Chapter Relations
Sudiksha Singhal is a Senior at Red River High School in Grand Forks. She will serve as the Vice President for Chapter Relations in the 2022-2023 school year. Her mission in this position will be to unify individual chapters to create one NDHOSA. Previously she served as NDHOSA's State Vice President of Community Involvement, where she led initiatives to bring members closer to the community. Along with HOSA, she is actively involved with DECA and Debate. Outside of school she runs her own medical business. After high school she plans to get a medical doctorate and start her own business in the medical field. She looks forward to meeting many HOSA members, helping to grow the organization, and having a great year with North Dakota HOSA.
Vice President of Community Service
Emily Gorder is a Senior at Fargo North. As the Vice
President of Community Service, Emily provides support to local chapters to develop opportunities to serve their communities and partner with them as they work on the National HOSA service project. Along with HOSA, she is involved with PaY, FCA, Knowledge Bowl, and National Honor Society. Following graduation, Emily plans to earn degrees in
Neuroscience and Spanish before earning a
Medical Degree. She also hopes to be involved with
medical missions and can't wait experience another year of HOSA!”
Vice President of Community Involvement
Abhijna Kavasseri is a junior at Fargo North High School. She has been an active member of HOSA for 3 years. Abhijna is in charge of being a resource for fundraising concepts in the community for NDHOSA. Along with HOSA, Abhijna is involved in varsity tennis, cross country, Fargo Youth Initiative. Junior Classical League, speech, and much more. In her freetime she enjoys singing, reading, and traveling. After high school, she plans on pursuing a degree in Chemical Engineering and then attending medical school. She looks forward to meeting more awesome HOSA members and improving North Dakota HOSA!
Interested in becoming a 2023-2024 State Officer?