A Summa Cum Laude graduate of ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business with a B.S. in Marketing and minors in Communications and Dance, 24-year-old Isabel Ticlo is a passionate advocate for her platform, Supporting Those With Vision Impairment. For the past nine years she has been a volunteer with the Chandler Lions Club , a branch of the International Lions Club which was challenged by Helen Keller to be the "knights for the blind in the crusade against darkness" in 1925. Last year, she became the youngest member of Chandler Lions Club to receive the Melvin Jones Award for outstanding community efforts, helping to collect 3,000+ eyeglasses for low income families. She also volunteers at the Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired and on the "Be My Eyes" application.
Isabel currently works in Marketing and, inspired by her half-Thai, half-Indian heritage and extensive dance training, she performs a Bollywood Dance for the talent competition.
In her spare time, she enjoy hiking the Arizona desert mountains, watching superhero movies, drawing, playing with her two rescue dogs and spending time with her family.