Most people only know Billy Rice as the ASB Junior President. He would like to show everyone a side of himself that not many people know.
What are your life goals?
“Well, my life goals have to be attending college, hopefully UC Riverside, and major in criminal justice because I want to be in a career in enforcement. And hopefully become the President of the United States in 2040 because I want to help as many people as possible and change the country for the better.”
Why do you want to be president?
“I believed that being president in 2040 is the perfect chance and opportunity to take advantage of. It is my chance to help and give back, not only to my community, but to the whole world, which is one of my many life goals.”
Is there any room for any improvement, since you always seem so confident?
With a single a clap, Billy was prepared to answer this question that many know. “Yes, it may seem like I have tons of confidence, but there is always room for improvement no matter what. It may come as a shock, but I’m always trying to improve my confidence and leadership to help others.”
How do you help others?
“I have been helping my church for five years, helping the youth at my church, and organizing large events, such as our traditional food drives.”
What was the most memorable time that stuck with you at one of these church events?
“At one of the food drives, I was helping out this homeless women. I put on my big smile and had a conversion with this woman,” he said, his eyes welling up. “She goes on to tell me that she used to have everything and lost it all in a snap.”
Billy cleared his throat.
How did this make you feel?
“I felt very sympathetic towards this woman because I know I don’t want end up like her. So, I plan to help everyone I can and make sure to think about every decision I make before doing it.”
Billy wiped his tear away and gave a pleasant smile.
Make sure to help and support Billy make this world a better place and appreciate life. Be sure to support and wish Billy good luck as he competes for the title of Mr. Cardinal 2019-2020 at Sturges Center of Performing Arts on April 13 at 5 P.M.