The Music Students’ Service League

Malia Yap, a student at Harvard-Westlake School, continues to demonstrate remarkable commitment and leadership as a Board Member of the Music Students’ Service League (MSSL). This dynamic, student-led organization is deeply committed to uniting communities through the universal language of music and prioritizing music education for underserved children.

Balancing a rigorous academic schedule with her extracurricular pursuits, Malia tirelessly supports the MSSL’s mission. She has played a key role in organizing significant events, including the Daniel Pearl World Music Days Concert and the annual Practice-a-thon fundraiser, which helps raise funds for music-related organizations.

Her dedication also shines through in her initiative to share the joy of music with others. She is a pianist and oboist, often performing in nursing homes and touching the hearts of many with her performances. Malia’s tireless work perfectly reflects the core tenets of MSSL: promoting an ethic of community awareness and service, developing leadership skills, and fostering a lifelong habit of community service.

In her role as President of MSSL, Malia has shown a deep commitment to sharing her time and talents for the benefit of others, embodying the true spirit of the MSSL. Her harmonious impact on the community is indeed commendable. Congratulations, Malia, on your dedication and service!

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