Allanah is a junior in high school, and has maintained a high honor status throughout her academic career. She was featured in Newsday as a junior reporter for Kidsday, and is presently the Brightside Editor of The Maroon Echo. To date she has earned numerous accolades, which include: The Tom Short Award for Academic Excellence, Sportsmanship and Service. Her dedication to help others has been, and continues to be, a catalyst for her tireless commitment to service. She is an active member of Service Honor Society, and spearheaded the Pennies for Patients fundraiser in conjunction with, Coyle’s Homemade Ice Cream. The proceeds benefited leukemia and lymphoma patients. Additionally she participated in several benefits such as: Adopt a family; Stuff-A-Bus, which provides low income families with endowments during the holiday season; Caroling for Cancer; and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD); as well as supports her local Beatification Society. She was voted class treasurer for two years running. Currently her committee work includes, but is not limited to: organizing the annual Breast Cancer Brunch, Bay Shore Summit, and Ethnic Pen. She has tutored children with special needs in reading and writing. Her love of the violin has earned her a promotion to a higher level in her orchestra class. She participates in the annual downtown arts festival. Inspired by the call for service by President Barack Obama she is in the process of creating "The Generation (S)ervice Society!" Although Allanah is the newest (and youngest) employee with The Chase Sensale Law Group, she has always been driven by the motto "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country" but she believes, one should not ask, one should just do it!