David Gibson is a homeschooled high school senior with a passion for immigration studies and history. He won the Daily Point of Light Award for his work in founding the Juntos Project, an organization that aggregates information on reputable organizations and resources—such as low-cost medical care, ESL programs, and citizenship classes—available to immigrants. JuntosDFW.org has received more than 56,000 views since it went live in August 2022. He is currently recruiting high school students to help expand Juntos into other cities. In his local community, David serves as the Copper Canyon Town Council Youth Representative, offering a teen perspective on local policy and development. He is also the founder of the Copper Canyon Youth Council, which aims to involve young people in local politics. David is a docent at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and serves as the President of their Junior Board, where he is developing a series of history and changemaker workshops.