Political party: Republican
Relationship status: In a relationship
Keep an eye on Sarah Majzoub.
The scheduler and executive assistant to Rep. Randy Weber (R-Texas) wants to run for office herself one day.
"I would definitely like to run for office," she said. "I have nine years to think about my campaign."
Although she doesn't have a slogan or definite platform yet, Majzoub is excited about the things she could get done.
"I like being able to see the difference you make," she said. "And I really like the power."
Her first bout with executive power was as student body president at the University of Texas. She said she ran as a joke, but when she was actually elected and began to work with her school's administration, she began to enjoy it.
Majzoub said her proudest moment was when she was able to raise about $10,000 for the victims of the tsunami in Japan. It was one of the best examples of making a difference, something she believes goes hand in hand with being in public office.
When Majzoub isn't planning her campaign, she can be found in the Rayburn gym, where she tries to work out three to five times a week. She said it eases the stress that comes with her job.
In addition to working out, Majzoub is enjoying being a tourist in the capital. She has only been here a couple of months, after graduating with a master's from New York University in May. But she isn't a stranger to being a tourist. She has made it a priority to travel to as many as countries as possible.
From London to Lebanon, Majzoub enjoys getting out and seeing the world. She said next on her list is South America. This may give her a leg-up on other 25-year-olds wanting to run for office; a leader of the free world should have at least seen the world.
— Tianna Manon