Michael Weeden, a native of New Hampshire, was born at Wentworth Douglas Hospital on March 11, 1991, to the parents of John and Debra Weeden. Throughout his youth Michael exhibited a great love for community service and a drive to attain a greater education. He entered Dover High School as a published poet and a two-time National Award winner. Weeden received the All-American Scholar Award at Large and the National History and Government Award. Weeden was also named a recipient of the National Leadership and Service Award.
While attending Dover High School, Weeden was an active member in student council and the drama club. In 2006, he was inducted as a member of the National Honor Society. Weeden has demonstrated a remarkable record of community service and discipline that characterizes his commitment to the community. Upon his hard work and perseverance, Weeden dedicates his free time as a worship leader at his church.
Weeden is currently attending the University of New Hampshire while working as a dietary aid at Riverside Rest Home in Dover. Weeden plans to graduate in 2013 with a double major in Economics and Political Science. Upon graduating from the University of New Hampshire, Weeden plans to further his education at Harvard University where he hopes to attain a degree in Corporate Law.