Zoe has taken part in several school productions including Once on this Island, Guys and Dolls, How to Kill a Mockingbird, To Burn a Witch, etc. She was both on stage as a role and choreographer. She also played roles in many Cayman Drama Society musicals and performances with Center Pointe and Quintessential. She was also a part of this year's Vagina Monologue. These performance efforts goes to stopping the violence against women and donate all profit to the Cayman Crisis Center. Zoe also ran the Jr. Batabano club and the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) at CIS. She has worked to expand the GSA to be an island-wide youth organization which is teamed with Colours Cayman. Zoe is a Youth Ambassador with the Alex Panton Foundation and also participated in multiple community events with this organization. While at CIS, Zoe has stayed on Gold Honor Role and has received a Citizenship Award and Leadership Award. She also enjoyed tutoring young children at CIS. Zoe will be attending Queen’s University where she will be doing a dual degree in Arts and Secondary Education.