EDUCATING, ENGAGING, AND EMPOWERING
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Project Connect is a CGYA initative.
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Meet Our Ambassadors
AMANDA CHENCurrently enrolled as a Level II student in Health Sciences at McMaster University, Amanda shares the same passions and concerns for health related topics and global issues occurring at present. With her first Model United Nations Conference with Connect MUN, she has since been drawn into the group of amazing people who are also eager to discuss and share their opinions. For the last two years, she served as committee director for NAMUN in Toronto, and had enjoyed it more than ever. Amanda believes the Connect Program will offer high school students a friendly, welcoming way to learn about MUN, and will also help students have a solid background for MUN experience at the university level.
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GENEVA NAMGeneva is currently a U1 student at McGill University. She was the head delegate and founder her high school Model United Nations club and has participated in MUN for five years. She has been recognized in all conferences that she has attended. She continues her MUN work in University as the director for many University level conferences.
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MARCO WONGMarco Wong is a second year law student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Since 2010, he has served on the CGYA team, revising the MUN Manifesto and volunteer directory, and managing Project Connect's blog, the Speaker's List. Having served as Secretary General of SemiMUN, President of his high school Club, and most recently, Global Classrooms Director of the LSESU UN Society, he sees MUN as a way of empowering students to learn more about global issues, meet new people, and develop advocacy and conflict resolution skills. In his free time, Marco enjoys music and basketball.
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