Featuring Katrina Finch, United Nations Association
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
College of Marin Library at Kentfield, William Keith Room
Open to the public!
Come join us for a discussion about the mission of the United Nations and how we can advance it here in Marin County. A range of topics will be discussed, including possibly healthcare, refugee crisis, immigration, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
"Katrina Finch is the Senior Associate of Chapter Development for UNA-USA. In this role, she works with community chapters in their efforts to educate and advocate within their communities, cultivate resources to build chapter sustainability, and increases UNA’s presence by building new chapters. Prior to working with UNA-USA, Katrina managed several nationwide scholarship programs for over $600,000 annually and collaborated with sponsors as well as with partners on Capitol Hill and in congressional district offices. In this role she also worked with congressional offices on events throughout the year focused on education and grassroots action. She has studied abroad in France, Martinique, and worked as an intern in Brussels, Belgium with the Belarus EU Business Council. Katrina has a bachelor’s degree in modern foreign languages and a master’s in international affairs, where she focused on comparative regional studies and cross-cultural communications."
This event is being organized by the United Nations Association of the USA: Marin Chapter in partnership with College of Marin’s Model United Nations Club.
Learn more about the United Nations Association of the United States of America here!