CCA National Model United Nations Team Receives Distinguished Delegation Honors

The Community College of Aurora National Model United Nations team received Distinguished Delegation honors on March 22 in New York City at the National Model United Nations Conference – the highest honor that the delegation has ever earned.

CCA's Model United Nations delegations have previously earned an honorable mention award for the past three years before this year's honor, which is the second highest award a delegation can win. This year’s delegation was recognized from over 2,500 other students who participated in the competition from across the country and the world.

Dr. Bobby Pace, Dean of Academic Affairs for Concurrent Enrollment, developed CCA’s Model United Nations program, which includes more than 300 students on CCA’s campus, as well as a delegation that competes at the international conference in New York City. Fifteen students participated in the conference this year, representing the United Arab Emirates.

Besides Pace, Elizabeth Hirsh, Anthropology Faculty, and Stephanie Walsh, Concurrent Enrollment instructor, helped prepare the students for their work for NMUN and should also be congratulated.

CCA Delegation:

Christina Sachi Nakata—Head Delegate

Kyle David Lawson – United Nations Environment Assembly

Anca Roxana Lutescu and Seridan Prince – Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

Chris Blaylock – International Telecommunication Union

Carlos Neri – Human Rights Council

Adam Isaacs – General Assembly First Committee

Luigi Guadarrama and Josh Bock – General Assembly Second Committee

Shadia Sekeema and Austin Greene – General Assembly Third Committee

Julian Aranda and Steven Vanulle – General Assembly Fifth Committee

Sabrina Yusupova – Economic and Social Council Plenary

Adam Lemberg – Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia

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