Delegation

Funding for the Leon Charney Diplomacy Program is provided by generous donations from the South Florida community.  All students receive a scholarship to defray the costs of participating in Nationals. Substantial donations are acknowledged with scholarships honoring the donor(s).

For information about establishing a named Leon Charney Diplomacy Program scholarship, please contact Jeffrey Morton at jmorton@fau.edu.

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2020 FAU Leon Charney Diplomacy Program

 

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Front Row (L-R): Alexandra Brown (Annette & Richard Coplan), Greta Doig (Arvid & Kathleen Johnsen), Suzette Ramos-Flores (Leon Charney), Frank Sauro (Jupiter Lifelong Learning Institute),                   Leilani Piromalli (Carl & Helen Marbach), Ella Duckworth (Carmine Greco), Michael Berg (Leon Charney), Jazmin Velasco (Dale & Kaythleen Maycen), Nicholas Tyndall (Jupiter Lifelong Learning Institute).

Back Row (L-R): Hillary Moran (Leon Charney), Luke Turner (Jack Fishman and Marvin Helf), Marium Houraney (Jupiter Lifelong Learning Institute), Isaac Rheinbolt (David Moscow),                                    Kenneth Kalczuk (Jupiter Lifelong Learning Institute), Keen Williams (Jupiter Lifelong Learning Institute), Samantha Maciel (Danielle Gallock Memorial).

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Front Row (L-R): Lauren Mell (David Moscow), Mahnoor Khan (Peace Justice & Human Rights Initiative), Kylie Masshardt (William & Mary Ann Edwards), Payton O’Leary (Murray & Ina Pitt),                            Annie O’Leary (Stan Engle Memorial), Nicole Bryon (Walter Wolpin), Jaelyn Kirkland (Stuart & Sharyn Frankel), Jacqueline De Leon (Jack Fishman and Marvin Helf).

Back Row (L-R): Angelo Ybarra (Leon Charney), Mercedes Rodriguez (Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters), Anahi Terrazaz (Walter Wolpin), Zoe Grant (Bob Male), Kartikk Ilamadi                         (Jupiter Lifelong Learning Institute), Reilly Bridgers (Maurice & Elizabeth Hanson), Gadiel Velez Laguer (Murray & Ina Pitt).

 

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Front Row (L-R): Karina Cruz (Graduate Faculty Advisor), Roselandie Bazile (David Moscow), Leah Thompson (Stan Engle Memorial), Macy McDonald (Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters),        Stefano Rodriguez (Dale & Kaythleen Maycen), Shiahany Farnum (Stuart & Sharyn Frankel).

Back Row (L-R): Erini Chong (Ronald and Joyce Heller), Isabelle Malakpour (Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters), Franck Pirchiner (R.A. Ritter Foundation), Dylan Hobbs-Fernie                              (Janice & Michael Barry), Gemima Brutus (Murray & Ina Pitt), Karen Villanueva (Les & Judy Fishman), Nicholas Jusko (David Moscow), Sydney Seeley (Peace Justice & Human Rights Initiative).

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Front Row (L-R): Alex Zand (Carl & Helen Marbach), Ameera Sabit (Stan Engle Memorial), Angelique Ramirez (R.A. Ritter Foundation), Alexandra Jannotta (Tim Palmer),                                                             Julia Smylie (Ronald and Joyce Heller), Ada-Nicole Sanger (Robert A. Metzler), Emily Herrera (Phillip Caplan), Steven Robinson (Ruth Hartman), Kathryn Perez (Janice & Michael Barry).

Back Row (L-R): Abigail Dove (Jack Fishman and Marvin Helf), Danielle Nelson (Lawrence Reich), D’Jon Rivas (Bob Male), Jonathan Marr (Mitch Warner Memorial), Vanessa Garcia                                      (Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters), Katya Kameka (David Moscow).

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Front Row (L-R): Alex Zand (Carl & Helen Marbach), Ameera Sabit (Stan Engle Memorial), Angelique Ramirez (R.A. Ritter Foundation), Alexandra Jannotta (Tim Palmer),                                                             Julia Smylie (Ronald and Joyce Heller), Ada-Nicole Sanger (Robert A. Metzler), Emily Herrera (Phillip Caplan), Steven Robinson (Ruth Hartman), Kathryn Perez (Janice & Michael Barry).

Back Row (L-R): Abigail Dove (Jack Fishman and Marvin Helf), Danielle Nelson (Lawrence Reich), D’Jon Rivas (Bob Male), Jonathan Marr (Mitch Warner Memorial), Vanessa Garcia                                          (Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts & Letters), Katya Kameka (David Moscow).