Meet the 2011 One World Student Ambassadors

More than 500 local middle and high school students participated in the One World Education 2011 Culture & Global Issues Reflection Program. Meet our 2011 One World Student Ambassadors who will be published writers on our website. Their One World Reflections will be aligned with a complete curriculum to increase engagement in classroom learning.  

119October 2011

Yoni Kalin 

One World Reflection: Exploring Religion in Israel
School: The Field School, Washington, DC
Grade: 11th
Future Goals: Become a CEO Executive while managing a non-profit and a scholarship fund.

 

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December 2011

Laila Kunaish

One World Reflection: Muslim Identity and Media
School: Alice Deal Middle School, Washington, DC
Grade: 7th
Future Goals: To make a difference in the world.

 

110January 2012

Michael Song

One World Reflection: Tales of Adoption and Courage
School: School Without Walls, Washington, DC
Grade: 9th
Future Goals: Compete in the Olympics.


 

118January 2012

Tanith Ramon-Iberra

One World Reflection: Cyber Bullying
School: Hardy Middle School, Washington, DC
Grade: 6th
Future Goals: Start my own business and live in New York City.

 

 

111February 2012

Emma Walsh-Alker

One World Reflection: Deforestation in the Amazon
School: Alice Deal Middle School, Washington, DC
Grade: 7th
Future Goals: Write and inspire others.

 

 

113February 2012

Nancy Jin

One World Reflection: Childhood Obesity
School: Tilden Middle School, Rockville, MD
Grade: 8th
Future Goals: Be a lawyer working for the ACLU or Earth Justice.

 

 

109March 2012

Rashida Asante-Eccleston

One World Reflection: Language in America
School: Wilson High School, Washington, DC
Grade: 12th
Future Goals: Learn multiple languages and
become a published author.

 

117April 2012 

Denver Edmonds

One World Reflection: Single Parent Families
School: Hardy Middle School, Washington, DC
Grade: 6th
Future Goals: To be a singer at the age of 16.  It has always been my dream to sing in front of people.

 

235May 2012

Nathan Araya

One World Reflection: What Makes a Global Superpower?
School: J.E.B. Stuart High School, Falls Church, VA
Grade: 10th
Future Goals:To become a diplomat at the United Nations or a politician on Capitol Hill.

 

114July 2011

Andre Sanabia

One World Reflection: A Divided Island: Haiti and the Dominican Republic
School: Edison High School, Alexandria, VA
Grade: 10th
Future Goals: To get an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and go to College to major in Finance.

 

112August 2011

Alyia Hicks

One World Reflection: Messages of Rap Music
School: School Without Walls, Washington, DC
Grade: 9th
Future Goals: To be a sportscaster/journalist.


 

116September 2011

Ruth Bekele

One World Reflection: Global Migration:Travels from Ethiopia
School: Lincoln Middle School, Washington, DC
Grade: 8th
Future Goals: Become a lawyer.