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Jacklyn Nguyen

UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MCN PROUDLY PRESENT JACKLYN NGUYEN, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.

Arizona State University l Arizona, USA l Advancing SDG 2  and UNAI Principle 1

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"As a Millennium Fellow, I am grateful to have access to a large network of individuals who are passionate about creating positive social change. The fellowship allows me to advance my ideas by uniting with top peers from my university and alumni from around the globe. With a diverse group of individuals, I am able to learn about different social issues and about the potential solutions that can be transferable towards the topic of hunger and food insecurity."

 

 

Millennium Fellowship Project

The Culinary Collective Project focuses on helping individuals achieve food security by providing healthy meals and offering educational and empowerment workshops. Our mission is to create a feasible business model that addresses both the issue of food sustainability and food insecurity in the community. The team currently has a 10-week action plan that consists of research, marketing, and execution. Their goal is to coordinate a community event by the end of November.

About the Millennium Fellow

Jacklyn Nguyen is currently a rising junior at Arizona State University. She is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from the W. P. Carey School of Business. Jacklyn is an active member of her college campus as well as within her community. She has served numerous professional roles during her time at ASU including being a First-Year Success Coach and a WPC 101 Facilitator. In her community, she advocates for higher education, gender equality, and homelessness. She is currently working on a project focused on addressing food insecurity and to educate community members about the social issue.

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