Waterloo Stories features former Centre for Peace Advancement co-op student

Friday, October 2, 2020

Kirsten Mosey portrait
The University of Waterloo recently put a spotlight on former Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement Communications Assistant Kirsten Mosey. Mosey was selected earlier this year, out of over 6,500 applicants, to be one of ten UN Youth Champions for Disarmament. The Waterloo Stories article outlines Kirsten’s peacebuilding journey, including her humanitarian work at refugee camps in Greece, experience as political science student, personal and professional development while employed at the Centre, and education and advocacy efforts with the United Nations Disarmament Training Programme. Mosey is the latest example of several students who have leveraged their work experience at the Centre to go on to do impactful work on campus and beyond.

Read the article here.