Michelle has been involved in the Prince George branch of the UNAC since January 2015. She is currently pursuing a MA in International Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia and previously completed a Bachelor of Knowledge Integration from the University of Waterloo. Michelle’s current research is focused on food sovereignty and Canadian public policy.
Don has been a member of UNAC Prince George since spring 2014. He has a degree from the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) in International Studies and Political Science. Don has been very active in the community of Prince George being part of several organizations and boards. He has also participated in field schools in Peru and Somaliland (Somalia).
Kyle Cameron works for the government of British Columbia. He joined UNAC-PG in 2014, and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Northern British Columbia, majoring in International Studies. Kyle has had experience with volunteer work in Quesnel, being a former member of the Quesnel Ground Search and Rescue. He currently is a member of the national board of directors as the BC Representative.
President 2014-2015, Director
Mrs. Tamblyn holds a BA in Economics from Peru, and moved to Canada in 2001 and to Prince George in 2006. She recently graduated from UNBC with a MA in International Development.
Giulliana has done a lot of work with the community in PG. She founded the Latino-Canadian Association of Northern BC in 2007, she has been on the executive of the Hart Community Association and IMSS and is currently on the Heather Park School PAC. She is founder and President of the newly created Prince George Branch of United Nations Association in Canada (UNAC).
Dave Tamblyn serves as Regional Public Health Engineer with Northern Health in Prince George. Dave worked in Peru with a Canadian NGO on water, environment and sanitation projects from 1997 to 2000. Dave joined the UNAC-PG board in July 2015.