An Anthropology major at Yale-NUS College, Jillane is one who has definitely embarked on the road less travelled. This however, has not only made her more unique but also more diverse her in global outlook. Jillane has been contributing to the education community by teaching speech arts and Ukranian dance in Canada for over five years. Having studied in three different countries across three continents, she has developed an in-depth understanding of global education and its value to different students from many cultures. Not to mention, she speaks fluent English, French, Italian, and Spanish.
Her academic interests include motivation and goal pursuit, the social division of cities, art history and analysis, and of course, global education systems. In order to hone these interests, she has immersed herself in the cause of animal rights and taken up Model United Nations, competing most recently at the prestigious Harvard World Model United Nations held in Italy. She spent the summer combining her passions for global education and art history by working for the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice.
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