Kelvin Addo Danquah Asamoah is a student of Mountcrest University College reading Law (LLB).
His first model United Nations experience was with life-link in 2015 where he participated as a delegate representing Bangladesh. There, he was awarded an “Honourable Mention” for his outstanding performance.
Kelvin applied again as a delegate in 2016 representing the USA and was bestowed with the “Honorable Mention Award” for the second time in a row. He then volunteered as a staff member for the JHSMUN in 2016.
To him, the benefits he has derived from MUN are innumerable. But to name a few, he recalls how MUN peaked his interest for world politics and how he has subsequently developed his confidence to a level that amazes him.
Kelvin plays the role of a committee secretary for the second MUN committee this year; a role he believes will be a medium for delegates to have a breath-taking experience.
Aside MUN, Kelvin is a young vibrant entrepreneur and currently works with an organisation called The Dansam Group.