By Gregg Sullivan, PA

Kyle Denman

Kyle Denman

Q:  What are your responsibilities as a Presiding Officer?

A:  Being a PO means to serve the delegates and the conference and to help them find the Blue Ridge Spirit.

Q:  How many years were you in YAG, and how many years have you gone to CONA?

A:  This is my fourth year at YAG and CONA

Q:  What do you do outside of YAG?

A:  I’m on the National Mock Trial Team.

Q:  What college do you attend and what is your major?

A:  Miami University Oxford. I major in political science and minor in business legal studies, history and statistics.

Q:  What do you plan to do after college?

A: I’d like to be an attorney. Although, it’s also my dream to be a professional dancer on Dancing with the Stars.

Q:  Is there anything that you would like to say to all of this year’s delegates?

A:  Be Cheetahlicious.

Zijie Yin

Zijie Yin

Q:  What are your responsibilities as a Presiding Officer?

A:  I help others realize their potential and use their abilities to achieve their goals.

Q:  How many years were you in YAG, and how many years have you gone to CONA?

A:  Five years for both.

Q:  What do you do outside of YAG?

A:  I’m on a men’s rowing team. I’m part of a research organization that strives to find ways to alleviate poverty. I very recently spent a month interning at the Bank of China; I was in a city called Wu Han studying the foreign exchange markets.

Q:  What college do you attend and what is your major?

A:  I go to Georgetown, majoring in international political economy.

Q:  What do you plan to do after college?

A:  I want to go into consulting or mutual funds. After that I’d like to get a joint JD/MBA.

Q:  Is there anything that you would like to say to all of this year’s delegates?

A:  If you dedicate yourself to having a positive mental attitude, then you will find that you have unlimited potential. The world is all yours, but you must have the desire and persistence to overcome adversity.

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