Current Professor

Georgiana
Communications, Research Methods and Public Speaking

Georgiana Epure is a UK Economic and Social Research Council funded-scholar undertaking an MA/PhD on the politics of international criminal justice at the University of Leeds. She is also a research assistant at the European Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. Georgiana holds an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Cambridge, Christ’s College, funded by the Gates Cambridge Trust, where her research focused on the history and politics of the International Criminal Court. She holds a BA in International Relations from the University of Leeds where she graduated as valedictorian in 2016. Georgiana is the founder and editor-in-chief of the Responsibility to Protect Student Journal, a Women Deliver Young Leader Fellow advocating for comprehensive sexuality education and a member of the Association for Liberty and Gender Equality in Romania.

Past Professor

Sabrina
Model United Nations and Public Speaking

Sabrina White is a doctoral student in International Relations at the University of Leeds, holds an M.A. in International Relations from Webster University and a B.M. in Music Performance from Valdosta State University. She has eight years of lecturing experience at the undergraduate and post graduate levels in the UK,and specialises in public speaking, simulations, gender and humanitarian issues. Sabrina is also heavily involved in Model United Nations programmes, both in her capacity as a lecturer where she has led several award-winning teams to international conferences, and as a conference organiser, where she works with local London secondary schools to hold a conference as a part of an outreach project at Regent’s University London. Sabrina  has experience working in development projects in Cambodia and especially projects directed at young people.

Sabrina originally comes from a music performance background, and uses the techniques she learned to improve pedagogic materials for public speaking and presentations. She has a hands-on approach, innovates to each unique group of students and is passionate about building competence and confidence in students.

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