Name: Marquoi Subah
Location: College Park, MD
Position: PR/Marketing Intern

Fundraising Goal: $530

How did you get interested in global issues?
I was interested when I joined the Global Business Club while I was at Frostburg State University.   Originally, I’m a Business Administration Major, but I saw how Global Affairs didn’t require specific studies to be involved. Also, the economic development of the world has a lot to do with businesses worldwide.

Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
To gain experience and implement what I learned in college in the real world. Also, I can resonate with the idea of global support due to my family being immigrants from another country.

Any interesting tidbits to share?
I like watching and playing sports (basketball, football, boxing, tennis, track and field. I try to stay fit as much as I can. I’m also a book worm- I’m addicted to reading and learning.  My 1st name is a mixture of both of my parent’s names.

 

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