My name is Nicole Rosenberg. For as long as I can remember, I have had a passion for languages and other cultures. I am a native English and Spanish speaker and have pursued French studies since the age of six. I am also a recurrent host of the travel bug and cannot live without my passport. I love discovering new landscapes, immersing myself in different cultures, meeting people from all over the world, trying new things and stepping out of my comfort zone. In Canada I have worked as a translator/interpreter in many government agencies that offer newcomers a number of different settlement services to help them integrate into the community. This notion of helping others and removing language barriers is what motivates me to do what I do. I am passionately curious and always eager to take on new challenges that push me to become the best version of myself. I have been lucky enough to participate in two exchanges in Grenoble, France and Geneva, Switzerland and to volunteer at the PANAM/PARAPAN AM Games held in Toronto in 2015. I am now finishing my studies in Geneva in the hopes of ultimately achieving my dream: to become a professional translator within an international organization and/or government institution. I am truly honoured to be a part of the GIMUN translation team as it is a valuable stepping-stone towards a rich and promising career in the field of translation.