Kelsey Schott is a graduate student at Ball State University, completing her MA in Communication Studies. At BSU, Kelsey coaches parliamentary and teaches, extemporaneous speaking, impromptu, and original oratory. While attending Simpson College, she was the 2016 and 2018 Pi Kappa Delta national champion debate team and competed in a number of speech events including extemporaneous speaking, impromptu, duo interpretation, duo improv, broadcast journalism, editorial impromptu, among others. Kelsey qualified to out-rounds at collegiate tournaments in editorial impromptu, extemporaneous speaking, duo improv, and broadcast journalism.
Catherine Wang is a first year undergraduate student at McGill University where she studies International Development and Economics. Catherine has over five years of competitive public speaking experience in addition to her numerous years of competitive debate. She has ranked as the two-time Vancouver Regional Speech & Debate Champion and 1st Place Speaker at the Law Foundation Cup. Furthermore, she has a vast range of experience coaching students (of all ages and skill levels) in: Persuasive Speech, Mock Parliament, Model United Nations, World Style Debate, and Parliamentary Debate.
Carol Guo is a first year undergraduate student at Western University. She is an accomplished teacher, having taught Model United Nations, Parliamentary Debate, and Worlds Style Debate, as well as having coached younger members of her own debate teams to provincial and regional success. Competitively, she has been involved with debate for more than five years, competing at various national and international tournaments. Notably, she ranked as the 8th Speaker at the 2020 Canadian Debate Nationals and was a two-time Ontario Debate Provincials Semi-Finalist. Carol practiced public speaking for numerous years, notably placing as a two-time Public Speaking Finalist in the Ottawa-Carleton Regional District.