Category Archives: Ambassadors

In YTIM we not only try to create space through our international events for young people to meet and discuss the most prevalent youth issues of today, we also care about their growth beyond our events.
Therefore, we offer 6 participants every year to join our Ambassador program, which allows them to get involved in preparation for events throughout our calendar; get to know how such international events are organized, bring their own ideas and suggestions; have the opportunity to represent YTIM at other international events which YTIM takes part in and of course participate again in all YTIM events enjoying the conference, networking and gaining new knowledge with all associated costs covered by our organisation.

Ambassadors 2020

Aleksandar Dašić (Serbia)Aleksandar is currently working as a Content Strategy Coordinator in Catena Media, online lead generation company within the iGaming industry with its office located in Belgrade, Serbia. By studying International Relations at the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Belgrade, Aleksandar acquired substantial knowledge in this field and also had the>

Become an ambassador

Youth Time Ambas­sador is appointed by the Youth Time Pres­i­dent for the term of one year to be an exclu­sive rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the move­ment in his or her region. In case of a Youth Time Ambas­sador vio­lat­ing the terms set in this agree­ment, Youth Time has the right to ter­mi­nate their posi­tion as Ambassador. Youth>

Ambassadors 2019

Naveen Chaudhary (India)Naveen is a youth mentor, a full-time mechanical engineer, and a young social leader. He has worked with many multinational companies in India and the UAE. He has published a technical paper on sustainable mass transit design, and has designed an original new mass transit system. Apart from his full-time job, he volunteers>

Ambassadors 2018

Naveen Chaudhary (India)Naveen is a youth mentor, a full-time mechanical engineer, and a young social leader. He has worked with many multinational companies in India and the UAE. He has published a technical paper on sustainable mass transit design, and has designed an original new mass transit system. Apart from his full-time job, he volunteers>

Ambassadors 2017

Niwa Dwitama (Indonesia)Niwa was an NGO activist who now works as a diplomat for the Indonesian government—Aspiring to make little difference from within the system. What consistently remains is his interest in youth leadership and diplomacy, project management, policy advocacy and facilitating international trainings. He graduated as a valedictorian from University of Indonesia, minoring in>

Ambassadors 2016

Sara Neupane (Nepal)Sara is cur­rently work­ing as a Project Coor­di­na­tor in the Infor­mal Sec­tor Ser­vice Cen­tre (INSEC), a promi­nent national level NGO of Nepal that pro­motes human rights and social jus­tice. She has 10 years of expe­ri­ence in the devel­op­ment sec­tor and has worked in the United Nations Mis­sion in Nepal (UNMIN), UN Women and>

Ambassadors 2015

Evgenia Samodelkova (Russia)Evgeniya grad­u­ated from Moscow State Uni­ver­sity, MA in Philol­ogy, Russ­ian lan­guage and lit­er­a­ture. She works in French engi­neer­ing com­pany as a head of HR depart­ment. Cor­re­spon­dent in Youth Time mag­a­zine since 2012. Free­lance jour­nal­ist and blog­ger. Mem­ber of Friend’s Club of Gor­chakov Fund of Pub­lic Diplo­macy in Moscow. Inter­ests – pho­tog­ra­phy, writ­ing, shiv­ananda>