World Elite for Future Club (WEF) and Excellent Youth Charitable Organization (EYO)
SDGs: Quality education, Decent Work and Economic Growth, Reduced Inequalities
As an Ambassador, I encourage young people to explore, to experience, to strive, and not to yield. To be a young leader, remember to contribute your passion and intelligence to the world.Yiting Wu
Yiting Wu is currently studying double majors: psychology and economics at University of California, Davis with honor scholarship. She is the founder and president of World Elite for Future Club (WEF), a platform that is dedicated to decent work and economic growth. It provides special events and some most influential global forums opportunities such as Penn Wharton China Summit and Harvard College Forum for young elites from different fields. She believes that for young people, one of the most important things is to step out of the comfort zone and explore opportunities to broaden the view. She has met lots of influential and intelligent people and had wonderful and diverse experience during her growth, and these things make who she is today. As an Ambassador, she believes The Youth Assembly is a great opportunity, so she does encourage young people to experience something different and challenge themselves. Also, as the co-founder of Excellent Youth Charitable Organization (EYO), she agrees that “Charity is the accumulation of morality, and everyone can be charitable.“This nonprofit organization aims to help reduce inequality and achieve quality education in China and has provided mental and material support for many children and the elder in poor urban areas since 2015. They invite professional psychologists to teach them practical psychotherapy knowledge so that they can learn the skill of self-treatment which helps comfort themselves and even build confidence. Once more people learn the importance of 17 SDGs by UN, the faster we can achieve a better world.