Monte McMurchy

Monte McMurchy attended Appleby from 1969-1972. While attending Appleby, Monte played on the Second Football team and the Harriers (school's cross-country team), portrayed Decius Brutus in the dramatic production of Julius Caesar, was a member of Appleby's debating team, was Supply Sergeant of #440 Appleby College Cadet Corps and was awarded the H.C. Hardwick Prize for French. After graduation, Monte attended Queen's University and received a B.A. (Hon), studying philosophy, history and political science. Monte then went on to study Law at the University of Cambridge, the University of Toronto and York University - Osgoode Hall Law School (Administrative Law, Master's Program). In April 2011, Monte was appointed as an Advisor to the United Nations. Monte has 20 years of international experience in civic electoral building and civil capacity good governance development, strength in electoral regulatory and statutory interpretation, and his international assignments have included civic electoral service with the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the United Nations, the Commonwealth, Council of Europe, the United States Agency for International Development, the Canadian International Development Agency and the Government of Ontario. Monte is a member of The UNDP Expert Roster for Parliamentary Development, The UNDP Expert Roster for Crisis Prevention and Recovery, and the UNDP Democratic Governance Roster for Electoral Systems. Monte was a recipient of Appleby's Distinguished Alumni Award in 2008.

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