Alex is a second-year physics PhD student at St Catharine’s College. Having been involved with Model UN in Europe and the USA for over six years, Alex is excited to begin helping coordinate CUUNA’s program of events for the next year, including organising high-profile external speakers’ evenings and overhauling the society’s internal debates training structure.
His primary objective is to see the Cambridge MUN travel team become competitive with the best in Europe.
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Rakoen is a second-year psychology PhD student at Downing College. In his role as Vice-President External he presents CUUNA to the outer world.
His goal is to give CUUNA the reputation of the leading UNA in the UK, establish and strengthen partnerships outside of Cambridge and help with the creation of a UN Youth Delegate Programme.
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Andrew is a second-year Human, Social & Political Sciences undergraduate student at Homerton College. He has been involved with MUN for over four years across the UK and is one of the inaugural founders of HGSMUN.
As Vice-President Internal of CUUNA, his objective is to aid Alex with the general running of the society as well as managing internal events and affairs.
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CUIMUN XXV Secretary General
Bryan is a third-year undergraduate Economist at Sidney Sussex College.
As Secretary-General of CUIMUN XXV he looks forward to a successful conference in November 2019!
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CUIMUN HS Secretary General
Jazz is a second-year undergraduate student studying biological natural sciences at Trinity Hall.
As the Secretary General of this year's CUIMUN High School conference in September 2019 she is really excited to continue CUUNA's ability and efforts to provide a MUN experience hosted at Cambridge for High Schools!
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Phoebe is a second-year undergraduate Historian at Jesus College.
She got involved in MUN at high school in Canada, and is incredibly excited to get more involved this year, working to make CUUNA more accessible, keeping everyone up-to-date in our goings on and how to get involved with the society.
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Lily is a second-year undergraduate law student. Having participated and won awards in Model United Nations in secondary school, she has been keen to apply herself to University MUN through organising informative and unique speakers events. She has a fascination for International Relations and Middle Eastern politics, with the relationship between the West and the region being a particular interest.
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Karolina is a third-year law student at St Catharine’s College. She first became involved with CUUNA after taking part in CUIMUN 2018 as part of the Cambridge delegation, and most recently tried her hand at chairing as co-chair of the ECOSOC at CUIMUN-HS 2019. As co-speakers officer, she hopes to organise events that will provoke debate about current affairs, particularly with regard to Brexit and women’s issues.
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Zachary is a second-year undergraduate Historian at Robinson College. He is the CUUNA Debates Officer alongside Peter Mumford and also Deputy Secretary General of CUIMUNXXV.
He is really looking forward to re-invigorating our debate sessions with topical, interesting questions and a clear practice program, and hopefully producing a CUIMUN that is bigger and better than ever!
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Peter is a second-year undergraduate Classics student at Emmanuel College, and is one of our two Debates Officers. Along with Zach, he is organising and running our weekly debates, as well as helping to prepare new members for future external MUN conferences.
The debates will be on a range of topics relating to current affairs, and we hope to make them as enjoyable as possible.
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External Conferences Officer
Chris is a second-year Human, Social and Political Sciences undergraduate student at St John’s College. As the External Conferences Officer for CUUNA, he is responsible for organising CUUNA’s delegations to domestic and overseas MUN conferences along with related logistics.
He has been involved with MUN since high school as a delegate and chair at MUN conferences in Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Taiwan, and the UK. Aside from his involvement with CUUNA, he enjoys playing the ukulele, hanging out with friends, and rowing.
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Avinash is a second-year undergraduate Economist who is handling the finance-related matters to do with CUUNA as well as supervising the financial positions of the high school and international MUN conferences.
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Imogen is a second year Classicist from Girton College. She has taken part in many MUN conferences both home and abroad, most recently at the ScotMUN conference at Edinburgh University. Her enthusiasm for MUN and the work of the UN as a whole means that she will use her role as Publicity Officer to encourage new members to the society, so that they too can experience a relevant, yet fun, way into current affairs. Her key aims for the next academic year are to raise awareness of what CUUNA entails, and to encourage those from all subjects to come together and discuss real world issues that will affect us as we leave university.
She also hopes to be able to attend more conferences this year and would urge anyone who is unsure whether MUN is for them to take the opportunity to learn about a new country, meet new people, and have a fun weekend away from work!
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