The HNMUN 2017 Secretariat

Back row (left to right): Anne Warnke, Sarah Anderson, Tout Tun Lin, Kelsey Young, Sabrina Devereaux;               First row (left to right): Timothy Cavanaro, Aaisha Shah, Bennett Vogt, Amine Brahim

Back row (left to right): Anne Warnke, Sarah Anderson, Tout Tun Lin, Kelsey Young, Sabrina Devereaux;               First row (left to right): Timothy Cavanaro, Aaisha Shah, Bennett Vogt, Amine Brahim

 

Secretary-General: Bennett E. Vogt

Bennett is a senior at Harvard College concentrating in Chemical and Physical Biology. As a local Boston resident, he is excited to welcome all of the delegates to his hometown in his capacity as Secretary-General for Harvard National Model United Nations 2017. Bennett has been active in MUN since his junior year of high school and is excited to run an exceptional conference this year with the other members of Secretariat. Last year he served as the Under-Secretary-General for the Economic and Social Council and Regional Bodies, and the year before that he served as the Under-Secretary-General for Administration. Outside of MUN his interests include theater, travel, and lab research. Feel free to reach out to Bennett about any aspect of the conference at secgen@hnmun.org.

Director-General: Aaisha Shah

Hailing from the historic city of Lahore, Aaisha is a senior at Harvard, concentrating in History with a secondary field in Economics. She has been involved with MUN for over seven years, both as a delegate and as an organizer. Aaisha enjoys the international impact of MUN conferences at Harvard and is excited to serve as the Director-General of HNMUN 2017! She has also staffed HNMUN's sister conference for high school students Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) in Boston, China and India. Outside the wonderful world of MUN, Aaisha is involved in organizing Harvard Pakistan Forum and enjoys touring museums, watching cricket and soccer, and scouting out amazing travel destinations. Feel free to write to her at dg@hnmun.org with any questions or concerns!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Secretary-General For Administration: Amine Brahim

Amine is a junior at Harvard College concentrating in Applied Mathematics with a secondary in Computer Science. Amine calls Tunis, Tunisia home but is also French and has lived in London, UK for a few years. Amine discovered Model UN his sophomore year of high school and has since then been involved in the organization of MUN conferences. At Harvard, Amine has served in multiple roles in HMUN and HNMUN. Outside of HNMUN, Amine is involved in the International students’ organization on campus. He enjoys reading the news, spending time with friends and traveling. Seeing delegates’ joy at closing ceremony has been incredibly exciting and rewarding for Amine these past two years and he is looking forward to living that moment again in February.  Feel free to get in touch with him with any questions about conference or even if you just want to introduce yourself, at info@hnmun.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Secretary-General For Business: Timothy J. Cavanaro

Tim is a junior at Harvard College concentrating in Economics with a secondary in History. Born and raised in the small coastal town of Cohasset, Massachusetts, Tim is an avid Boston sports fan, focusing his interest on the New England Patriots and the Boston Red Sox. He was introduced to Model UN as a freshman at college, and has since served as an executive staff member for both Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) and Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN). Indeed, Tim’s involvement in Model UN has been one of his most rewarding experiences as a student at Harvard. Beyond MUN, Tim serves as a campus tour guide and enjoys playing Spikeball, rowing, and playing guitar. Tim is incredibly excited to be serving on the HNMUN 2017 Secretariat and can be reached at business@hnmun.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Secretary-General For Delegate Relations: Tout Tun Lin

Tout is a sophomore at the College potentially pursuing a concentration in Social Studies and a language citation in Chinese. Born in Yangon, Myanmar, he has lived there all his life before coming to Harvard. He is passionate about food and travelling, and is happiest when he gets to travel and eat good food. On campus, he is organizing the IVYQ conference, and works for the Freshmen Dean’s Office. He is extremely excited to serve as the Under-Secretary-General for Delegate Relations and cannot wait to meet all the delegates! Feel free to send him an email if there are any questions about the Resolution Projects’s Social Venture Challenge, International Bazaar, or if you just want to suggest food for him to try! He can be reached at delrel@hnmun.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Secretary-General For Finance: Kelsey A. Young

Kelsey is a junior at Harvard College currently concentrating in Applied Math. Although she calls Houston, TX home, she also lived in Madrid, Spain during high school. Kelsey first joined the MUN community during her freshman year and has since searched for opportunities to become more involved in the community whether it be through directing in the committee room for HMUN, or working as Under-Secretary-General for Finance for HNMUN. In addition to her work with Harvard’s two Boston conferences, Kelsey is involved with organizing HMUN India and Harvard Model Congress conferences. In her free time, Kelsey enjoys reading, writing contemporary poetry, and being outdoors. She is excited to begin the journey toward HNMUN 2017 and welcome delegates to the conference! She can be reached at finance@hnmun.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Secretary-General For General Assemblies: Sarah S. Anderson

Sarah is a junior at Harvard, concentrating in Government with a secondary concentration in Neurobiology. She leads a double life as an International Relations nerd and pre-medical student. Her main motivation in Model UN is a strong sense of duty to the international community, due to her Singapore-USA dual citizenship. She has been involved in staffing HMUN and HNMUN, traveling with Harvard's competitive Model UN team, running recruitment for the International Relations Council, and serving on the IRC Board of Strategy and Social Impact. Recreationally, she loves modern dance, cafe-hopping, and watching soccer. She is extremely excited to share her love for the General Assembly with delegates at HNMUN 2017. Please reach out to her at ga@hnmun.org with any and all questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Secretary-General For Economic And Social Council And Regional Bodies: Sabrina G. Devereaux

Sabrina is a junior at Harvard College studying Environmental Science and Public Policy. She’s especially interested in the overlap between international relations and environmental protection. She began participating in Model United Nations her junior year of high school and has been in love with the program ever since. Sabrina directed an ECOSOC committee on nuclear development at HNMUN 2016. In addition to staffing HNMUN, she has also worked on Harvard’s high school conferences, including HMUN China in March 2016. Outside of Model UN, Sabrina enjoys photography, cooking, and scuba diving. Sabrina is incredibly excited to serve as the Under-Secretary-General for the Economic and Social Council and Regional Bodies at HNMUN 2017, and can be reached at ecosoc@hnmun.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under-Secretary-General For Specialized Agencies: Anne S. Warnke

From Brooklyn, New York City, Anne is a junior concentrating in History and Literature with a focus in America. She is particularly interested in the United States’ foreign policy during the 20th century and has been involved in Model UN at Harvard both as a delegate on the traveling team and as a staffer for the Specialized Agencies at Harvard’s conferences. She is excited to welcome delegates from across the world to HNMUN 2017 and in particular to this year’s host of Specialized Agencies committees. Outside of school and the world of Model UN, she enjoys reading, walking around New York City (especially Brooklyn), and watching terrible movies. Please write to her with any questions or concerns at sa@hnmun.org.