Ben Nicols is a 3rd year International Studies / Law student majoring in International Relations at UNSW, and is currently the President of the UNSW United Nations Society. Ben started with MUN at AMUNC 2016, and since then has gone on to win awards at domestic conferences (NCMUN) as well as international conferences like WorldMUN, and King’s College London’s Invitational Day of Crisis. He was the creator, Secretary-General, and lead director for UNSW’s own hybrid Crisis/MUN, MUNSW | Crisis+. He’s extremely excited to implement amazing committees, with innovative formats and exciting topics. In his spare time he does his hair.
Rachael is a 3rd year Arts/Law student at the University of New South Wales. Having started off with her first major MUN at SYDMUN 2016, Rachael loves MUN for the friends she has made both at home and around the world. With a passion for the engagement of young people in serious international issues, she is looking to make AMUNC 2018 amazing in any aspect.
Samuel is a final year Commerce/Law student at ANU, and AMUNC 2018 will be his 16th Australian MUN. He enjoys watching nihilistic animations, using David Bowie songs to create parodies on the theme of Australian employment law, and dreaming of seeing St Kilda win the flag.
Fatima is a final year International Studies/Law student at the University of Wollongong. Having gone to her first conference at AMUNC 2016, her love for all things MUN has only grown since. AMUNC 2018 will be her final conference and she looks forward to meeting as many new people as possible. Delving into the role as International Liaison she is enthusiastic to reach out to international delegates and universities, working to ensure that all delegates receive an absolutely unforgettable experience throughout the conference. When not procrastinating over her assignments you’ll find Fatima daydreaming about her exchange semester and wishing she had enough money to travel full time.
Sachin is a 3rd year Law/Commerce Student at the University of New South Wales. He has a strong passion for MUN and aims to complete all the conferences on the Australian Circuit before he graduates; he particularly enjoys the committees that rely upon technical knowledge of the topic rather than just knowledge of the country’s stance. He is an avid sports fan with a strong passion for cricket, rugby & tennis. He also collects old City Rail red paper tickets.
Jess is a second year Commerce (Accounting)/LLB student at the University of New South Wales. She is currently employed at Deloitte in Outsourced Financial Services and excels in compliance and reporting. Jess decided to join the AMUNC team for a challenge and to try something new.
Jingcheng is a 3rd year student majoring in Computer Science at the University of New South Wales. After many years of being involved, MUN has become an integral of his life. Jingcheng hopes to implement a bunch of extraordinary committees and bring unforgettable experience to all the participants of AMUNC2018, and he is ready for the new break through. In his spare time, he likes cooking, photographing, and getting abused by programming.
Michelle is a 4th year Law/Actuarial Studies student at the Australian National University. Her first Model United Nations Conference was NCMUN 2017 which she found to be a fantastic first experience. She hopes to inject some fresh insight and expand the social media platforms used in marketing for AMUNC 2018 so that a larger audience can potentially be reached. In her spare time, she enjoys finding new places to eat brunch at around Canberra, going around the local museums, and watching TV reruns of Friends.
Louis is a 3rd Year student studying Advanced Maths/Arts, majoring in Statistics and International Relations. As the Under-Secretary General of IT, Louis hopes to improve and build on MUN systems to make a streamlined conference that is accessible to everyone. When he is able to successfully manage money, he likes travelling and being out and about.
Madhuraa Prakash, also answering to Mads, and is the female USG Equity at AMUNC 2018. She studies a Bachelor of Arts/Laws at the University of Sydney. Her first MUN was VICMUN 2017, where she was in the Human Rights Council and developped an abiding passion for MUN. USG Equity for AMUNC is just the next step for her, as she makes sure everyone enjoys the same amazing MUN experience she has had, whether it's their first conference or their tenth. She is delighted to be part of AMUNC 2018, and the team holding such an incredibly diverse and original conference. When she isn't working on all things MUN, she can be found with her adorable rough collie. Alternatively, she'll be helping her friends deal with their lives to ignore the insanity of her own. That's the sort of straight-talking you can expect from the female USG Equity at AMUNC!
Alex’s first MUN was in 2014 at Sydmun. His proudest MUN achievement was threating war with the Commonwealth nations as New Zealand, for forgetting to mention it too, was part of the Commonwealth. He claims to be a first year, doing Speech Pathology, which is technically true, yet has previously completed a B.A majoring in Philosophy, Politics and International Relations. AMUNC for Alex represents a chance to be a part of the institution building process of Equality, ensuing a safe and positive environment for all to enjoy. In his spare time Alex complains that MUN has changed and no one wears suits to socials anymore, after committee.
Hey I’m Shuhan. I’m a third year Economics/Law student from UNSW. My first tertiary MUN was NCMUN 2017 where I acted as a judge in the International Criminal Court. The reason for joining AMUNC is that it is the largest conference in the Asia-Pacific region and I’m keen to help provide the best experiences to all participants. I mostly just chill at home in my spare time, coastal walk and hiking are tiring options but I do them occasionally as well.
Danni is a 3rd Year student at UNSW studying Journalism. Her first MUN was VICMUN 2017, and has joined the AMUNC team to implement new ideas and techniques to secure a record number of delegates. In her spare time she likes going to the beach, taking slightly out of focus photos, watching Seinfeld and scouting the best vintage spots in Sydney.
Jamie is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Sydney. Having attended his first MUN at SYDMUN 2016, Jamie joins the AMUNC 2018 team to share his favourite city in the world with delegates from all over the world. He is honored and privileged to bring fun and unique socials. In his spare time, Jamie writes for the University of Sydney student publication Honi Soit, and has a radio show on SURG (USYD Student Radio System)
Lungol Wekina is a 2nd year Environmental Management/Arts student at the University of New South Wales and is loving known (by himself, at least) as the Anti-Social Socials Director of the UNSW United Nations Society. He’s always been an active participant of Model UNs – partly for the dynamic learning experiences they provided, but mostly because they were the only place where he could talk and not be told to be quiet and curb his anti-capitalist spiel. His first MUN at a tertiary level was MUNSW Crisis+ 2017, and his affinity for large bar tabs and even larger hummus platters led him to the AMUNC 2018 Secretariat as the USG for Events. Lungol is hyped to bring you incredible socials throughout the entire conference, and looks forward to seeing you in Sydney.
Seung Chan Rhee
Chan is a Second Year student of Commerce/Law. He is part of AMUNC 2018 to be a unique part of UNSW's student legacy. In his spare time he is an avid reader.