Secretary-General: Emma Brandt (any/all), 4th Year
Hi! My name is Emma Brandt and I am a fourth-year International Affairs and Modern Languages major with a concentration in French and a minor in Law, Science, and Technology. While I grew up in Williamsburg, VA, I actually went to high school just outside of Athens, GA (THWg). Other than Model UN, I’m a member of Greek Life and frequent attendee of Open Mic nights hosted at our very own Wrek Radio (91.1 FM!). In my free time, you can find me writing songs and poems or analyzing my friends’ astrological charts (I’m a Libra Sun, Sagittarius Moon, and Gemini Rising, FYI). I’m so excited to serve as your Secretary-General this year and can’t wait to see what amazing resolutions you write in October. For any questions about GTMUN, the conference, or Tech in general, you can reach me at email@example.com.
I am so pleased to be working with a talented Secretariat this year, each member of which is driven and passionate about making this conference as fun and fulfilling an experience as possible. Take some time to meet our team; we hope you’re as excited for GTMUN 2022 as we are.
USG of Policy: Noor Jaleel (she/her), 3rd year
My name is Noor Jaleel; I am a third-year public policy major from Milton, GA. I am the USG Policy for GTMUN and also the PR Chair for the program. Besides model UN, I am also involved in the Women Science and Technology learning community. A fun fact about me is that I love tea and drink at least 2 cups of tea a day!
USG of Administration: Sonia Doshi (she/her), 3rd year
Hey everyone! My name is Sonia Doshi. I’m a current third-year majoring in Public Policy with concentrations in science and technology policy. I am born and raised in Georgia; my hometown is Stockbridge, GA. I have been active with Model UN at Georgia Tech since my freshman year and previously served as USG Press for GTMUN 2021. My other involvements on campus include the Association for Sustainable Investing, being on the executive planning team for a national conference with my scholarship foundation, being a TA for an internet and public policy course, and conducting independent research on data ethics. In my barely existent free time, I absolutely love binge watching Netflix, exploring museums, and cheering on ATL sports teams!!
USG of Logistics: Snehal Oberai (she/her), 2nd year
Hey! My name is Snehal Oberai and I am a second-year biomedical engineering student here at Tech, and am extremely excited to be serving as the Under-Secretary-General of Logistics for GTMUN HS! I am originally from Northern Virginia where I competed in Model UN since the seventh grade, so I am ready to host a conference for you all! Outside of Model UN, I am in Engineers without Borders, work at the biomedical engineering design shop on campus, and am a TA for a computer science program. When I’m not working on anything school or extra-curricular related, you can catch me shopping at Target and Trader Joe’s, drinking coffee, or convincing my friends to watch holiday movies year-round with me!
Assistant USG of Logistics: Carissa Lucas (she/her), 2nd year
My name is Carissa Lucas. I am a second-year Biomedical Engineering Major originally from Melbourne, Australia but currently live in Maine. Besides Model UN, I am part of the Astronomy Club and Red Cross Club. I also enjoy hiking, camping, archery, and reading in my free time.
Assistant USG of Logistics: Cassi Post (she/her), 4th year
Hi! My name is Cassi and I’m a fourth-year International Affairs major with a minor in French. I’m from Roswell, GA and love being in Atlanta at Tech. In my free time I love to explore coffee shops around the city (and elsewhere!) and search for the best vanilla latte. I also enjoy reading (usually memoirs!) or working on a crafty DIY project that I probably am not going to finish. This will be my first time serving on a Secretariat, so I am super excited for the experience and to work with all of you in October!
Assistant USG of Logistics: Katherine Book (she/her), 3rd year
Hello, I’m Katherine! I’m a third-year pre-med Biochemistry major from San Antonio, Texas (Go Spurs!). I’m also working on an International Plan degree designation with Spanish as my chosen language. On campus I’m in greek life, and in my free time I like to volunteer, hike, and explore the outdoors and Atlanta! I am also serving as the Secretary-General of our collegiate conference in the fall!
USG of Crisis: Richard Still (he/him), 6th year
Hello! I am a sixth-year majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in French and have been involved with GT Model United Nations for five years. I am currently serving as the Undersecretary General of Crisis for GTMUN, previously having served as USG for Administration and Policy and Secretary-General of our TechMUN collegiate conference, as well as being the Head Delegate of the GTMUN Program here at Georgia Tech. Outside of MUN, I am active in Tau Beta Sigma service sorority/fraternity and working as a Teaching Assistant for the ME robotics class. I look forward to ensuring an exceptional crisis experience at GTMUN.
Press Corps Director
USG of the Press Corps: Amanda Valencia (she/her), 3rd year
Hello everyone! My name is Amanda Valencia, and I am a third-year International Affairs major with a minor in Business. Although my heart is in Atlanta, I enjoy putting myself in new environments because there is always so much to learn and fun to have. I’ve gotten the opportunity to travel to many different countries and try new things in the process. Aside from my involvement in Model UN, I am a member of Greek Life and a teaching assistant for math and language arts classes for young adults wanting to obtain their GEDs. I also love cats.
We’re all working hard to make this conference as rewarding and fun an experience for you as delegates and faculty as possible. I hope that you will join us in preparation and excitement for an amazing GTMUN HS 2022!
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