Meet the Secretariat
Hello! I'm Megha, a second year law student at LSE, and I'll be your Secretary-General for this year's conference. I've been involved with MUN for about six years now, from being a delegate to a chairperson and eventually running my school's MUN club, I can't seem to have gotten enough from it! In my spare time, I'm always on the look for stray cats and vegan junk food spots to satisfy my never-ending food cravings. I've also started pole, and I'll never say no to an aimless long walk around London. This year's YouthMUN is going to be especially exciting as it marks the tenth edition and our return to an in-person conference. We've got so much planned for this year and I'm so excited to welcome you all to LSE this March!
Hi everyone! This is Kelvin, your Director-General for YouthMUN 2023! I am a second-year BSc Politics and International Relations student at the LSE and I'm from Hong Kong! While I have only been involved with MUN since last year, I have benefited so much from both delegating and chairing in committees across the UK. Outside MUN I am often seen travelling around the UK, cycling around London's busy streets and preaching choral and classical music. I strongly believe that this conference is a very good opportunity for you to discover yourself and gain the confidence to let others know why your solutions are ones that are potentially game-changing! We are very much looking forward to welcome you IN-PERSON on the LSE campus, and we can't wait to meet you all!
Under-Secretary General for Administration and Finance
My name is Andreas and I am your Under-Secretary General for Administration and Finance. in my penultimate year studying BSc International Relations. I am Canadian but was born and raised in Hong Kong, and have been studying in the UK for the past seven years. An anomaly from other secretariats, this is my first time being involved in a MUN conference, although hopefully my passion for encouraging global leadership among our generation compensates for it! I am really excited to welcome you to our YouthMUN conference at LSE as we reach our 10th year and more importantly, as we mark our triumphant return to an in-person summit, so say goodbye to Zoom meetings and awkward online interactions! I cannot wait to get to meet you all in person!
Under-Secretary General for Academics
Hi everyone! I am a Masters in International Relations student at the LSE and have been involved in Model UN since 2017 and staffing over 30 conferences since 2020. I firmly believe that Model UN at any level is the finest way to learn the skills of diplomacy, public speaking and most importantly, make new friends! Through the conference, I hope to provide you with the best Model UN experience and will ensure that you walk out of LSE YouthMUN with more knowledge, confidence and friends!
External Under-Secretary General for Outreach
Hello! I'm Mollie, a first-year at LSE studying Politics and International Relations. For this Year's conference I will be the External Outreach under-secretary general and will help out around workshops and your preparation for the conference. With 2023 YouthMUN being my first one, I'm excited to help organise and work with such a great team. We've got loads planned and are trying to make this the most valuable and exciting experience for you as possible. I'm looking forward to meeting you all and welcoming you to LSE in March!
Internal Under-Secretary General for Outreach
Heya I’m Namgyal, first year ISPP with Politics student. I’m really happy to be the Internal Outreach Under-Secretary General for this Year’s YouthMUN. My colleague Molly and I want this conference to be super inclusive and an opportunity for people from all different backgrounds to find out what MUN is like… so better get cracking! See you all at the conference in March :)
Under-Secretary General for Communications
Hi everyone! My name is Asia, I’m a first year Law student and I will be your Under-Secretary General for Communications. TeamLSE is my first experience with MUN and so far I’ve done two conferences, I believe it’s an invaluable way to learn negotiation and communication skills and a great way to engage with current political affairs in a hands on manner. In my spare time I love reading, I’ve worked in bookshops since I was 14 and I adore anything gothic or melancholy. I’m so excited to have you all here for the conference in March and I look forward to seeing you all. I will be running our website and social media and be your first point of contact for any information leading up to the conference so don’t hesitate to reach out!