Red Cross Committee
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Alexia is a law student from Athens, Greece. Having participated in more than 24 conferences all over Europe, North Africa, Middle East and Asia, she inevitably considers herself as a simulation addict and wishes to finally join her country’s diplomatic corps. After serving to all available positions of a conference, she came to the conclusion that she prefers to chair committees/organs immediately connected to her academic interests. Her recent internship in her country’s Red Cross led her to apply for this rather interesting crisis committee, believing that it is an exceptional way to celebrate the UN’s anniversary year. להתראות בתל-אביב!
Grace Chandler is from Washington, D.C. but now lives in Houston, Texas. She is a senior at Clemson University in South Carolina and serves as the President of the Clemson Model United Nations Team and studies Communication and Political Science. She has participated in MUN since 2010 but this will be her first time on a Secretariat.
At school, Grace has conducted award-winning research in social media and serves on the Dean’s council for her college. Aside from being the Vice Chair in the Red Cross Crisis Committee, Grace will serve as the Head of Delegate Relations in the Secretariat.
Aaron McPherson is a second year economist at the University of Edinburgh and as well as having the pleasure of being your DUSG of International Outreach he will be the director of the crisis portion of the red cross committee. He is incredibly excited to be involved with the crisis at this year's edition of HolylandMUN. He has been involved in Crises ranging from 3rd century China to 17th century piracy to Modern day gang warfare but has never before been involved with a Red Cross Committee Crisis. He is incredibly excited to be a part of the incredibly experienced team who will be throwing twists at you throughout the conference.
Xavier Lluís Roig Seguí was born in Mallorca and is currently living in Barcelona. He is a Political Scientist specialized in International Relations and has been involved in MUN for almost half a decade, chairing in world class conferences. This is going to be his first conference in the Israeli Circuit, so he is really looking forward to enjoy fruitful debates in the lovely environment of HolylandMUN.
Johannes Federkeil, from Germany, is currently employed at Microsoft Citizenship Program in Cairo, Egypt, as Communications and Monitoring Officer. Through a Bachelors degree in International Political Affairs by the University College Maastricht and two and a half years of working experience he is aiming to pursue a career in International Development Cooperation. He is incredibly excited to be a part of the very experienced crisis team.
As a genuine political scientist, his MUN career began at EuroMUN 2010 as an outstanding dancer, filibuster and living shop dummy walking out suits. After about half a dozen conferences which grew his personality to the required height of 200 cm, he was given the chance of a stint as a junior MUN chairman at IsraMUN 2013.