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Linea became a member of DanMUN in March 2015. She immediately became the new Head of Conference & Events and has now climbed up the ladder and is the sitting Chairman.
Currently, she is in her second year of studying her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Sociology at Copenhagen Business School.
Emilie, 19, is the youngest member of the DanMUN team. She joined DanMUN March 2016 and is now heading the recruiting of High School MUN’s. Emilie has attended MUN conferences since her first year of high school and been organizing her high school’s own MUN for two years, before joining DanMUN. Having recently graduated high school with a focus on global citizenship and the challenges of globalisation, and being a member of UNYA Denmark’s volunteers too, international affairs is a big part of Emilie’s life, both academically and in her spare time.
A recruit of 2015, Madina joined DanMUN in the Conference and Events Department. Given her interest and academic path, she is elected as the treasurer.
Currently, she is studying Bachelor’s degree in International Business at Copenhagen Business School
Head of Conference & Events
Started in DanMUN in 2015, Sara joined DanMUN in the Conference & Events Department, due to her love for organising events. Now she is elected as the Head of Conference & Events.
Currently, she is studying her Master’s degree in Political Science at Copenhagen University, specialising in International Relations, Diplomacy and Security Studies.
Head of Marketing & Communications
Kornélie started off this year as the DanMUN’s Head of Communications and Marketing. She studied at the University of Strasbourg in France, Palacký University in the Czech Republic, and UNAM in Mexico. She holds a double master’s degree in Euroculture: Society, Politics and Culture in a Global Context. Since Kornélie is a passionate violin player, you can spot her performing with the Symfuni Orchestra of the University of Copenhagen.
Betül joined the DanMUN team early in 2014 during a recruitment meeting; as a means for her interests in international politics. She has previously been active in other political organizations, and was therefore experienced with organizational work. She started as a Conference Department Member, however following the DanMUN Conference in 2014, she became responsible for the logistics department. Currently, Betül graduated from her Bachelors in International Social Sciences with specialization in International Studies from Roskilde University, and plans to pursue a Masters degree in International Relations.
The UNA is the progenitor of DanMUN and in the past, DanMUN organizers were traditionally affiliated with the association. In practical terms, DanMUN still resides in locales leisurely borrowed from the UNA in downtown Copenhagen. Board members of DanMUN are required to be members of the UNA and both organizations maintain close ties. Given the smiliar goals of both NGOs, efforts are of course – at times – coordinated and members from both organizations aid with expert knowledge on various issues.
Having hosted both the 2011 and 2012 Conference, the Royal Danish Military Academy has grown to become a partner of DanMUN. Apart from the state-of-the-art conference locale that DanMUN has been allowed to utilize, the partnership has also brought the participation of cadets to the conferences; resulting in practical military expertise being added to the intellectual mix that is the typical MUN. Captain Axel Vermehren who has been very helpful towards the organization during the past couple of years, should be mentioned here.
Podio is an online work platform with a new take on how everyday work gets done. Podio gives people more power than ever before to manage their work. DanMUN is lucky to be sponsored by them since it makes communication within the organization easier and smoother. Anyone can work with Podio without any technical skills and it will improve work productivity!