Carl attended numerous MUN conferences, inside and outside of Denmark, and also experienced organizing BIGMUN 2017, as the Deputy Secretary-General.
Outside of MUN, he studies at Copenhagen Business School, BSc. International Business and Politics, with interests ranging from history to running and music.
His aspiration is to create an unforgettable conference with DanMUN, that will successfully spread the spirit of the United Nations and lay the groundwork for new friendships to be made between the participants.
Vice Head of Conference & Events
Bozena have been in role of Vice Head of Conferences and Events since April 2018. She is originally from Croatia, working as conference specialist in an IT company in Copenhagen.
Bozena decided to join DanMUN as she saw the chance to combine two passions of hers, the organization of events and international relations.
Nina became the Chairman of DanMUN in March 2018. Originally from the UK, her background is in International Law and Human Rights. She is currently undertaking an internship in an NGO called Trampoline House in Copenhagen, which is a community centre for asylum seekers and refugees.
Nina chose to participate in DanMUN as she is interested in international affairs, and would like to be part of a team which aims to generate discussion about relevant global topics amongst young people.
Lovis have been the Co-Chairman of DanMUN since August of 2018. She is recently graduated anthropologist with a passion for gender and minority rights.
Joining DanMUN provided Lovis with an opportunity to learn more about international politics and the UN in practice as well as engage with young professionals from different cultures.
Richard is originally from Latvia, but have been living in Denmark for some time now. He joined DanMUN in March 2018 and immediately became DanMUN’s treasurer.
Richard is currently working as an intern and would like to pursue a carrier within data science in the future.
Head of Conference & Events
Isabella joined DanMUN as Head of Conference and Events in September 2018.
She is currently studying BSc. International Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School, while working on her dream of creating a career within the UN or the Foreign Ministry.
Her passions lie within foreign affairs and cultural encounters and she is very excited about the upcoming conference in February 2019.
Head of Marketing & Communications
Zeljka started as the DanMUN’s Head of Communications and Marketing in November 2018. She is a marketing strategist and adtech professional with 5+ years of experience in the industry, both B2C and B2B.
Her passions lie within brand management, people operations and technology. Zeljka’s plan is to help DanMUN raise brand awareness, establish better PR and attract more young enthusiasts to the community. She believes that it’s important to discuss about relevant global topics amongst young people.
Conference & Events Member
Yihan Wu, currently studies at the University of Copenhagen as an exchange student, pursuing a concentration in Danish Language studies. Born and raised in China, Yihan is enthusiastic about language learning, cross-cultural communication and international affairs.
As a delegate, she has participated in the Harvard National Model UN Conference 2018, Asian International Model UN 2018 and Beijing International Model UN 2018. As a Chair, she has previously served for Beijing Foreign Studies University Model UN Conference 2016& 2017 and the University of International Business and Economics Model UN Conference 2018.
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!