The Executive Secretariat
Secretary-General, Aidan Killackey
Aidan graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Spanish. He previously served as the president of the University of Washington's Model UN team. He hopes that every student’s participation in the conference makes them imagine ways that they can become involved in addressing the issues both international and in our communities.
Deputy Secretary-General, Sabrina Suen
Sabrina is a current senior at the University of Washington who is pursuing a B.A. in Political Science. She is currently the president of the University of Washington's Model UN team. Her advice to first time delegates is to "just do your best and enjoy the learning process."
Director-General, Megan Eu
Megan is a recent graduate from the University of Washington with a B.A. in Political Science and Japanese. She joined the WASMUN team to help create a great conference experience for delegates. Her hope is that delegates can form meaningful relationships with other delegates during WASMUN and develop professional skills like public speaking, research, and writing.
Address concerns about the background guides and other preparatory to Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Director-General, Aliyah Peterson
Aliyah is a current sophomore at the University of Washington pursuing a degree in Public Health and Chemistry. She joined the WASMUN team because she loves being involved in the process of creating something so magical and thought provoking. She hopes that delegates walk away with new information about pressing matters from around the world as well as a few friends.
USG for Logistics, Zac Lim
Zac is a current senior at the University of Washington and who is studying Finance and is in the Certificate of International Studies in Business (CISB) program at the Foster School of Business. He hopes that every delegate walks away from WASMUN with a greater interest in recognizing, discussing, and analyzing the various global issues presented during the conference. Please contact Zac if you have any questions about the accommodations or general questions about the conference logistics.
USG for Public Relations: Teya McGuire
Teya is a current sophomore at the University of Washington who is studying Business. She has been involved in MUN for 4+ years in both high school and college. She encourages first time delegates to speak out and make their voices heard. She joined the WASMUN team because she wanted to give back to the community and help high school students learn more about college MUN.
ASG for Public Relations: Sam Schultheis
Sam is a recent graduate of Seattle University who majored in Strategic Communications with a minor in French. He’s been involved in MUN for 8+ years, including as the president of Seattle University's Model UN team. His advice for first-time delegates is that even though making speeches can seem like a scary and impossible task, it’s something everyone has struggled with, and will get easier with practice. He hopes that delegates grow as individuals and walk away with more confidence in themselves.