Secretary General 

 

Emma Ogonoski

secretarygeneral@wamunc.com

Director of Conference Relations

secretarygeneral@wamunc.com

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WAMUNC XXII

Spectre: JCC

Dismissed as a hoax by many, whispered of in secret by few, and truly known only to a handful, the Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion is the world’s premiere criminal enterprise. Among its members number the wealthiest and most skilled villains from the most evil organizations throughout history - Tito’s secret police, the Italian Mafia, the Unione Corse, the Gestapo. The list goes on. Now, you’ve been granted an invitation to join the ranks of this infamous group, and take up your role as part of the cabal. But be warned, intelligence agencies across the world, especially MI-6, are constantly searching for you, and new ways to overthrow your grip on the globe.

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Co-Crisis Director

Rob Windsor

Hi everyone! My name is Rob and I’m a junior studying International Economics. I’ve been doing Model UN for 7 years and I’m vice head delegate of GW’s competitive travel team. This is my third year staffing WAMUNC and it’s already shaping up to be the best yet. Outside of MUN, I love exploring DC and trying as many new things as I can. I’m also a massive movie buff, which is where the idea for my committee came from. My co-CD (and roommate) Cole and I are super excited to see the forces of order and chaos battle it out in SPECTRE!

Chair

Amalia Lohuis

Amalia is a sophomore double-majoring in International Affairs and Psychology. She is pursuing concentrations in International Development and Spanish with the hope of furthering her understanding of Immigration Studies. For the past six years, Amalia has spent time on nationally-ranked MUN teams, where she has mainly focused on GA and politically specialized committees. Amalia is also the Director of Community Outreach for the International Affairs Society E-board and takes part in extensive diversity and inclusion and service initiatives at GW. When not immersing herself in IA, Amalia is usually rock climbing, studying philosophy, or actively participating in Big Brother discourse on twitter. WAMUNC is not Amalia’s first rodeo, in fact, it is her second and she is incredibly excited to be chairing SPECTRE and helping delegates carry out international mayhem.

Chair

Emily Allyson

Welcome! I am so excited to be your chair and guide you through a fun weekend of debate. My name is Emily Allyson. I am a sophomore at GW and am studying International Affairs and Arabic. I am a member of GW’s MUN team and have been participating in MUN for the past six years of my life. This is my second year staffing WAMUNC. Some of my hobbies include exploring DC (I am originally from New Hampshire), eating at Panera, and watching Game of Thrones.