Cerina Lee is a Master of Public Health graduate from the University of Alberta (Edmonton, AB) in Canada. Working in tobacco-control advocacy and cannabis legalization policy research, Cerina loves instilling enthusiasm in youth leaders on diplomacy, public health and action! Having worked with WFUNA since 2017 - Cerina has recently served as the President of the General Assembly at WIMUN New York 2019, as a Secretary for New York and India, and as an International Trainer in WFUNA Korea Camp. On the side, Cerina loves to teach bootcamp and Tabata classes back home as a fitness instructor!
President for the General Assembly
Rose Camille Lopez
After receiving a scholarship to study at Bond University, Rose Camille - born and raised in Australia - is currently studying a Bachelor of Laws/International Relations degree. Rose Camille was selected as Secretary at 2019 WFUNA International Model United Nations (WIMUN) in New York, and in 2018, had the honour of being elected by delegates around the world as Chair of the General Assembly 1. Having a passion for debating and public speaking, Rose Camille also holds a position as a qualified Debating Adjudicator for the Gold Coast Secondary Schools Debating Association and was awarded “Outstanding Dedication to Adjudication.” Her leadership experiences include being Mayor’s Student Ambassador for Study Gold Coast and serves on the Student Advisory Board, as well as being guest speaker at the Student for a Semester Awards Ceremony. Rose Camille has also chaired Junior Council Executive Committee meetings and was a nominee for Gold Coast’s Young Citizen of the Year.
Under-Secretary-General for General Assembly Affairs and Conference Management
Alicia Landin is a Sustainable Development Engineering student from Monterrey, Mexico :flag-mx:. She started MUN at the age of 11 as the youngest member of her middle school delegation, attending several local MUN conferences throughout the year. She later began participating in local and international conferences, and her experiences led her to create MONUM, a conference designed for children from underprivileged public middle schools in Monterrey, Mexico, with the purpose of creating active and conscious citizens. She believes education is the key to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, and is currently working alongside professors in sustainability and conservation research. She is an active member of the International MUN community, staffing conferences around the world such as WIMUN and SPMUN.
Under-Secretary-General for Management
Curan VanDerWielen is a Junior at Clark University in the United States, where he studies Political Science and Global Environmental Studies, with a minor in International Development. Prior to WIMUN Geneva 2019, Curan served as a Conference Management Officer for WIMUN NYC 2019, Secretary-General of ClarkMUN X, and as a Chair at BDMUNC 2019. During the Summer of 2018, he won Best Delegate’s Diplomacy Fellowship, and spent time teaching Model UN and international affairs at the high school level, at UCLA, Harvard, and Georgetown Universities. He is now Best Delegate’s Editor of MUNI and MUN Education content. In his free time, Curan enjoys skiing, hiking, reading, playing video games, and drinking copious amounts of tea.
Assistant-Secretary-General for Management
Luis Guilherme Matias
Luis Guilherme Matias, “Gui”, is a Marketing student who lives in São Paulo, Brazil. Alongside with his other two brothers, Gui joined WIMUN back in 2015 in New York and has taken part of our conference ever since. He studies at ESPM and is deeply is love with his profession, brothers and MUN! Over the past five years, Gui has taken part in almost every existente role in a Model UN. From placard designer to Secretary General (SPMUN), he’s a very experienced MUNer who’s thrilled to meeting you all in Geneva.
Under-Secretary-General for Global Communications
Aurore Heugas is a French journalism student, currently on an internship for The Diplomat Magazine in The Hague where she writes articles for the diplomatic community in The Netherlands and European Union. Since the beginning of her bachelor's degree in Multimedia Journalism, Aurore has had experience working at a women's magazine, the press office of the US Embassy in Paris as well as doing freelance writing work. Since 2017, she has attended three WFUNA programs, twice as a Public Information Officer for WIMUN New York 2018 and 2019, and once as a trainer for the WFUNA Youth Camp in South Korea. In September, Aurore will be starting her master's degree in International Journalism and hopes to continue in that path after her studies.