Bent Simon’s career in MUN began in 2014 in the German town of Oldenburg, where, having no idea what MUN would actually be like and how it would work, he found himself at one of Germany’s biggest conferences. Overwhelmed by the abundance of interesting people from all over the world and interesting opinions expressed, he was hooked immediately. Now he had participated in eleven conferences all across Europe, the Americas and Asia both as delegate and chair. Furthermore, he has been in charge of the MUN Society of his home university in 2016/17. Apart from doing MUN, he studies Law at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany. During his studies, he had the chance to focus on Public International Law and also to participate in the Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition
Carlos Salas is a Mexican student pursuing a major in International Affairs and a minor in Legal Studies at John Cabot University in Rome, Italy. He is really interested in global politics and the practice of diplomacy. Model United Nations started being part of his life when he was 12 years old. Besides MUN, he enjoys singing and acting, but his favourite things in the world are travelling, meeting people from different backgrounds, and discovering new food. Carlos is confident that SGMUN will be a great experience for everyone as it was for him last year. He is looking forward to having fruitful debates and negotiations in this unique committee!
Piotr Sanejko is a 3rd year law student at Maastricht University. He has attended MUN conferences as a Member and later Co-Head of the UNSA Permanent Delegation and is looking forward to attend more as the Deputy Secretary General at EuroMUN 2020. He has gained his legal experience through chairing Moot Courts and legal committees, as well as through internships at law firms such as K&L Gates. In his free time, he would like to think of himself as an aspiring jazz singer and pianist, and an amateur stand-up comic.