"My name is Prab and I first experienced MUN in high school and have since participated in several conferences. I see MUN as being a great way to help develop speaking skills and meet new people from all over the world. MUN conferences bring in a diverse collection of people which helps foster healthy and more well rounded understanding of issues that face the world and it is this that I along with the rest of the board will hope to deliver in MUNmö 2018."
"Hello! My name is Seréna Jessica Nilsson and I will be the Secretary General of the 2018 conference. I am a former peace and conflict student at Malmö University and right now I am doing my master in Middle Eastern studies at Lund University. I am very interested in politics and sports as a former athlete. I am looking forward to being the Secretary General of this conference and I am looking forward to seeing how the participants will turn this conference into one of the best MUNmö's with an interesting theme and committees."
Deputy Secretary General
"I am a 24 year-old graduate in Curating from the Ruhrarea in Germany with a BA in History and African Studies at Cologne. My MUN career began while studying abroad in Helsinki, where I attended my first few conferences for FinMun. I stumbled across MUNmö 2015 and have returned for each MUNmö since, first as delegate in the SC, then as chair. MUNing became a passion leading me to attend conferences all over Europe. I have returned home this year and spend much my time either volunteering with different cultural,social and political organisations or travelling for MUNs in Southern Europe.I cant wait to reveal what we have planned for you this year from new committees like UNESCO and UN Women to challenging crisis."
Human Resources Manager
"Although I moved from the United States only a year ago, I am so happy to call Malmö my home! Before I moved, I was obtaining my Bachelor's in Physics at the University of California, Davis. Currently, I am obtaining a Bachelor's in International Relations at Malmö University where my interests lean toward global political economy and development. The most important part of my role in MUNmö 2018 is to make sure all of the delegates are happy and have all of their needs met. Do not hesitate to e-mail me your questions. I am looking forward to meeting you all!"
Ebru 'Rose' Calin
Hej, Hej! My name is Ebru (feel free to contact me as Rose - trust me, it is much easier) and I am happy to call myself Communications Manager of MUNmö. I am a former foreign language teacher from Germany and moved to Sweden recently. Currently I am a MA student of International Migration and Ethnic Relations at Malmö University. I can say teaching has taught me a great deal about myself. Being surrounded by students, including refugees and labor migrants, from all over the world inspired me to dedicate myself to migration studies and global politics. My main fields of interest are concerned with gender studies, human rights, and the study of ethnic minorities. Participating as a delegate for Women's Rights in Brazil at MiniMUNmö motivated me to commit even further to MUNmö as Communications Manager. Above all, I am grateful I get to work in a very diverse team. My priorities include keeping our social platforms up to date with all of our activities and ensuring that each delegate feels valued.
I am looking forward to see you all rise & grow!
"Hello, my name is Laura and I am very excited to be part of MUNmö 2018! I study master program at Development Studies at Lund University and I am interested in women rights, climate change and how international organization work in general. Volunteering has been always a big part of my free time and for someone who loves to be organized, communicate and work in a team, the logistics department is a great place to be. I am very happy to work in such a creative and fun environment and looking forward to upcoming activities. "
Tomas Wörlund Rylenius
"Tomas Vörlund Rylenius, from the north of Sweden doing a bachelor's degree in International relations at Malmö university. I joined the MunMö board for the opportunity to help out with this big a conference and get the very valuable insight in the workings of the UN."