Meet Our Committee Chairs!

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Yemen Civil War

Chairs

My name is Ashley Nunes and I am a senior at The Woodstock Academy. I have been involved in Model UN for two years now and currently I am a head delegate of the program at our school. This is my first year being a part of WAMUNC and and I will be co-chairing the committee on Yemen. I dance six days a week and in the summer, I volunteer at Day Kimball Hospital. Apart from dancing, volunteering and Model UN, my favorite subjects in school are History and Math. In the future, I hope to learn more about conflicts of culture, specifically in the Middle East.

My name is Riley Chapuis and I am a senior at the Woodstock Academy. I play lacrosse in the Spring and I am the co-president of the National Chinese Honor Society at our school. My favorite classes include International Relations, Calculus, and Mandarin. In free time, I enjoy doing music production, playing piano, and reading. I participated in the MUN Club at Woodstock Academy for the first two years of my highschool experience and attended WAMUNC as both a freshman and sophomore. This is my first year helping run the conference and I will work to make sure you all enjoy WAMUNC as much as I did!

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Importance of Vaccines

Chairs

My name is Sydney Cournoyer and I am a senior at Woodstock Academy. This is my first year being a part of WAMUNC and I will be co-chairing a committee on vaccinations. All year round I play club ice hockey. Aside from playing hockey and participating in Model UN, I also volunteer at Day Kimball Hospital as a Junior Volunteer and serve on the executive board. In addition, I volunteer as a hockey coach for children at Griffin Youth Hockey. In the future, I hope to further my knowledge in international relations.

Hello, my name is Emily McClure, and I am a senior at the Woodstock Academy. This is my first year being a part of WAMUNC and I will be co-chairing the committee the World Health Organization about the importance of vaccines. During the year, I spend most of my time doing competitive irish step dancing, and in the summer I vacation in Long Island and work at an engineering company. Apart from dancing and working, my favorite subjects are English and History. In the future, I hope to go to a big college and study abroad.

2002 United States Cabinet

Chairs

My name is Gabriella Garbutt and I am a senior at the Woodstock Academy. I am excited to be apart of WAMUNC for my first year and will be chairing the committee on President Bush's cabinets response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. I enjoy playing volleyball in the fall, unified basketball in the Winter, and tennis in the Spring. On top of Model UN, and other after school activities I love to learn about history, and government and politics in school. In the future, I hope my to further my knowledge in history, and work with people with disabilities. 

Hello, I’m Isabella Miller, and I will be your co-chair for the 2002 United States Cabinet this year. I’m currently a junior at the Woodstock Academy, and have been participating in conferences for about three years. After school, I use my free time to volunteer at the Woodstock Middle School, assisting with their public speaking program. Along with Model UN, I am also a member of our theatre and music departments. I’m excited to see everyone’s possible solutions, and hope that everyone enjoys this conference as much as I will.

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Nuclear Disarmament

Chairs

Bio My name is Katie Ben and I am a senior at The Woodstock Academy and this is my first year being apart of WAMUNC and I will be chairing the nuclear disarmament committee. Not only am I apart of Model UN I also have involved myself greatly with the music department at school. I am apart of choir and the spring school musicals. I also enjoy my history classes at school as it’s my favorite subject. Outside of school I love to sing and hangout with my friends and family. 

My name is Clayton Singleton, and I am a senior at the Woodstock Academy. This is my first year being a part of WAMUNC, and I will be chairing the committee on nuclear disarmament. Outside of MUN, I am an active member in my school’s music program. I have been in three musicals and have recently joined the elite hill singer’s choir. Along with that, I currently serve as my grades President. Music, attention, and authority are some of my favorite things! I look forward to expanding my MUN skills throughout my remaining years at the Woodstock Academy.

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