Ana & Jaqueline
Ana is a medical student in her sixth and final year. She comes from the Spanish university town of Salamanca, and got irremediably tangled up in the MUN world through her home conference MUNUSAL. Given her past experiences, she might or might not be considering “MUNing and its dangerous and addictive effects on human health”as a topic for her bachelor thesis.
She really enjoys the press team, and was Editor-in-Chief in the last edition of BIMUN/SINUB, but she has always expressed a clear and unabashed favoritism for one of the usual MUN committees: the mighty Security Council. She is absolutely thrilled to be chairing it for the first time, and hopes that all her delegates will have as much fun in it as she always does.
Ana gets overly excited whenever she hears a Spanish party song in a foreign country, will ask to pet any cute dog she meets on the street, and is split between dancing the night away or sitting down in a quiet corner and getting to know people better. Third time’s the charm, so she hopes she will actually be able to visit the Haribo store while in Bonn this year.
Jaqueline is political science and psychology student from Bonn. Starting her MUN career in high school she took part in her first BIMUN/SINUB conference in 2016 and fell in love with the conference, the association and the world of university MUN. Ever since she has taken part in many MUNs as delegate, chair and part of the excom. She is very excited to join the Secretariat of her home MUN.
In the little time she does not spend involved in MUNs you can probably find Jaqueline in the kitchen as she loves to bake but as she is not much of a cake eater herself she is always more than happy to share with her (MUN) friends. But you might as well find her sitting snuggled on her couch with a book or singing and dancing around in her apartment.
Jaqueline is already counting days till BIMUN/SINUB 2018 will finally kick of as she is sure it will be yet another amazing experience for everyone!