Pax Romana: The Liberators' Civil War
Welcome to UCBMUN XXIII delegates! My name is Ananya Sreekanth and I have the honor of chairing the Pax Romana committee. A little about myself, I was born in Hong Kong and have lived in Singapore, India and Saudi Arabia and am a senior majoring in Political Economy and minoring in Public Policy. This is my fourth and final year in MUN as well as my second time serving as Head Chair for a committee. I chaired the Teutonic Knights committee at UCBMUN XXI and served as USG of Crisis committees at last year’s UCBMUN conference. MUN has been a transformative and important part of my college experience, giving me the opportunity to meet so many different people all over the nation with similar passions in international relations and policy. Outside of MUN I work at the Berkeley Human Rights Center, write for the Daily Californian and am always looking for new vegetarian recipes to try out! I am very excited to be chairing and hope delegates are looking forward to UCBMUN XXIII!
Welcome to UCBMUN XXIII! My name is John Perkins and I have the utmost honor of directing your crisis for the Pax Romana committee. I am a junior at UC Berkeley and I am currently studying Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations. MUN holds a special place in my heart and has made a significant impact in my collegiate career. This is my third-year partaking in MUN, but my first time as a Crisis Director. I have chaired three crisis committees before directing, so I am extremely delighted to be heading the backroom staff. I am looking forward to seeing your intricate crisis notes that both influence the direction of the crisis and debate within the room. Navigating through this committee should be challenging, but the fall of Julius Caesar should pose an abundance of opportunities for individual success. When I am not doing MUN or attending class, I enjoy watching sports, snowboarding, and scuba diving!
I hope you all are as excited as me and I am eager to see you all at UCBMUN XXIII!