Ad–Hoc Committee of the Secretary–General

The year is 1969 and there is a serial killer loose in the San Francisco Bay Area, admitting to his crimes through menacing communications with the police and the press. Today, the self–described 'Zodiac Killer' is known as one of the most infamous unidentified criminals in the United States with internet sleuths and the FBI alike still investigating the case. Delegates in Ad–Hoc will be thrown into the height of this bizarre true crime saga and expected to manage the public's concerns, jurisdictional conflict among police departments, decide what to do with the taunting letters received by the press, and keep the Zodiac from striking again. As a special Task Force composed of citizens and officials from across the Bay Area, this committee will have a broad impact on the region as a whole. Will the Zodiac finally be unmasked? Or will delegates buckle to public scrutiny?


Phanisri Tummala

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Chair

Welcome delegates! My name is Phanisri Tummala, and I am ecstatic to be your Chair for the Ad–Hoc committee. I am a senior who is majoring in Biochemistry and minoring in Public Policy. I joined UCBMUN during my freshman year and have traveled extensively on the collegiate circuit ever since; I served as UCBMUN's Generalized Head Delegate last year and am currently serving as the President. Outside of MUN, I enjoy researching biochemical pathways in the Park Lab, mentoring local middle school children through Project SMILE, exploring new food places, and listening to Taylor Swift music! I am truly looking forward to hearing your creative ideas and passionate debates in front room.

Best,
Phanisri Tummala
Chair, Ad–Hoc Committee of the Secretary–General

Anthony Jorge

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Crisis Director

Welcome, delegates! My name is Anthony Jorge, a junior studying Public Health, and I will be serving as the Crisis Director for Ad–Hoc this year. I joined UCBMUN during my first semester at Cal and have been passionate about crisis committees ever since. Also, I am currently serving as UCBMUN's Crisis Head Delegate. When I'm not competing or staffing in MUN committees, you can find me engaging in discourse on public transportation, the intricacies of Twilight lore, and health policy. I'm excited to see all of your creativity, uniqueness, nerve, and talent throughout the course of this committee!

Best,
Anthony Jorge
Crisis Director, Ad–Hoc Committee of the Secretary–General