Sarah Geiger (22) is currently a fifth year student in Law at LMU Munich. Within her studies she spent three semesters in Paris, where she completed the French bachelor’s degree and started a Master’s degree in public law.
Passionate about Human Rights and international politics, Sarah has already participated in several MUN conferences throughout Europe. Also, she worked as an intern within, inter alia, the French League for Human Rights and the Bavarian state criminal office.
Sarah is a language enthusiast and speaks German, French and English fluently as well as some Spanish and is currently learning Arabic. Constantly searching for new challenges, she is thrilled to make IsarMUN ’17 the best experience ever for her delegates.
Dominik Schwab (23) grew up in Munich where he is currently studying law at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität. He is also a trained pianist, holding a Bachelor’s degree in Music from the Conservatory of Trento, Italy of 2015. Apart from his studies he works at the Faculty of Common Law and Legal Philosophy at LMU and as a freelance piano teacher.
Maintaining an avid interest for European and international politics since practically forever, Dominik joined MUNAM in 2016 to get in touch with like-minded people from an interdisciplinary context. In short time, he has become hopelessly addicted to MUNs, having participated in IsarMUN 2016, Harvard WorldMUN 2017 (Montreal) and EuroMUN 2017 (Maastricht). Apart from adding to his still scarce record as a delegate, Dominik is curious to eventually gain experience as part of the dais.
As a member of the IsarMUN 2017 Secretariat he is committed to contributing to a vivid and professional conference for delegates and organizers alike.
Sebastian Eppelt(21) has to major passions that start with the letter P – Physics and Politics. Thus he decided to join MUNAM’s delegation at the end of the first year of his undergraduate studies at the Ludwig-Maximilans-Universität. Having served as both a delegate at three conferences and Faculty Advisor at WorldMUN in Montreal, MUNs have become an integral part of Sebastian‘s life.
Besides, Sebastian used to work as a caregiver for physically disabled people for three year until moved to Vancouver, Canada for an internship at the Particle Physics Laboratory TRIUMF and an exchange term at the University of British Columbia. Hardly being back from his time abroad he already dug deep into his new projects: writing his Bachelor thesis and making IsarMUN 2017 the conference we all hope for.
Under-Secretary-General for Social Events
Susanne Albert (20) was born in 1996 and spent most of her childhood in Landshut, Lower Bavaria. After her graduation in 2015 she moved to Munich to study psychology at Ludwig-Maximilians-University. Her voluntary work in an Tanzanian orphanage was shaping in many ways and further encouragement to pursue her academic course while her trainee student job at Telefonica Germany offers Susanne an insight look in a global company.
Due to her interest in politics she joined MUNAM’s 2016/17 delegation and has participated in several MUNs since then. Furthermore, she is eager to gain first experiences as a chair in the near future. Yet for now Susanne is a member of the IsarMUN 2017 Secretariat and is enthusiastically looking forward to the challenge of my making this conference an enriching and fruitful experience for everyone.
Under-Secretary-General for Academic Services
Erdoğan Ata Gezen (20) is studying Economics at LMU Munich. Ata has been involved with MUN since 2011 and has ever since enjoyed experiencing different conferences holding different positions. Having IELMUN from Istanbul as his home club, he has been involved with the organization of five past IELMUN Conferences(2012-2016) and will be serving for IELMUN 2017 as Deputy Secretary-General. Apart from MUN, Ata is an alumnus of the European Youth Parliament Turkey and has participated in numerous EYP Sessions. He speaks Turkish, English, German fluently and some Italian. Ata played soccer for many years for a youth setup in Turkey and also for his high school. He is really excited to have a new home conference in Munich and fired up to contribute to take IsarMUN 2017 there, where it belongs.
Under-Secretary-General for Delegate Services
Adriano De Vivo (23) studied Economics in Heidelberg and is currently doing an apprenticeship. Born and raised in Munich he moved to Heidelberg where he started his MUN career, which so far consists of 7 participations either as delegate or chair. During an Internship in Cape Town his interest in interacting with people from various countries and different backgrounds strengthened his main motivation to participate and organize MUNs. Apart from discussing politics he used to play handball (more or less successfully) in his free time and still enjoys watching it, even though it is difficult in this part of Germany. He is looking forward to organize ISARMUN 2017 in his hometown.
Under-Secretary-General for Publicity
Anna-Sophie Weinstein (19) just started her double degree in Law and Near and Middle Eastern studies this winter semester at the LMU Munich. Beforehand she was travelling the world for a year, interning at the Criminal Law Division of the National Court of Justice in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, examining the effects of hyperinflation in Venezuela and backpacking the Middle East, working in refugee camps and in women empowerment. She has also been working on artificial intelligence and other computational projects as a scientific assistant at SciKnowTec for over a year now (currently consulting remotely). Amazed by the MUN concept she has taken part in several conferences in Germany and abroad both as delegate and as chair. She speaks German, English and Portuguese fluently as well as some Arabic, French and Spanish.
Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Logistics
Andreas Reinschmidt (24) studies Political Science at LMU and is about to finish his bachelor. Since this year he is also studying economics at a german distance university. He has spent two years of his young adult life in Latin America, working with a rural tourism organization in Costa Rica and studying anthropology, economics and international relations at UDLAP in Mexico. He has been enthusiastic about MUN conferences for several years now and has participated in several different countries in such. The unique spirit which is created by young people from so many different countries and the opportunity to discuss topics of global importance with other people who care, is every time again a worthwhile, yet challenging experience for him.
Position: Conference Advisor
Aleksandar Ljubomirovic is a 21-year old student who was born in Belgrade, Serbia. After graduating from the German School of Belgrade, he moved to Munich and is currently doing a Bachelor in Political Science as well as Economics. His interest in attending MUNs was awakend one year ago after he participated at his first conference in Belgrade. After that event he has been regularly going to MUNs all over Europe. Up to this point Aleksandar has done eight MUNs as a delegate and this year he had his first experience as chair too. Since 2016 he is a member of MUNAM and a part of the IsarMUN 2016 Secretariat. Aleksandar already worked for the Munich Security Conference where he helped organize the event which took place in February 2016. He also did several internships namely for the Arbeiter-Samariter Bund in Belgrade and the Geneva Centre for the Diplomatic Control of Armed Forces also in Belgrade. Besides that Aleksandar is also a passionate tennis player and likes to travel in his free time.
Position: Conference Advisor
Krasimir Gerdzhikov, 22, studies political science and economics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich. He combines his studies with his interests – politics and political economy. His love for international relation was the reason why he started attending Model United Nations conferences. He believes that his experience both as chair and delegate on many conferences would help him and his team to make IsarMUN a conference to remember. Apart from being a diligent student and dedicated MUN-er, Krasimir works in a firm, where he makes marketing analysis and economic consulting – which he claims to be much more politics related than most people could imagine. His free time he likes to spend at the beaches or in the mountains of his home country – Bulgaria.