United Nations Development Programme
Greetings delegates! My name is Christine Lan, a junior from Pacific American School. It is my utmost honor to serve as the President of UNDP. Starting like everyone else, my first conference was flooded with worries and regrets. Nevertheless, the negative emotions did not stop me from growing interest in MUN. On the podium, I felt confident, passionate, and eager to share my speeches. MUN is where I find my true self and passion, and I hope the same will be gained by all delegates after this STMUN. Aside from MUN, my other hobbies include watching Kpop videos, reading, listening to music, and playing the flute. At last, I wish all delegates an incredible and bold weekend in STMUN!
I’m Allyn Wang, a sophomore at Dominican International School (DIS), and it is my greatest pleasure to serve as your Deputy President of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) this year. I joined MUN in 8th grade, and have been actively participating as a delegate ever since. STMUN XIII was the first conference that I attended, and I am honored to be able to have my first chairing experience at STMUN XV. MUN has allowed me to learn from and connect with adept delegates from different cultures. Ever since my first conference, I was fascinated by the proficient delegates in the committee room, which inspired me to learn more about MUN as well as the emerging issues in society. I hope that this conference will be a fun experience for everyone and full of engaging debates. Please feel free to approach me if you have any questions. I would be very happy to assist you!
I’m so excited to see you all in December!!