Meet the members of the 2020-21 RIMUN Executive Team!
Alessia is a second year student in the Dual BA between Columbia University and the Euro-American Programme of Sciences Po. Growing up in an international setting between Italy, Canada and France, Alessia developed a passion for debate, MUNs and the world of international affairs, which has culminated with her presidency of RIMUN.
With forward-thinking initiative and enthusiastic but well-grounded attitude, she is now leading her formidable team in the preparation of a memorable 10th edition !
President & Secretary General
Matthieu Contamin is a Second year student in the Euro-American Program at Sciences Po.
Coming from Lyon he took part and organized his high school Model United Nations conference. Despite coming from a fully French family, he always had an international education.
Passionate about debating and geopolitics, he hopes he can spread his love of MUNs. Having learned so much thanks to RIMUN, he wishes to offer every delegate the best time possible at the conference.
Treasurer & Head of Logistics
Luc is a second year student in the Euro-American program at Sciences Po.
While his local roots have given him a fine knowledge of the region and enriched him with several international experiences, Luc is now at the head of RIMUN's logistical organization.
At this level, the slightest detail counts. In order to satisfy the delegates as much as possible, from the opening ceremony to the closing ceremony and including an exceptional gala, he leaves nothing to chance and can count on a team of the most perfectionists.
Born to a French mother and a Moroccan father, Nisrine lived in Houston, Texas as a child before settling in Paris. Throughout high school; she participated, organized and chaired MUN conferences around France, Europe, and in the United States.
Nisrine has a passion for speaking, debating, and diplomacy but does not let these hinder her spiritual and energetic ambitions.
Nisrine is beyond excited to welcome delegates to RIMUN, and hopes that the level of debate will impress and engage.