Meet the members of the 2019 RIMUN Executive Team!
Our SG, Katia, is a second year student in the Euro-American Programme at Sciences Po.
French and Spanish, Katia has grown up in an international setting between France, the US and the UAE.
A MUN delegate throughout high school, Katia has gained a passion for debating and the international world of diplomacy.
She considers RIMUN to be a phenomenal experience during which students can gain great insight into the world of international affairs and geopolitics, and looks forward to making its 2020 edition the best one yet
President & Secretary General
Bianca Garvin is a second year student in the Euro-American Programme at Sciences Po.
Born to Finnish and Danish parents, Bianca grew up by the Mediterranean, surrounded by a cosmopolitan environment.
She developed a passion for debate and international affairs during her first MUN at age 13 and has since pursued a 16-conference long MUN career, culminating in of RIMUN!
She is looking forwarding to spreading her love of MUN to new delegates and making the conference unforgettable!
Vice-President & Head of Communications
Valentin is a second year student in the Euro-American Programme at Sciences Po.
Despite a 100% French childhood, Valentin has participated in several MUNs through high school as a delegate and an organiser.
In RIMUN’s organisation, the slightest detail is never left unnoticed by our treasurer. For maximum delegate satisfaction, be it from the opening to the closing ceremony without forgetting the gala, nothing is left to chance!
Treasurer & Head of Logistics
Lorelei Vaisse is a second year student in the Euro-American Programme at Sciences Po.
Lorelei was born and raised in San Francisco to two French parents. She assisted in the creation of her high school's Model United Nations team during her sophomore year. Starting thereafter, she attended numerous conferences across the country from Boston to Silicon Valley. She loves MUN primarily because of the students she was able to meet at these conferences, who came with diverse perspectives for how to keep up with our changing society. She also enjoys researching countries before speaking on their behalf in committees of varying topics.
Besides MUN, Lorelei is taking advantage of Sciences Po to study new languages and travel around Europe with friends.