Anthony is a fourth-year student studying Political Science. Originally from Windsor, Ontario, Anthony moved to Ottawa to study politics in Canada’s political heartland. Having travelled across the world and lived in Asia for several years, Anthony has a great passion for international affairs.
Anthony loves the competition and debate found in Model United Nations. Anthony has previously served as the Vice President, Finance and Training Director.
Vice President, Finance
Joshua is a 4th year Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering student. Born and raised in Ottawa, Josh has always had many interests, whether it be math, sciences, politics, economics or history. He has had an interest in geopolitics and international relations since early high school and was able to finally make use of this interest within the United Nations Society. His favourite type of committee is crisis, especially chaotic crisis where he can make wild and crazy crisis arcs.
Vice President, Communications
Grace is a second year Communications and Media Studies student. A long-standing interest in the intersection of media, politics, and international affairs drove her to move from her hometown of Banff, Alberta to Ottawa where she hopes to further study risk and crisis communication. Though Model UN wasn’t something Grace did before university, she’s grown to deeply enjoy everything from the committees to the community and hopes to continue with it throughout her undergraduate career.
In her spare time, Grace can be found writing, hanging out with her dog Cleo, and subjecting the public to her slightly better than mediocre singing at karaoke nights.
Director of Training
Patrick is a fourth year Criminology student, concentrating in Psychology with a minor in Political Science. After his three year involvement in the UN Society and discovering his love of strategic foreign affairs policy, Patrick will be working hard to hopefully be accepted in European University where he can study a masters in Geopolitics.
Outside of class and committee, Patrick enjoys the outdoors; going on week-long hikes with friends and waking up before the sun for early workouts and walks with the family dog, Doug.
Director of Events
Patrick is a second-year Public Affairs and Policy Management student specializing in Communication Technologies and Regulation. Born and raised in Lanark County, he is thrilled to live and learn in the heart of Canadian politics, where he can develop his love for geopolitics and governance.
When he is not in class or cramming in papers, Patrick can be found jam-seshing, afternoon napping, or binging history/true crime podcasts.