At the Conference

Welcome to the NMUN•DC 2019 Conference

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Keynote Speakers

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Ambassador Reuben E.  Brigety II
Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II
Dean, Elliott School of International Affairs Former Representative of the U.S. to the African Union and Permanent Representative of the U.S. to the UN Economic Commission for Africa
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Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II most recently served as the appointed Representative of the United States of America to the African Union and Permanent Representative of the United States to the UN Economic Commission for Africa on September 3, 2013. Prior to this appointment, Ambassador Brigety served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of African Affairs from November 14, 2011 until September 3, 2013 with responsibility for Southern African and Regional Security Affairs.

From December 2009 to November 2011, he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration. In this capacity, he supervised U.S. refugee programs in Africa, managed U.S. humanitarian diplomacy with major international partners, and oversaw the development of international migration policy.

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Ambassador Brigety previously served as Director of the Sustainable Security Program at the Center for American Progress from January 2008 to November 2009 and as a Special Assistant in the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance at the U.S. Agency for International Development from January 2007 to January 2008. From November 2008 to January 2009, he also served as a senior advisor for Development and Security to the U.S. Central Command Assessment Team in Washington and in Doha, Qatar.

Source: https://elliott.gwu.edu/reuben-brigety

Expert Briefing Panel
Arlington Ballroom
Friday 4-5 pm

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Faculty Seminar 
The Model UN Fundraising Challenge 

Faculty, Guests, and Head Delegates not assigned to a committee are encouraged to attend.

Sunday, 10 November at 9:30 am
Lobby Level, Rosslyn


Join us for this workshop, led by Florida Atlantic University Professor Jeffrey Morton. It will focus on the challenges that faculty face raising adequate funds to support their Model UN programs. Professor Morton will outline the seven fundraising principles that he has found most effective and invite participants to share their own experiences and suggestions for all to consider. 

Jeffrey S. Morton is a Professor of International Law at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and a Fellow at the Foreign Policy Association. Jeffrey completed his graduate studies at Rutgers University (M.A.) and the University of South Carolina (Ph.D.). At FAU he directs the Leon Charney Diplomacy Program, which participates annually in NMUN•DC & NMUN•NY.

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