Kornélia is the operative leader of the conference and the Operative branch. Her task is to oversee all processes and the system as a whole working together closely with her Deputy regarding that. She is also responsible for the conference budget and the venues. She has been organising events since her childhood and has recently graduated from International Relations BA. She is a passionate EU lover and a concert and festival fanatic. She likes to watch Buzzfeed, Say Yes to the Dress and animal videos in her free time.
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Gergő as the Secretary-General is the professional leader of the conference and the Professional Branch. His task is to oversee the establishment of the conference’s framework, its filling with professional content, the human resources management of the Organising Team and communication, let it be inner or outer. Gergő is currently studying International Security and Defense Studies at the University of Public Service in Hungary. As this is his final year of his MSc, he will most probably also end his years of MUN, and he really wanted to honour his last chance of serving his student organisation and conference.
His hobbies, quite obviously include MUN but what he could earn from it was mostly the everlasting friendships and experience. Besides that he likes sports (playing, strictly not watching), has a passion for music that most people would most probably not like and diving deep into emotionally and mentally heavy movies. He would like to continue his career in the field of euro-atlantic defense cooperation in the long run.
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Gábor as the Deputy Conference Manager is the right hand of the Conference Manager, helping along the way with the coordination and management of the Operative Branch. Besides, he is also responsible for sponsorship affairs. This is his third year organizing the conference, after two years spent in the PR team.
Gábor is a political science student at the Eötvös Lóránd University, especially passionate about American politics, a football fanatic and guitarist. He is a proud member of the Internet Generation, having extensive knowledge about the fresh new meme trends at all times.
As the essential role as a deputy, the DSG has a wide understanding of events and shall be able to take the place of the Secretary-General in cases that he may not be able to fulfill his tasks. As a team leader, Soma is responsible for the work of the System behind Munapest 2019. Throughout the preparation period, he is ought to take care of the proper arrangement of how the Crisis Team, the Press Corps, the G20 and the Diplomatic Corps (CD) will make interconnectivity work smoothly. During the conference, he will be responsible for coordinating the cooperation and communication of participants and organisers through the supervision of the Crisis Team, the Press Corps, and the Diplomatic Corps (CD).
In his freetime Soma likes playing football and squash and is a fan of various multiplayer and boardgames. He studies Economic Analyst with a specialization in monetary policy at Corvinus University of Budapest. But the most important thing to know about Soma is, that he is kinda a huge Star Wars nerd.
Throughout the years, PGAs have always enjoyed a highly respective role being Secretariat member and chairing the General Assembly. Kornél as the President of the General Assembly this year is, however, responsible for more than chairing the General Assembly and helping to enhance the Rules of Procedure. This year, we have established a mentoring and teaching period to prepare the Presidents of Chambers to deliver their duties according to Munapest standards. For this, Kornél is considered the President of Presidents, or a doyen, representing a link between the Secretariat and the professional team.
As a law student, he has learnt how to stick to the rules and norms of international diplomacy, therefore during the conference he will oversee that the participants act according to the Rules of Procedure. Since Kornél is the President of Presidents, this year he has to give up on his tradition of not wearing a tie at the General Assembly. Besides not wearing a tie, his hobby is playing tennis.
Ágnes with her team is responsible for all administrative issues regarding the applicants and participants. It is their job to communicate with the applicants and later the participants regarding all issues in close coordination with the professional branch. She will also be the head of the staff team during the conference.
Ágnes is currently in her third year of International Relations studies, and planning on becoming a law student next year. She loves designing, horse riding and petting dogs whenever they pass her by.
The Event Coordination team is responsible for the city tour, the team-building night, the Committee dinner, the Diplomats’ soiree, the Multicultural night and the Farewell party. Evelin as the Head of Event Coordination leads her team and distributes tasks evenly, coordinates between her team and the Secretariat.
Evelin is currently studying in Singapore as an exchange student. In her free time, she and her friends from all over the world are exploring Southeast Asia. She loves happy things: warm blankets in the winter, sea salt in her hair, her little doggo smiling, sore muscles, big laughs, and Munapest.
The role of Nikolett as the Head of Public Relations is to coordinate the promotion of Munapest on social media platforms and towards universities and other MUN societies. With her team, she is responsible for creating the conference materials such as placards, signs, guides, flyers, bags.
Nikolett has been involved in PR activities for 3 years and besides designing online materials she is keen on taking portrait photos. She loves running long distances, creating pieces of jewellery and enjoying conversations with her friends while drinking coffee or a glass of wine.
Until Munapest the Photography team only consists of the Head and team members will be recruited with Staff a few weeks prior to the conference. Máté as the Head of Photography leads his team and prepares them for the busy days of the conference. He is a member of the Management of Munapest 2019 and the photographer of the organising team during the year.
Máté started his photography work in 2012 when he got his first DSLR camera. Originally he is an airplane photographer but he is also interested in landscapes and people of course. He currently studies at Corvinus University of Budapest, the venue of Munapest, and in his freetime he tries to develop as a photographer and is interested in aviation too. Everything which is related to flying is a sweet spot for him. Máté’s big dream is to become a commercial pilot, so as a start, he made his glider pilot licence in 2016.
The Head of Crisis position is a complex role that includes both the positions of Head of Press and Head of Crisis from previous years. This initiative gives the Head a unique opportunity to synchronise the efforts of these two bodies, as well as to enhance the interconnectivity system. Under Balázs, in the Team there will be a Crisis and a Press Officer with the Head’s tasks divided between them according to which body of the team they would be assigned to.
Balázs is currently doing his masters in International Relations at Corvinus University of Budapest. He is a motivated student pursuing his goal to improve his knowledge in the field of International Relations and Human Rights as much as he can in every way possible.
The Director of the General Assembly position was implemented during Munapest 2018 with a Crisis Team member having been asked to carry out the tasks of a director of a chamber.
During Munapest 2019 the main activities and responsibilities of this position will be broader. Dorina as the Director of the General Assembly is entrusted with the preparation of all Presidents to be able to carry out their tasks related to directing, and she is the one who supervises the Presidents’ daily work of proceeding with their individual topic establishments.
Dorina is an Alumni member one of the organiser associations, IDSA, through which she first met with the concept of MUN. Since then, she has always been an enthusiast of MUNs. Dorina has been chairing the Security Council most of the time, though she has participated in many conferences as a delegate before. MUN conferences made her realise her profound interest in diplomacy, debating and negotiations. She also has a passion for foreign languages, cultures and travelling.