Carly Lindsay is a sophomore in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Political Science and Economics. She is from Naples, Florida and competed in Model UN throughout high school. Carly was the co-chair for National Crime Syndicate at EagleMUNC VI prior to her position as Director. Outside of EagleMUNC, Carly serves as the Publicity Editor for BC's political science journal Colloquium and volunteers with 4Boston.
Committees: Flint Michigan Water Crisis: City Council, Human Rights Campaign
Beck Pulis is a senior from Denver, Colorado majoring in Political Science and Economics with a minor in Arabic at Boston College. Beck previously served as the Chair for UNHCR in EagleMUNC V and was a Deputy in Political Affairs in EagleMUNC VI. Beck is also a tour guide and panelist for the admissions program at BC. In his free time, Beck enjoys traveling, knitting, skiing, boxing, and bantering.
Committees: Cuba: The Special Period 1990s, Ad-Hoc
Sofia Marino is a sophomore in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Film Studies and Faith, Peace, and Justice. She was born in Miami, Florida but has strong roots in Colombia and Palestine. Before holding the director role, Sofia was a sims staffer for the OPEC committee in EagleMUNC VI. On her free time, Sofia enjoys playing tennis and doing yoga. Her hobbies include watching Netflix documentaries and traveling around the world. If you want to catch her interest, talk to Sofia about gender equality in the modern world and politics in the Middle East.
Committees: UNSC, Presidential Cabinet of Chile 1970-1973, NAACP
Ashley Stauber is a junior in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences studying Psychology and Political Science. She is from Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, where she started Model UN during her junior year of high school. In EagleMUNC V, she was a co-chair for the Mexican-American War Committee and chaired the Anasazi Tribal Council Committee during EagleMUNC VI. Outside of Model UN, she loves to run long distance with WeRunBC and is a BC Full Swing Choreographer, a UGBC senator, a Pilates Sculpt Group Fitness Instructor and a staff writer for The Heights.
Meaghan Wallace is a sophomore biology major in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, with a minor in Journalism. She is from Wilmington, Delaware, where she was the president for two years of her high school Model UN club. Outside of Model UN, Meaghan enjoys reading, writing, and playing piano and percussion for the BC Marching Band. In EagleMUNC VI, Meaghan was a planted staff member who posed as a delegate in the Anasazi Committee until the midnight crisis, when she was revealed as a secret cult member.
Committees: The Republic of Pirates, Time Capsule
Christiane Paulhus is a sophomore in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Political Science with a minor in International Studies. She is from Florida and has participated in Model UN since her freshman year of High School. In EagleMUNC, Christiane was a co-chair for the Venezuelan National Assembly in EagleMUNC VI and is looking forward to holding the director role of the UN Commission on the Status of Women and the African Union in EagleMUNC VII. Outside of Model UN, Christiane enjoys getting involved in politics through school clubs as well as local campaigns.
Committees: UN Commission on the Status of Women, African Union
Julia Canzano is a sophomore from Cape Coral, Florida studying Political Science and History. She has participated in Model UN all four years of high school and last year was the Co-Chair of the UN Security Council. Outside of MUN, she can be found running, swing dancing, or telling stories in Word of Mouth.
Committees: Paris Peace Conference 1919, Safavid Iran 1524
Jenna Santos is a sophomore, majoring in Biology with a minor in Medical Humanities. Jenna is from Melrose, MA, and started her model UN career as a freshman in high school. This will be Jenna's 6th EagleMUNC! She was a delegate in EagleMUNC II-V, and the Co-Chair of Sons of Liberty in EagleMUNC VI. Outside of MUN, Jenna is a co-president of Women In Science, loves watching inspirational TEDTalks and enjoys kayaking.
Committees: United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, World Food Program, Qing Dynasty
Maggie Donovan is a sophomore in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences majoring in History with a minor in American Studies. She is from Westchester, New York. She joined Model UN in her freshman year and was a staffer for the International Court of Justice and DISEC committees. Besides being a director for EagleMUNC, Maggie is the Deputy of Outreach for EGLI and involved in BCMUN. She is a major supporter of Chicago style citations, can quote every line of the Princess Bride, and her spirit fruit is a peach.
Committees: Hawaiian Islands 1819: Survival of The Royal Kingdom, Roman Senate