Garrett Byrne - The Kalmar Union / 1497 Triple Joint Crisis
Matthew Barad - The Anasazi in Crisis and The Papal Conclave of 1534
David Keene - The Sons of Liberty, Chinese Land Reform 1950, and 1930's Criminal Syndicate
Isabella Dow - ISU, and UNSC
Piper McGavin - The Venezuelan National Assembly, OPEC, and UNICEF
Cameron Pott and Nick Ryan - The ICJ and DISEC
Fransisco Ruela - The Ad-Hoc and WHO
Garrett Byrne is a sophomore in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, double majoring in Economics and Political Science. He is from Manhasset, New York and has been involved in Model UN since his sophomore year of high school. At EagleMUNC V, Garrett was a simulations staffer for the Ad-Hoc Committees, Genghis Khan and Lobby Corps. Outside of EagleMUNC, Garrett is involved with BCMUN, Full Swing, and self-destructive procrastination.
Matthew Barad is a junior currently studying English and Political Science at Boston College. As a Colorado native with extensive public policy and activism experience, he is excited to direct the papal conclave and Anasazi committees this year!
David Keene is a sophomore in the Carroll School of Management where he is double majoring in Marketing and Finance. He is from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida but would like to believe that he is actually a Bostonian. David started his Model United Nations career in his sophomore year of high school where he attended three conferences and co-created his high schools very own MUN conference. Last year he served as a simulations staffer in the FIFA Executive Committee and the International Atomic Energy Agency. Outside of MUN, David enjoys watching all Boston sports teams and is a member of the Boston College Men's Ultimate Frisbee team.
Isabella attends the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, graduating in May 2018 with degrees in English and Psychology. She is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and joined Model UN as a simulations staffer at EagleMUNC IV. She was the co-chair of the FIFA committee at EagleMUNC V, before becoming director of the UN Security Council and International Skating Union for EagleMUNC VI. Isabella started figure skating at age four, and has over 15 years of experience competing, coaching, and judging the sport. Outside of Model UN, Isabella writes for the Arts and Review section of The Heights.
Piper McGavin is a sophomore in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in International Studies with a minor in French. She is from Toronto, Canada and participated in Model UN throughout her years in high school. In EagleMUNC Piper was a co-chair for the British House of Commons committee last year before holding the director role. Outside of Model UN Piper is an executive member of the Bellarmine Undergraduate Law Society and enjoys watching How I Met Your Mother and having debates about why Canada is the best.
Cameron Pott is a junior at Boston College, majoring in International Studies with a minor in Hispanic Studies. He is originally from Philadelphia and is a massive Philly sports fan. During the spring semester, he will be studying in Madrid, so he unfortunately will be missing the conference, but is excited to hear about the incredible crises events and debates from his colleagues.
Nick Ryan is a sophomore studying Finance and Computer Science at Boston College, with plans to study in Milan next year. He's from New Jersey and is a huge New York sports fan. In EagleMUNC V, he worked on the Wall Street, FOMC, and IMF committees as a staffer. Outside of EagleMUNC, he likes to develop apps and he and his friends hope to start a business before graduating college.
Francisco Ruela is the director of Ad-Hoc and the World Health Organization. He is a senior at Boston College and is majoring in economics and mathematics. Last summer he was a summer analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and will be returning as a full time research analyst. Francisco served as the Director of the first Ad-Hoc for EagleMUNC IV and Deputy Under Secretary general of the 40 Hour Simulation for EagleMUNC V.