Each delegate must submit a position paper in order to be eligible for committee awards. Delegates must submit a minimum one page background on press in their respective countries. Focus on the history of government involvement in the press and the most popular forms of media (television, print, internet. Position papers may be submitted to the Director General at firstname.lastname@example.org. Delegates may also bring their position papers to their first committee session.
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Chair - Kylie Donnelly
Kylie is a senior from Memphis, TN. She is majoring in Criminal Justice and Psychology, and this is her fourth ALMUN! She has participated in high school and collegiate model united nations, and she is excited for her final ALMUN to be the best. Outside of her time planning crises and working on her chairing skills, Kylie works in the residence halls here on campus, as well as two psychology labs. She is excited to see what this new committee has in store
Co-Chair - Casey Delker
Casey is a freshman from Montgomery, AL double majoring in Marketing and International Studies with a Chinese minor. She was involved with Model United Nations in high school. This will be her first time being involved with ALMUN and her first time co-chairing at a conference. She is excited for productive committee sessions and a successful ALMUN 2013!