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Ad-Hoc of The Secretary General

The Ad Hoc Committee of ALMUN XVI promises to create a competitive and challenging environment for delegates by emphasizing the development of unique solutions, quick strategy plans, and creative crisis arcs. The committee topic will remain confidential until the day before the conference, though hints will be featured on the ALMUN social media. Delegates will have a Q&A period during the first session, and be expected to move into debate. We hope to challenge some of the best delegates to debate unique crises and remind delegates they should be prepared for anything!

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Crisis Director
Crystal Nichols

Crystal is a member of the class of 2024 pursuing a major in Interior Design, with a minor in International Relations, and completing a graduate degree in the CREATE Path to MBA Program. She is from Montgomery, Alabama and has been involved with Model UN since high school, staffed ALMUN along with staffing AIRMUNC. Aside from ALMUN, Crystal actively serves as Head Delegate for AIRC's Model UN Team, volunteers with the service and leadership organization Bridge Builders of Alabama, and plans events for UA’s student body as an Event Programmer. Outside of school, Crystal can be found reading fantasy novels, watching video game play-throughs, or listening to musical soundtracks. She is excited to see delegates this spring and is thrilled to serve as your Ad-Hoc Crisis Director for ALMUN XVI!


Madison Emerick

Madison Emerick is a member of the class of 2024 at the University of Alabama majoring in Psychology and History with a minor in Spanish. She is involved in multiple organizations on campus such as CHAARG, a women’s fitness organization, Tide Against Suicide, and, of course, the Alabama International Relations Club, or AIRC. When Madison is not studying, she also participates as a Vice Head Delegate of our collegiate MUN team and previously served as the Ad Hoc Crisis Director for AIRMUNC IV!

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