Chairpersons

Mircea Arămescu Secretary-General, Chairperson of the UNHRC Committee

From delegate to chairperson to Secretary-General, Mircea is determined to give all to the conference that started it all for him. Now, almost two years into his MUN journey, Mircea is still seeking out new challenges to try and become the best version of himself while meeting new people and forging valuable connections. With his team by his side, he’s sure that there’s nothing that can’t be done so that the return of IașiMUN in the physical format for its XIIIth edition is crowned with success.

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Francesca Rămășcanu Deputy Secretary-General, Chairperson of the UNSC Committee

Eager to show how ambitious and hard-working she is, Francesca has always been in search of new challenges, especially during her MUN career. After starting this life-changing journey three years ago, she realized that these conferences represent more than she initially thought. Apart from being an opportunity to develop your debate skills, they are the perfect environment to meet extraordinary people who will inspire you to strive to be the best version of yourself. This year, as the Deputy Secretary-General, her goal is to make this edition one that neither she nor the delegates will ever forget.

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Ana-Maria Aronescu Bodnărescu Chairperson of the UNHRC Committee

Bubbly and passionate, Ana has always been a fan of public speaking, with sugar, spice and everything nice and a occasional Chemical X. She will try to drag everyone she can to join her hobbies, interests, and more, and MUN’s just so happen to be up high on that list, alongside literature and biology. A rocker with a deep love for pop culture, she will probably try to gracefully insert jokes whenever possible, to lighten the mood, like a true Chaotic Neutral.

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Petra Rusu Chairperson of the UNHRC Committee

If you’re thinking about talkative, Petra is your person. They’re quite the resourceful kind and always open to conversations about Star Wars and pun contests. As a chair, they are the kind you can ask anything, be it procedure or general advice. Don’t hesitate to talk about The Kinks and Weezer, those are the password to 3 minutes of fangirling and Green Album slander.

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Eugeniu Tănase Chairperson of the WHO Committee

Eugeniu is a sophomore in “Saint Sava” National College that has started his MUN career almost one year ago and since then he has been a delegate and a chair in as many MUNs as possible. He is an individual eager for a spicy debate and a great social experience, especially for this edition of IasiMUN. Now he is excited to be one of our lovely chairs of the World Health Organization where he wishes to help the delegates have one of the best MUN experience of their lives.

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Ana-Maria Bogdănescu Chairperson of the WHO Committee

Ana is an ambitious person, seeking knowledge and experience in various areas of expertise such as politics and arts. After attending MUN conferences, she’s gotten to fell in love with debating and international relations, which she hopes to pursue in the future. As a chairperson, she wants to achieve the best experience possible for both the delegates and herself, therefore seeking the precious fun and wholesome moments sprinkled throughout the exhilarating debates. She is always open for discussing all kinds of things and helping people, so reach her when in need.

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Mihnea Pasere Chairperson of the ECOSOC Committee

Mihnea is a junior at George Cosbuc Bilingual National College in Bucharest and besides MUNs he likes writing and playing computer games. IasiMUN will be his first chairing experience and he is very glad to be able to be part of the ECOSOC committee, one of the two committees he enjoys participating in the most. Mihnea is very excited for this experience and can’t wait to meet all prospective ECOSOC delegates, so stay tunned for the delegate applications!

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Călin Guțu Chairperson of the ECOSOC Committee

Arguing is a favorite pasttime of Calin’s. When the opportunity arose, a few years back, to argue in a formal setting with many more people, to debate, he took it. Now, he wants to repay the favor and bring you, the fresh new delegates, the experience he has always wanted from a MUN. With a great topic and friendly chairs, the ECOSOC committee offers a warm welcome to newbies and experienced debaters alike!

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Bianca Cojocaru Chairperson of the ICJ Committee

Energetic, friendly and eager to learn new things, Bibi is always looking for ways to hone her skills and share her knowledge regarding the International Court of Justice.
She is passionate about all things volunteering and debate, her experience doing NGO work and MUNing taking her back at least 3 years. When she isn’t working – which would be a very rare occasion, now that she has started her senior year of high school – you can probably find her reading articles on international law, listening to Frank Carter&The Rattlesnakes or discussing interesting subjects with her friends, over a glass of wine.
Having chaired three other ICJ committees this far, she is extremely excited to once again be in the academic team of IașiMUN, the conference where she held her very first opening speech.

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Andrei Alexinschi Chairperson of the ICJ Committee

Passionate, talkative and always on his toes, Andrei can always be seen either debating or at least arguing for whatever reason. His experience ranges from NGO work to MUNs and World Schools debate, but he can also be seen on the basketball court or with his friends on his nights out. The International Court of Justice has been a tremendous factor in his development, which is why he is beyond thrilled to yet again be a part of it.

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Eva Roșu Chairperson of the ICJ Committee

For Eva, it all began during her first MUN speech, when she was completely baffled that she couldn’t and didn’t want to stop talking. She only found the same satisfaction whilst sitting in an Opera House chair or analysing 19th-century Russian literature.

As such, alongside Law and Philosophy, debating became her second nature. After over 10 conferences, several chairing, Secretariat and organising experiences, she is immensely proud and honoured to be the Chairperson of the International Court of Justice Committee of IașiMUN!

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Tudor Ianovici Chairperson of the Crisis Committee

The Crisis committee is all about being in sync with your colleagues. Although Tudor, the brainy one, has a long history with the IaşiMUN conference, that doesn’t mean that the Crisis committee won’t bring on a fresh, new perspective during the 13th edition.

Representing the charismatic part of the Crisis Board, Tudor hopes to create an amiable and relaxed environment for the newcomers and to rock everyone’s expectations by delivering gripping and intricate crises alongside his co-chairpersons.

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Radu Ungureanu Chairperson of the Crisis Committee

The Crisis committee is all about being in sync with your colleagues. Although Radu, the short one, has a long history with the IaşiMUN conference, that doesn’t mean that the Crisis committee won’t bring on a fresh, new perspective during the 13th edition.

Being the 3rd and last time he’s chairing the IașiMUN Crisis Committee, Radu wants to make this edition the best one yet. He can’t wait to make his delegates question themselves and become hooked on the crisis lifestyle.

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Ștefana Popa Chairperson of the Crisis Committee

The Crisis committee is all about being in sync with your colleagues. Although Ştefana, the colorful one, has a long history with the IaşiMUN conference, that doesn’t mean that the Crisis committee won’t bring on a fresh, new perspective during the 13th edition.

Ştefana is all about being consistent, and with this edition being her 5th one in a row, she can’t wait to bring in her creativity, humour, and quirkiness to the new generation of crisis-loving delegates.

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George Boriaru Chairperson of the UNSC Committee

George is committed to putting his soul into his work while also having fun in the process and is excited to take part in his first chairing experience. While his first MUN was just ten months ago, he believes that the conferences already had a considerable positive impact on his diplomacy and public speaking skills, while also getting new valuable outlooks and information into topics he had never thought about before. This, combined with the amazing people he has met in the past MUNs, convinced him to make his first contribution to this community. He’s also very passionate about music and graphic design and, aside from the information-packed and demanding topics, he strives to make this year’s experience at the Security Council as fun and enjoyable as possible.

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Ana Vlasie Chairperson of the UNSC Committee

 Hard-working and devoted to every project she is involved in, Ana is beyond excited to be one of the chairpersons of the Historical SC committee at this year edition of IasiMUN. She is convinced that she will do everything in her power to make the experience of the delegates she will preside over the best one possible.

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