American Model United Nations (AMUN) is a non-profit, educational organization founded in 1989 to provide students with the highest quality, most professionally run simulation of the United Nations available. AMUN strives to combine educational quality with highly realistic simulations of the United Nations to give students an unparalleled Model UN learning experience.
This site provides details about our 28th annual AMUN International Collegiate Conference (click here for general information on AMUN 2017), to be held in , Illinois from Saturday through Tuesday, November 18–21, 2017, with an expected attendance of over 1,400 students, faculty and young professionals from across the U.S. and around the world. AMUN has provided simulations for high school students and adults, and is happy to consult with Model UN Programs and other MUN Conferences to assist in making everyone’s MUN experience better. AMUN is an associated NGO with the United Nations Department of Public Information.
Beyond our Model UN events, AMUN also provides a variety of resources for teachers at all levels. These include the “Ambassador’s Club video series” which can be utilized for international relations, UN or Model UN classes or groups. Other resources include our “ , a teacher’s guide for Model UN, and a number of Model UN Resources available on this web site.
In our continuing efforts to better serve the students attending AMUN — and everyone else in the Model UN community — this home page and linked documents provides full information on AMUN conferences, background on Model UNing in general, and any other information you request.
AMUN’s all-volunteer staff come from around the country and are a mix of college students, graduate students and professionals. With an average of five years experience in Model UNing, several of our senior staff members have been involved in the Model UN world for over 10 years, and many staff members have been Secretaries-General of other Model UN Conferences before joining AMUN. If you have questions about AMUN, about Model UNing in general, or need assistance with your program/conference, please feel free to contact us.
AMUN Executive Secretariat
|President of the General Assembly||Princess Tarrance|
|Vice President of the General Assembly||Megan Wiley|
|Under-Secretary-General for Research||Kate Koett|
|Under-Secretary-General for Development||Ruth Monnier|
|Under-Secretary-General for Rapporteurs||Nick Randolph|
|Under-Secretary-General for Security Council Simulations||Nia Indelicato|
|Executive Director||Shannon L. Dunn|
|Associate Executive Director||Jacqueline Whitt|
|Director of Rules and Procedures||Christina Bates|
|Comptroller||Mary Jo Laws|
|Director of Technology||Dan Wright|
|Director of Development||Michael Kenny|
|Director of Rapporteur Procedures||John Gaustad|
These pages were created by the AMUN Web Team. Also, this home page is under a continual process of development and improvement. If you can think of any items we should add to the page, whether informational or Links to MUN Resources, please drop us an e-mail and let us know.