The Kiribati Evacuation Force

Our small island finds itself in enormous peril. Mother nature has laid waste to our homeland as the sea swallows up all we know and love. Countries such as Kiribati have become prey for the mindless actions of the few, and it is up to you to take a stand. Everything hangs in the balance, and your actions will determine our great country’s future. Citizens must relocate, maps must be redrawn, and the world must observe our plight with terror. As a leader of our island, can you ensure our survival? One small misstep could mean the demise of an entire island and all its treasures. It is up to you to save Kiribati.

 

Position Papers

Position Papers will not be required for the Kiribati Evacuation Force.


Abby Grifno
Chair
sk7903a@student.american.edu

Abby Grifno is an undergraduate at American University studying International Relations and Economics. She has done MUN since high school and now competes on the AU team. She is originally from Austin, Texas, where she spent her days doing high school debate and reading critical theory. There she also fell in love with poetry and now works with an organization dedicated to getting youth involved in social justice issues through writing. In her free time, she enjoys reading and watching the Great British Baking Show.

Hayden Schutt
Chair
hs0239a@student.american.edu

Hayden is an undergraduate at American University currently pursuing a major in CLEG (Communications, Economics, Law, and Government). He calls Minnesota home, so please feel free to laugh or acknowledge his accent that becomes present whenever I say words with “long vowel” sounds (*Bagel, Bag, *Minnesota, etc.) While in high school back in MN, he was heavily involved in the YMCA’s Youth in Government program. As a senior, Hayden served as the YMCA’s Youth Governor for their Minnesota program and attended many state and national conferences. Government is one of his passions, and he is looking forward to going back to Model United Nations with all of you!

Seth Katz
Crisis Director
sk7903a@student.american.edu

Seth is an undergraduate at American University in the School of Public Affairs, majoring in Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics, and Government (CLEG). Originally from New Jersey, Seth was heavily involved in Model Congress competitions and directed his high school's Model Congress team. This past year, he served as Assistant Crisis Director for NATO. Seth plays on the American University Ultimate Frisbee team. His favorite foods are steak and sushi, and his favorite movie is No Country For Old Men.