U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
Founded in 1978, the U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs has led numerous missions abroad to help improve law enforcement institutions, combat crime, disrupt the illegal narcotics trade as well as take other measures aimed at stabilizing nations. But now, it faces its greatest challenge yet: helping to fight Honduran insecurity. Assistant Secretary of State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, Kristen Madison is looking to her committee to help implement and improve upon the U.S. Strategy for Central America. While the goals of this operation is to help Honduras, the members of this committee must recognize that the two objectives of the U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs are, “(1) to reduce the entry of illegal drugs into the United States; and (2) to minimize the impact of international crime on the United States and its citizens”. With the above information in mind, will this committee be able to successfully implement effective solutions to fight insecurity in Honduras? Or will those insecurities begin to threaten the security of the United States and its citizens?
Position papers are not required for the U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs.
Rachel is a rising junior studying International Relations with a focus on Environmental Studies and French at American University. She is originally from Edina, Minnesota where she was very active on her high school’s Model UN team. She is a new member of the Lambda Eta chapter of Sigma Kappa Sorority, a swim instructor for kids and dog walker. Outside of school and work, Rachel loves talking about sharks, Minnesota, Kevin Durant and music. She served as a Crisis Analyst for the French Cabinet for AmeriMUNC V, Director of Simulations for WIRC VI and Crisis Director for the Philippines National Police during AmeriMUNC VI. She is beyond excited to be serving on this years Secretariat and cannot wait for February.
Jack is a rising junior in the American University School of Public Affairs pursuing a major in Communications, Law, Economics, and Government (CLEG). He is from the city of Chicago, Illinois, where he participated in Model UN throughout high school, including two years as a head delegate. Jack is currently a member of the AU Model United Nations team and is looking forward to serving as Simulation Director for the second year in a row. In his free time, Jack enjoys studying history, following Chicago sports teams, and watching Game of Thrones seasons on repeat. Jack is excited for an amazing conference and is looking forward to welcoming delegates to AmeriMUNC VII!