The 2016-2017 Team
Currently in a Master’s degree in Human Resources and Project Management at Sciences Po Rennes, Erwann spent a year abroad in 2015 working in London and attending various MUNs. His interest in political and international studies inspired him to participate in the 2013 edition of the SPRIMUN. Since then, he has attended various MUNs, most of them as a chair in the Czech Republic, in the Russian Federation and in France. His numerous experiences led him to join this year’s team for the SPRIMUN with a renewed energy to make it the best MUN conference Rennes has ever seen. Him and his team are thrilled to organise the conference this year.
Interesting debates and continued fun are his goals for this fifth edition of the Sciences Po Rennes International Model United Nations!
Born in southern England, Benjamin moved to France at the age of six. Currently studying for a master’s degree in local public administrations at Sciences Po Rennes, he spent his last year studying in Lithuania and travelling Eastern Europe.
His interests in international relations and politics in general, as well as his “British accent”, led him to take in part in many MUNs over the past three years. He has most recently won the best delegate award at the most recent SPRIMUN and PragueMUN conferences and has taken part in six MUNs so far.
He now takes his MUN experience one step further by organising the finances of the 2017 edition of the SPRIMUN and is hoping to organise the best MUN Brittany has ever seen. So see you soon!
Currently in a Master’s degree in Organisation and Project Management at Sciences Po Rennes, Marion gained experience in communication, partnerships and cooperation through her internships abroad. She worked for a Colombian NGO that aimed to promote Human Rights and a better integration of minorities in society.
After taking part in a few MUNs in Rennes but also in Prague, she’s now giving her best to help organise a great SPRIMUN 2017!
Currently attending a Master’s Degree in Public Service Careers at Sciences Po Rennes, Victor spent two years in Germany to complete a binational Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science at the Catholic University of Eichstätt in Bavaria. As part of his studies, he wrote a Bachelor’s thesis on the rebel governance model of the organisation of the Islamic State in Iraq and Levant, and spent two months in Berlin as an intern in the press and communication department of the French Embassy. His high interest for diplomacy and international negotiations, as well as his experiences in various MUNs, led him to join this year’s team as communication manager. He will work to make sure delegates get the best MUN experience and he is looking forward to see you in Rennes!
Currently in a Master’s degree in Public Policy and International Development at Sciences Po Rennes, Doriane joins the 2017 SPRIMUN team after a few MUN experiences two years ago, both at the ScotMUN and of course at the SPRIMUN.
A year outside the university walls gave her the opportunity to strengthen her professional experience. She spent six months working as an intern at the Cultural Department of the French Embassy in Australia, in charge of the communication campaign “Créative France Australia 2016”. Last summer, she completed a two-month long internship at the American Presence Post in Rennes, where she gained an even better understanding of foreign public and commercial diplomacy.
Today, her confirmed interest in international cooperation and diplomacy has encouraged her to take part in the organisation of the 5th edition of the SPRIMUN, which she is determined, with her team, to make as successful as possible!
Marie-Elise studies Security, Defence and Strategic Intelligence at Sciences Po Rennes for her Master’s degree and has spent the past year enjoying being an Erasmus student in Scotland. She also had the opportunity to work closely within the UN framework this summer as an intern for the French Mission to the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva.
A MUN enthusiast since her first year in Sciences Po, she has participated in various conferences throughout Europe both as a delegate and a chair and she was the President of the MUN society of Sciences Po Rennes for a year.
Her interest for international affairs led her to join the SPRIMUN adventure, as she will be in charge of Committees and Chairs this year. She will do her best to make sure this edition leads to exciting and fruitful debates! See you soon!
After spending a year in Bologna in Italy studying international security, criminology, human rights and international law, Lisa did a few-months-long internship in an association helping migrants and refugees to regularise their situation in Italy. Now back to France, she is studying for a Master’s degree in Security Defence and Strategic Intelligence at Sciences Po Rennes.
Over the past few years, she has participated in several MUN’s including the PragueMUN and obviously the SPRIMUN. She has always been very interested in politics, diplomacy, international issues and global cooperation, which is what led her to be part of the organising staff of this year’s edition of the SPRIMUN. She will be managing the well-being of all of you, honourable delegates, before, during and after the MUN.
She hopes that, whether you start the third World War, resolve the thorniest international conflict or end up being elected as the “party animal”, you will enjoy this incredible diplomatic experience. She will surely do her best to make sure this fifth SPRIMUN edition will be unforgettable.
Currently in a Master’s degree in Organisation and Project Management at Sciences Po Rennes, Jade spent her third year abroad at San Diego State University in California. Her experience in this country increased her interest for international issues and cooperation.
Throughout her student life Jade has attended various MUNs in France but also abroad. Her interests for MUNs, languages and international relations led her to be part of the 2017 SPRIMUN team.
In charge of logistics and socials, Jade will do her best to make this MUN the best SPRIMUN ever.
Having spent a whole year in Chile, studying international trade and political sciences, as well as working as a lean manager for a NGO in Ecuador, Paul is also doing a Master’s degree in Project Management at Sciences Po Rennes.
He has always been interested in international issues, and that is why he has attended various MUNs including the SPRIMUN in 2013 and 2014.
Today, Paul is part of the team in charge of logistics and socials. He is here to serve you and make you have an incredible experience by being a delegate at the SPRIMUN. He will guarantee you success both during the debates and on the dance floor! Be ready!