Fred Hilton is a third year International Law student at the University of Groningen. Brought up in London, it was in high school where Fred developed an interest for the ever changing world of international politics.
After participating in TEIMUN 2018 as a delegate and chairing TEIMUN in 2019, Fred has become more involved with MUN.
Fred will endeavor to make the TEIMUN experience as fun and engaging as his previous TEIMUN conferences. Outside of the realm of International politics, Fred enjoys reading, origami and Netflix, often at the same time.
Alice Nesselrode is a last year European Studies student from Maastricht University. Originally from Germany, she has done internships all over the world, and loves traveling and meeting new cultures. The mix of many cultures (especially to be seen at the global village) is also why she immediately fell in love with TEIMUN the first time she participated in 2016, and she hasn’t missed an edition since then.
Before chairing the Security council, she has chaired the UNHRC, has created crises for all council as part of the crisis team and been a passionate member of the TEIMUN journalists.
Apart from that, she greatly enjoys event management, journalism and philosophy, and is always down for political discussions over a good beer or a dry white wine. Alice is looking forward to meeting you all at TEIMUN 2020 as chair of the Security Council!
Claudia Caldentey Santana
Claudia Caldentey Santana is a second year International Relations and International Organization student at the University of Groningen.
She comes from Spain where her passion for diplomatic debate started. In high school she was offered the chance to participate in a Model United Nations conference in Munich and as she applied and got selected thereafter, a defining and special experience would follow. Model United Nations opened a new world full of positivity, growth and mutual enrichment, where people were motivated, friendly and open.
After having participated several times as a delegate in Model United Nations conferences in Munich and New York City, and chairing at GrunnMUN 2020, she decided to chair the Security Council at TEIMUN 2020. She is extremely excited to meet the delegates and cannot wait to hear and coordinate substantial and fruitful debates.