For a third straight year, VICS is honored to present the Director General’s Good Offices as an ad hoc committee. As one of two ad hocs, DGGO will provide a challenging yet rewarding experience for both veteran and novice delegates. In the wild world of ad hoc, creativity reigns supreme, but only for the delegates who consistently prove their worth in and out of committee. While anyone is welcome to participate, this committee is not for the faint of heart. Twists and turns are the name of the game in DGGO, and those who successfully navigate these will ensure recognition from the dais. In short, keep an open mind and expect anything. See you all in March.
Hello Delegates, my name is Alvaro Cordero and I will be your Chair for the DGGO. I am a first year from Panama and I am currently in the College of Arts and Sciences. I am hoping to major in Foreign Affairs, hopefully with a concentration in either European or Latin American studies. For this ad-hoc committee I expect the delegates to come up with innovative and insightful ideas that can further the fast-paced and ever-changing nature of this committee. I am looking forward to meeting you all come conference time.
Ryan Wolfe is a third year from Richmond, Virginia studying History and Foreign Affairs. This is his third time participating in VICS, and his first time as a Crisis Director. Ryan just finished his tenure as UVA’s Head Delegate, and is looking forward to creating the best experience possible for his delegates. Besides MUN, Ryan is involved in many other activities, including the Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team and the Washington Literary Society and Debating Union. In it’s third year, Ryan is hoping to stretch the boundaries of DGGO, making it a more thrilling and enjoyable experience for delegates in the committee. He cannot wait to see you all in March.