The Press Corps Committee seeks to replicate the work of journalists through an interactive simulation. Press Corps delegates will report on the proceedings of other committees and will share their reporting with the world, creating both the first thought draft of FIMUN history, while also charting new territory for the conference, as this is the first-ever FIMUN Press Corps!
Sadie J. Testa-Secca is a fourth year student at Florida International University studying International Relations with a concentration in Human Rights, including the Human Rights Certificate. Sadie has been involved in Model UN for eight years, starting her freshman year of high school. She has been a member of the FIU Model UN team the entire time she has studied at this university, has proudly served as a Head Delegate for the team. Previously at FIMUN, Sadie has been a delegate, a chair, and a crisis director, running both the Imperial Ottoman Harem Committee at FIMUN32 and the Prehistoric Paleolithic Committee at FIMUN34. She is beyond thrilled to be a Director again this year, and looks forward to creating the first Press Corps committee at FIMUN-ever! Outside of Model UN, Sadie loves writing and art, as well as playing with her dog, Stella.
Archer Amon is a first-year student at Florida International University studying Computer Science, International Relations, and Political Science. He has participated in Model UN since 8th grade, and is originally from New Mexico: his choice to attend FIU was in fact largely influenced by the school’s Model UN team. Archer hopes to pursue a career as a tech policy analyst, and is deeply interested in the sociopolitical impacts of technological development (No, that does not mean you can use ChatGPT in your press corps articles). Outside of Model UN, he is currently a research intern for the Global Americans think tank, and a writer for the AI news website Skynet Today. In his free time, he enjoys painting, watching legal dramas, spending time in nature, studying Korean, and learning about artificial intelligence. Archer is excited to chair FIMUN’s first Press Corps committee, and looks forward to seeing what the delegates produce during the conference.