Captain: Maggie Baughman
My name is Maggie Baughman, and I am incredibly excited to be your PMUNT captain this year! I grew up just outside of Baltimore, Maryland, though I spent three years living in Tokyo. I’m a prospective major in the Woodrow Wilson School, with certificates in East Asian Studies and Computer Science. I absolutely love getting to represent Princeton’s Model United Nations Team - this is probably one of the most fun, brilliant, compassionate, and dedicated groups of people on campus! Outside of Model UN, I am an officer and publicity chair on Princeton’s Club Climbing Team, a Writing Center Fellow, an OA leader, and work as a Computer Science grader and an OA Climbing Wall Instructor. I’m really excited to work on strengthening our team over the next year, and work with our tight-knit community. If you have any questions about PMUNT or other Model UN opportunities on campus, please feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
deputy captain: Scott Overbey
Scott Overbey is a sophomore at Princeton University from Cincinnati, OH planning to major in Economics with certificates in Political Economy, Statistics and Machine Learning, and Urban Studies. Besides being deputy captain of Princeton's Model UN Team, he is a sub-team leader for Princeton Engineers Without Borders, researcher for the podcast Policy Punchline, and member of the Princeton Club Swim Team. He plans to work in creating and analyzing public policy, especially welfare and tax policy.
deputy captain: Harrison Shapiro
My name is Harry Shapiro, and I'm incredibly excited to be serving as a PMUNT Deputy Captain. I'm a sophomore from Chicago majoring in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering with certificates in the History & Practice of Diplomacy and Engineering & Management Systems. Besides MUN, I’m also the treasurer of the Princeton Rocketry Club. In my free time, I run and fly light aircraft. If you have any questions about Princeton, college MUN, engineering, or planes, I'll be happy to answer them!