Die aktuelle Delegation 2022/2023

Wir sind die NMUN-Delegation 2022/2023 und freuen uns darauf, Mosambik in New York City zu vertreten. Auf dieser Seite finden Sie Informationen zu den diesjährigen Delegierten der Universität Bamberg.

Die Delegierten

Josephine Ehmke

Studies: B.Sc. Psychology

Organizational team: Sponsoring Team

Committee: The United Nations General Assembly First Committee (GA1)

Motivation: To learn more about international politics and diplomacy while broadening my horizons, challenging myself regarding public speaking and rhetoric, as well as meeting and exchanging ideas with new people.

Life Motto: “Let me live, love, and say it well in good sentences” ― Sylvia Plath.

Yannick Gebauer

Studies: B.A. Political Science

Organizational Team: Finance delegate 

Committee: Economic Commission for Africa (ECA)

Motivation: I would like to improve my skills in representing countries and their interests as well as learning about diplomatic behavior. 

Life Motto: Fall seven times, stand up eight.


Teresa Kressel

Studies: B.A. Political Science

Organizational Team: Press Publications & Final Report

Committee: United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)

Motivation: My main motivation is to become more acquainted with diplomacy and international issues and understand what one can contribute by him-/herself to help solve issues and challenges that affect our planet today.

Life Motto: "I have never tried that before, so I think I should definitely be able to do that"- Pippi Langstrumpf

Daniel Lauer

Studies:  B.A. Political Science 

Organizational Team: Sponsoring Team

Committee: The United Nations General Assembly Second Committee (GA2)

Motivation: Debating political issues and meeting people from all over the world.

Life Motto: -

Claudia Nakkazi

Studies: M.A. Political Science

Organizational Team: Head Delegate

Committee: Security Council (SC)

Motivation: It is an opportunity to gain insight into the functions of international politics and organizations and experience diplomacy firsthand beyond the classroom with diverse people from around the world. Moreover, such an environment allows me to learn more about myself and others, and by extension, about the dynamics of global politics and human interactions.

Life Motto: "You are the author of your own life story." ― Susan C. Young

Anna Over

Studies: B.A. Political Science 

Organizational Team: Social Media Team

Committee: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Motivation: NMUN offers me the perfect opportunity to finish my Bachelor studies and to see how political decisions in the UN are actually made. It is also the best opportunity to work and discuss about relevant and interesting political topics in an international environment with students from all over the world.

Life Motto: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” - Nelson Mandela

Philipp Pedrós

Studies: B.A. Communication Science and Political Science

Organizational Team: Public Relations Team

Committee: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

Motivation: By taking the role of a diplomat by myself I want to get a deeper understanding of how the UN works and to learn negotiating with students from all over the world. Therefore, I have to get out of my comfort zone and that is why NMUN is a great chance to grow as a whole personality.

Life Motto: Go with the flow!

Maya Schwab

Studies: B.A. Political Science

Organizational Team: Sponsoring Team

Committee: The United Nations General Assembly Third Committee (GA3)

Motivation: I want to learn more about international politics, and I find it exciting to represent a state, which I rarely knew before. NMUN widens one’s horizon. In addition, I want to do politics on an international level and therefore it is a perfect opportunity to challenge myself at the very beginning and get to know if that is really what I want to do in my life.


Life Motto: A negative mind will never give you a positive life.

Halyna Tsymbalista

Studies: M.A. English and American Studies

Organizational Team: Public Relations Team

Committee: The United Nations General Assembly Second Committee (GA2)

Motivation: Studies show that one of the most common regrets of elderly people is missing out on opportunities they gave up because of fear or lack of time. Having both of these in my pocket, and the wonderful opportunity to join a worldwide famous initiative of the United Nations – NMUN, I decided to take away at least one reason for my future regrets. 

Life Motto: “The brave are always to be lucky." - Ivan Bahrianyi

Johanna Vogler

Studies: B.Sc. Political science and Sociology

Organizational Team: Press Publications & Final Report

Committee: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

Motivation: The aspects which are the most interesting ones in my opinion and why I decided to participate at the NMUN Project are that I really wanted to understand the structures and processes behind the UN more, and to learn about the culture and political interests of other countries and to acquaint oneself in other different interesting perspectives. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet young people from all over the world in the conference in New York City and discuss international global issues for example world hunger, climate change and poverty. Additional I always wanted to visit New York, Washington D.C., and Berlin.

Life Motto: What's normal anyways?

Wiebke Laura Wentzler

Studies: M.Sc. International Business Administration

Organizational Team: Public Relations Team

Committee: Security Council (SC)

Motivation: Participating in a simulation project like NMUN allows me to expand my knowledge of international politics and how international organizations work. Moreover, taking on the role of a delegate promotes, among other things, soft skills of diplomacy, as well as giving speeches. I am looking forward to the challenge of learning about and adopting the perspective of another country in order to assert its interests.

Life Motto: “Nothing is impossible. The word itself says ‘I’m possible’.” – Audrey Hepburn