Alabama Model United Nations Conference (ALMUN)

What is ALMUN?

Alabama Model United Nations Conference (ALMUN) is an annual weekend-long conference based on simulations of United Nations committees and debate which offer to high school students from across the Southeast the opportunity to engage with global issues, raises awareness of the role the United Nations plays in world affairs, and encourages the creation of new Model United Nations programs in schools all across the state of Alabama and the wider region. This year will be the tenth anniversary of the conference.

In the past ten years, ALMUN has hosted schools from Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Florida. We hope to continue building upon this successful outreach and sustained growth. ALMUN is defined by a commitment to constantly improving the delegate experience, and we are particularly known for our well-developed and unique committee offerings. ALMUN is based around three substantive branches: General Assemblies, Crisis Committees, and Press Corps.

If you are a UA student interested in staffing ALMUN as a chair, co-chair, or committee/conference staff, please email to get involved.

This year’s conference will be held on February 15-17, 2019 on the campus of The University of Alabama.

For more information on conference details, conference schedule, or registering your school or delegates:


Abigail Kappelman


Zachary Boros

Under-Secretary-General of General Assemblies
Christine Allen

Assistant Under-Secretary-General of General Assemblies
William McSwain

Under-Secretaries-General of Crisis
Clayton Lawing & Genna Yonge

Under-Secretary-General of Press Corps
Mollie Boutwell


Chief of Staff

Under-Secretary-General of Operations
Trevin Pierre Noel

Under-Secretary-General of Internal Affairs
Arthur White

Under-Secretary-General of Finance
Steve Small

Under-Secretary-General of Communications
Lowrey Patterson

Volunteer Coordinator