Executive Board


Lawford Hatcher


Lawford is a sophomore from Maryville, TN, majoring in mathematics in the Accelerated Masters Program and minoring in biology on the pre-medical track. In addition to AIRC, Lawford is a research assistant in a kinesiology lab studying occupational health, in an archaeology lab studying the domestication of the chile pepper and Alabama foodways, and with an applied mathematician studying partial differential equations and their applications to image processing. He hopes to become a physician and provide much needed reproductive health care to women in underserved communities. Lawford is incredibly excited to see what this year has in store for the AIRC and plans to maximize the impact of service the club has on UA’s campus and the broader Alabama community!

Head Delegate

Andrew Smith


Andrew is a senior from Haslet, Texas triple-majoring in Economics, History, and Political Science, with a minor in Russian on the pre-law track. He is a committed member of the Alabama International Relations Club, as Head Delegate of the Model UN team, Director-General of ALMUN, and a vocal participant at the weekly meetings. His junior year, he spent a semester abroad in the Russian Federation studying Russian language, literature, and contemporary culture. He speaks conversational Russian, is working (slowly) towards attaining a pilot’s license, and is a fan of all things Formula 1. In the coming year he hopes to add an additional conference to the Model UN slate, improve the overall competitiveness of the team, and integrate collegiate MUN training with ALMUN committee development. After graduation, Andrew intends to attend law school, hopefully after completing a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Estonia (fingers crossed).

ALMUN Secretary-General

Clayton Lawing


Clayton Lawing is a Senior majoring in Hospitality Management and minoring in the Blount Scholars Program and Theatre. This is his 3rd year serving on AIRC Executive Board, having previously served as the Director of Internal Affairs and the Director of External Affairs. In his role as ALMUN Secretary-General, he hopes to expand school enrollment in the conference while offering a new and competitive slate of committees. On campus, Clayton serves as the Chief Justice of the UA Student Government Association. He is also a Resident Advisor for the Lakeside Community. In this next year, Clayton will be applying for graduate school to earn his Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs.

AIRMUNC Secretary-General

Kat Reed


Kat Reed is a Secondary Education graduate student from Las Vegas, Nevada. Kat is finishing her first degree as a part of the Advanced Masters Program for mathematics education. She is excited to serve as this year’s Secretary General of Alabama International Relation Club’s first collegiate conference. She hopes to set a standard for collegiate MUN in Alabama by working with UA and UAB students on this collaborative effort.

Vice President

Victoria Carl


Victoria Carl is a sophomore from Montgomery, Alabama, majoring in English and Interdisciplinary Studies, with a depth study in campaign management and political discourse, and minoring in History. In addition to her position as the Vice President, Victoria is serving as the Director-General for CrimsMUN and volunteers for MUNOP and ALMUN. Outside of the club, she interns for the Undergraduate Creative Writing Program, tutors at the Writing Center, and is involved in the Student Writers’ Guild, EMMA, and the Legal Research Club. She’s a published author and a Girl Scout (since 2008!) and hopes to one day run for public office. Despite claiming to be an English major, she (probably) only reads about one book every ten years.


Meg Woodward


Meg is a sophomore from Westfield, Indiana. She is majoring in Geography and Political Science with a concentration in urban, regional, and environmental planning, and minoring in Public Policy. Meg also serves as the USG of Finance for ALMUN and volunteers with MUNOP. Outside of AIRC, Meg is a Director of Cultural experiences and Diversity for the Honors College Assembly, volunteers with the Women and Gender Resource Center, and is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Meg plans on going to law school after graduating to study environmental law.

Director of Internal Affairs

Katie Nunez


Katie Nunez is a junior from Nashville, TN majoring in Public Relations & International Studies. Outside of AIRC, she serves as the Under-Secretary-General of Communications for ALMUN XII, works in the Ferguson Student Center, and is a brother in the Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business fraternity where she enjoys learning about all things professional development. In her free time, Katie can be found running, hanging out in Starbucks (her second home), or obsessing over her calendar. She plans on pursuing a career in government public affairs where she can combine her desire to be a public servant with her love for strategic communication.

Director of External Affairs

Cam Lethcoe


Cam Lethcoe is a sophomore triple majoring in history, political science, and economics from Kansas City, MO. Outside of AIRC he is involved in the fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon, in the College of Arts & Sciences as an ambassador, and in the Student Government Association as a member of the Judicial Board. In his free time, he enjoys food, politics, and
long romantic walks on the beach. He is interested in pursuing a career in law with plans to attend law school after he gets his undergraduate degree.

Director of TILE

Dalton Grainger


Dalton is a junior from Prattville, AL who is majoring in English and Foreign Languages and Literature (French). In addition to his undergraduate majors, he is also a member of the CREATE Path to MBA program. Outside of the AIRC, he serves as the Director of Marketing and Outreach for the on-campus service organization Beyond Bama and as a member of leadership for the University of Alabama’s BCM. In his free time, Dalton enjoys studying foreign languages (Spanish and Chinese), perfecting his coffee skills, writing music for an upcoming EP, and honing his skills in photography. He spent the summer of 2019 working with Venezuelan refugees along the Colombian border and hasn’t a clue of what his future profession will be.

Director of MUNOP

Sarah Conrad


Sarah is a junior from West Chester, PA majoring in Finance and Economics. Outside of AIRC she is a sister in Kappa Alpha Theta, a brother in Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity, and a member of the Culverhouse Investment Management Group. This summer Sarah is interning with American Century Investments and hopes to secure a role in Investment Banking following graduation. She is so excited to be returning as MUNOP Director this year and hopes to share her passion for Model UN with the students in the program.