Executive Board


Andrew St. Charles


Drew St. Charles is a senior from Nashville, TN, majoring in Marketing and Political Science. He is also working towards his Masters in Political Science through the Accelerated Masters Program. He previously served as an Associate Justice with SGA’s Student Judiciary, and is currently a Senator with SGA representing the Culverhouse College of Commerce, a member of the Advisory Council on Wellness under Dr. Perez, and is a brother of Phi Sigma Kappa, having served as Secretary last year. Within AIRC, he serves as President, managing general aspects of the club and serving as counsel to the rest of the Executive Board on all matters.

Head Delegate

Christopher McCarthy


Chris McCarthy is a senior studying Aerospace Engineering with a minor in Mechanical Engineering. He is also a part of the Randall Research Scholars Program and the University Fellows Experience. In the AIRC he serves as the Head Delegate for the Model United Nations Team and is on the secretariat for ALMUN. Outside of AIRC and Model UN, Chris serves as the President of the Ambassadors of the College of Engineering, and the Vice President of Sigma Gamma Tau, the Aerospace Engineering professional fraternity. He is also heavily involved in intramurals and loves to work out at the Student Recreation Center. He is looking forward to an awesome year with AIRC and the Model UN team as they seek to defend their ranking in the Top 25!

ALMUN Secretary-General

Griffin Specker


Griffin is a Senior from Cumming, Georgia, majoring in History with a Concentration in Legal History, with minors in Business and Public Policy Studies. He was the previous USG of Crisis for the first AIRMUNC. He has been competing for the MUN Travel Team since his sophomore year. Outside of MUN, Griffin is a brother of the co-ed business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi and a Research Specialist for the Intercultural Diversity Center. During his free time, Griffin enjoys biking in the woods, reading the A Song of Ice and Fire series, and grabbing food with friends. He is very passionate about AIRMUNC and hopes to provide delegates an engaging, competitive, and relaxed conference.

AIRMUNC Secretary-General

Trinity Donnellan


Trinity Donnellan is a senior from Chattanooga, TN, majoring in Criminal Justice and International Studies and pursuing her Master’s in Criminology and Criminal Justice on the Accelerated Master’s track. Within the Alabama International Relations Club, Trinity is the current Secretary General of Alabama’s high school MUN conference: ALMUN. Trinity competed in various Model UN conferences throughout high school before coming to UA and dedicating herself to various ALMUN staffing roles. When she is not working on school or ALMUN, Trinity can be found spending time with friends, obsessing over dachshund Instagram accounts, or working as an operator for the University’s main phone system. Trinity is ecstatic to see ALMUN XIV return to campus!


Vice President

Dylan Davis


Dylan is a sophomore from Montgomery, pursuing a major in Political Science with a concentration in Middle East studies and a minor in Arabic. Dylan has been an active member for 2 years, staffing our college conference and ALMUN, and he describes MUN as the foundation of his campus involvement. With an eye on furthering political awareness for human rights abuses, Dylan is also involved in Amnesty and the UA ACLU.



Sean Atchison


Sean Atchison is a sophomore from Chatom, Alabama majoring in international studies with a concentration on Latin America. Outside of serving as the treasurer in AIRC, Sean serves as the director of LGBTQ+ affairs for the Student Government Association, secretary of Spectrum, and co-director of UACelebrate. Additionally, he is a resident advisor and works within the Education Abroad office as a student assistant. Within AIRC, Sean is excited to continue his participation with the Model UN travel team, AIRMUNC, and ALMUN.


Director of Internal Affairs

Tyler Tannehill


Tyler Tannehill, Director of Internal Affairs, manages our club communications and keeps everything running smoothly! He is in his junior year, majoring in both Political Science and History. Running social media accounts, including the AIRC Instagram, and sending out emails to members are all the more important in keeping us coordinated . Organizing our executive board meetings, documenting minutes, and retaining internal records also fall within his responsibilities. When he gets the chance to escape from designing emails and graphics, he enjoys playing horror games and watching thriller/dystopian anime!

Director of External Affairs

Turner Koch


Turner is a sophomore from Middlebury, Indiana pursuing a double major in Biology and International Studies with a minor in Chinese. This is Turner’s second year competing in Model United Nations, currently serving as a chair for ALMUN and previously working as a staffer for AIRMUNC. Beyond AIRC, Turner is a member of the Blackburn Institute and can frequently be spotted at the Witt Rock Wall. After his undergraduate studies, Turner plans on pursuing a degree in environmental law.

Director of TILE

Madeeha Aziz


Madeeha is a Junior from Memphis, TN majoring in Biology and minoring in Spanish on the pre-med track. She is also a part of the STEM to MBA program at the University. In AIRC she has served on exec for the past two years as the Director of Internal Affairs and currently as the Director of TILE. Additionally, she was a co-chair for AIRMUNC I and has staffed ALMUN since her freshman year and is currently on Secretariat for ALMUN XIV. On campus she is a part of AASA, MedComm, AED, the STEM&CREATE Diversity Council, and does research in Dr. Stan’s Lab. In her free time you can find her doing yoga, thrift shopping, or finding new coffee shops!

Director of MUNOP

Ash Lussier


Ashlynn Lussier is the Director of the Model United Nations Outreach Program. She is in her second year at UA; majoring in History with a double minor in Classical Civilization and Public Policy. Ashlynn is originally from Yorktown, Virginia. In AIRC, she competes with the Model United Nations Travel Team, staffs AIRMUNC, and is on Secretariat for ALMUN. Along with her involvement in AIRC, Ashlynn works in the History Department as a Peer Mentor. She is looking forward to another remarkable year with AIRC!