Hey y’all! My name is Sarah E. Kim, and welcome to everyone’s favorite committee—the UN Office on Drugs and Crime!
A few things about me:
I’ve been deeply involved in mock trial and mock Congress my whole high school career and absolutely love it. It’s taught me a lot about debating civilly and finding creative, analytical
solutions to multifaceted problems— skills that I’ve definitely utilized in the three years I’ve done Model United Nations. Amongst other things, MUN was one of the most essential factors that helped me evolve from a shy, awkward little girl that couldn’t say five coherent words when doing public speaking to a more confident, outspoken little girl that has trouble keeping quiet
At this point, if you’ve taken the time to read this far, you’re either procrastinating or you want to earn brownie points to win an award. If it’s the first case, then keep on reading; I have no right
to tell anyone not to procrastinate when that’s literally what I do every single day. If it’s the second case, then keep on reading! I can’t say whether I will succumb to flattery and bribery, but
I will tell you that I really, REALLY like chocolate chip cookies and Sour Patch Kids (jk I cannot accept bribes). If it’s neither of those cases and you just want to know more about your chair, I’ll continue to keep talking about myself, which is one of my favorite activities!
I like to run cross country, watch cute puppy videos, eat good food, and sleep for either 16 or 2 hours. That short girl you see pretty much dozing off as she stumbles to class? That’s me! On the off chance that I actually am not procrastinating and have some free time, I like to cook and bake while I catch up on the best reality TV shows of all time: Brooklyn Nine Nine and Fox News!
I am so incredibly excited to serve as the chair for UNODC this year at LIMUN XXXIII. I know that you guys will bring great debate and new perspectives on some of the world’s largest and
most prevalent issues. I really hope that even if MUN or public speaking isn’t really your thing, you’ll still be able to have fun and maybe learn a little bit more about contemporary world issues.
I can’t wait to see all of you guys in my committee!