our chairs

Here you have the opportunity to get to know the chairs of ViaMUN 2019. We will upload the photos and descriptions gradually so make sure to check this page once in a while.

Aloysius Efraim Leonard

Security Council


"Hello everyone, my name is Aloysius Efraim Leonard but you can call me Efraim. I am an international relations student at Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Indonesia that is currently doing my exchange semester in Technische Universität Dortmund. I am very fond of many international issues, which motivates me to do more and more Model United Nations. I have done several, including the Harvard National Model UN in Boston, United States, in which I got awarded Diplomatic Commendation. I am looking forward to meet you all!"


Lukas Reichl



"Dear delegates and MUN-enthusiasts,

Currently studying law in Hamburg, Germany, I am honored to serve as the chair for this year’s ViaMUN ECOSOC. My MUN-career began in Dresden, which is why I am particularly looking forward to another comparably familiar and cozy MUN experience in Frankfurt (Oder). Having a chance to engage with everyone, having room for every thought and idea to be discussed is something I learned to admire and thus am looking forward to experience at this year’s conference."


Franziska Kühl

Security Council


"My name is Franziska Kühl, I am honoured and excited to return to the ViaMUN secretariat in 2019!
ViaMUN has been my very first MUN conference and I know it will be the first one for many of you. That’s why I am determined to make this one an unforgettable experience for all of you!
I am studying law in my 6th semester, focussing on international public law. In my free time I like to cook with my friends, watch old movies, and read (though I don’t get to read as much non-academic literature as I’d hope).
I am looking forward to meeting all of you and to a great week! See you soon!"

Rezwan Ahmed



"I am Rezwan Ahmed, studying M.Sc. in Environmental and Resource Management at Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU), Cottbus, Germany.  

I have started MUN journey from a small city, Sylhet, Bangladesh while studying Bachelor in Civil Engineering at Leading University. MUN has always been one of my passions. I believe that it’s a great platform where my thoughts and ideas reflected through constructive criticism and discussions. 
For me, life is all about introducing yourself to its numerous challenges with courage and coming up with success or lesson for the future ahead.
ViaMUN 2019 will be my first ever MUN conference in Germany. I wish all the best to the secretariat, chairs, and delegates for a successful event.  
Looking forward to meeting you all!