In Katrina Trost’s fourth and final year on the circuit, she returns in a new leadership role as head delegate for Boston University. Katrina’s ability to command the attention of any GA she’s in is sure to be a great skill that she will pass on to the rest of her already talented team. BU finished last season at 9th place in our rankings.
What are your goals for this year for your team?
Katrina: BU has had a great run in the last year, and we will certainly be working to keep our competitive edge. Receiving more awards on both the individual and delegation level are among our goals, but most importantly I am looking forward to continuing BU’s trend of having a team that is both competitive and cohesive. Model UN is wonderful because of the myriad of skills it develops, and cultivating those are at the forefront of personal and team goals.
What are you most looking forward to this season?
Katrina: After a nine-month hiatus from competing, I’m personally looking forward to simply returning to the MUN world. We have a wonderful group of newcomers that I am excited to train and get to know, along with establishing the 2013-2014 team. This is the first time in a few years that BU will have the same head delegate for the entirety of a school year, so I am excited to gain continuity and resume building a strong foundation for future teams.
Each day leading up to CMUNNY, Yale’s SCSY and Boston University’s BarMUN, we’ll be featuring a few teams. If you would like to see your team featured, and Best Delegate hasn’t contacted you, please reach out to Mari Manoogian at email@example.com