Governor's School Model United Nations Conference

Joint Crisis Cabinet:  North Korea

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Special Announcement

We are excited to welcome Dr. William Morgan as a guest speaker!

Dr William Morgan
Director, Regional Studies, Marine Corps War College
Guest Speaker

Dr. William Morgan retired from the Department of State in 2010 after 31 years in the Foreign Service. His final assignment was Director of Analysis for East Asia and the Pacific in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research. His more than twenty years abroad included three tours in Japan as well as postings in South Africa, Venezuela, and Hungary. In Washington, Dr. Morgan was chief of the Japan-Korea desk in the US Information Agency and later Acting Director of the International Visitor Program of the Department of State. During 2001-2003, he was Marine Corps War College’s first State Department Chair. In 2007-2009, as visiting scholar in Georgetown University’s Graduate School of Foreign Service, he taught US-Japan-Northeast Asian relations, Public Diplomacy and National Security.

Dr. Morgan received a Ph.D. in history from the Claremont Graduate University in 1980, specializing in diplomatic history and East Asian studies. He served as a Marine Corps officer on active duty from 1969-1972 and in the reserves until 1979.


Sindhu Karnam
Sindhu is a senior this year and has been involved with Model UN since freshman year.  She has attended a few university conferences and also been a staff member in two previous GSMUN conferences.  When she is not trying to mend North and South Korea relations or finish her never-ending pile of homework, she loves to lose herself in books and music.  Her two greatest accomplishments to date are climbing the Great Wall of China and making it through the first half of senior year without contracting a serious case of senioritis.
Teresa Dula
Teresa is both an avid swimmer and scholar; she swims competitively every day and attends  school as often as she has to.  Teresa has many other qualities that include a passion for opera, an affinity towards yodeling, an enjoyment for globe trotting, and a proclivity for fine dining.  She will be attending the University of Pennsylvania next year.  Solving the world’s problems through her school’s model UN is just another thing she does on the side.