Géza Kovács-Dobák

Géza Kovács-Dobák is an MUN veteran who has finished his Master studies in international economics on a double degree program between the Dutch University of Groningen and the Corvinus University of Budapest and now works as a macroeconomic analyst at a Hungarian economic agency. However, in his last 6 years of university he has partaken over 15 international MUN conferences. As the former UNYA president of Hungary he partook in the MUN Albania conference in 2018 by the and this unique people, atmosphere and made him take up this unpaid opportunity of the role of Secretary-General, even though his daily work life.
As an economist, he is specialized on the field of international monetary policy which he has been writing about in the last 5 years to many outlets. Most recently, he is writing to Portfolio on his field of research topics, but he has been a Foreign Economic correspondent for Makronóm in 2018-19. Most notably he has worked at the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees for nearly a year as an HR Assistant.
In his free time he likes to spend time with his partner, watch Youtube videos, play lacrosse or play Pokemon Go on his phone!

Stivi Canka
Deputy Secretary-General

Stivi Canka is a student at University of Medicine, Tirana. He has been pursuing his career in Model UN since high school and ever since, he travels from West to East attending Model UN conferences. In 2018, he was awarded The Most Outstanding Delegate in AYIMUN Bangkok. In 2019, he participated in Future We Want MUN in New York as well as Model European Union Strasbourg (he has an inclination for European politics as well). He has been chair for the recent Stimulation Game conference which was a smaller scale version of a Model United Nations conference. As a proof of his dedication in MUN world, he was selected to be the Deputy Secretary General for Albania International Model United Nations 2019. He will take the place of the Secretary-General in cases that he may not be able to fulfill his tasks. Additionally, he will lead the training workshops which are going to be held in November. Apart from MUN, he enjoys sports, lectures, debates, and classical music. He is looking forward to intense debate and negotiation as well as interesting solutions to the world’s most pressing issues in a unique international atmosphere in MUN Albania 2019.

Enedia Oshafi
Project Manager

Eni has a Master’s degree in Information Systems from the University of Tirana. She is currently exploring the exciting field of Sales and Resource Management, both vast and complex dimensions of business, though she is not the typical person you’d expect to encounter in business.

She considers volunteering and advocating for different issues as elements that enrich and complement her experience as a human being while also making her a more responsible citizen of the world.

She loves her friends and loves making them laugh. She has deep appreciation of the small things in life, that can often have a large impact and exceed our expectations. That is what MUN is to her, it’s a pebble that causes a ripple, a cornerstone upon which we can build great things.

Eni has been part of UNYAA for a couple of years now, and she enjoys sharing her experience and skills with the younger members holding nothing back, because she truly believes some of them will soon be shaping the future of the world and that is a rather important mission.

Most of her free time she dedicates to UNYAA, but she won’t forget to catch a movie, go out for a walk, play with her cat, and travel as much as she can.

Juna Hicka
Project Assistant
Luca Tesei Li Bassi
Chairperson OSCE - Ministerial Council

Luca holds a bachelor’s degree in International Development and Cooperation and a master’s degree in International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs from the University of Bologna. He is an alumnus of the School of Excellence of the same university, and an MA graduate in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins University. At JHU, he specialized in gender studies, and defended his thesis discussing the Italian law on FGM/C. Once completed his studies, he worked for the Gender Advisor of EULEX, the EU mission for the rule of law in Kosovo. Currently, he is part of the Civil Society and Gender Unit of the OSCE Presence in Albania, where he is responsible for the youth portfolio.

Borana Pepa
Chairperson OSCE - Ministerial Council

Borana holds a Bachelor's degree Political  Science  and  is  currently pursuing  a  Master's  in  European Studies with specialisation in "Policy and Governance in Europe". She  works  as  the  local European Union coordinator in the Municipality  of  Mirdita.   In  this capacity she has organised various activities aiming youth engagement and involvement in decision-making, such as "Youth for the Municipality" and "Municipal councillor for a day". Furthermore, due to professional trainings provided by ASPA  and the Project "Municipalities for Europe", she has built a background in Public Communication, Project Cycle Management and The Implementation of EU grants. At the moment she is appointed to be the Project Coordinator of the Instrument for the Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) Cross- border project focused on women's empowerment in the regions of Mirdita and Ulcinj.She is engaged as a youth activist and leader in numerous initiatives and organisations both in Albania such as the Mirdita Youth Council, the National Youth Congress and at the regional level. She is also a member of the Youth Advisory Group of the OSCE Presence in Albania. 

Olsa Ramadani
Chairperson UN Women

Olsa Ramadani is a bachelor student currently studying to be a Medical Laboratory Technician at the Medical University of Tirana. Her participation in MUN started many years ago when she was a delegate and continued in many conferences. Olsa has been a team leader, a page and chair in MUN. Also has been part of many other programs such as Leader for a day and other conferences related to the medical field. Olsa loves volunteering and also engaging herself in different projects. Loves writing, cycling and reading.