Jonas Bordet

Assistant President

of the


John F. Kennedy School

Dear Delegates, 

I am so excited to be the Assistant President of ECOSOC! The economic and social impact of cryptocurrencies is not only apparent since the collapse of the cryptocurrency exchange FTX: Their use for criminal activity, high volatility, and ecological footprint are prompting more and more governments to ban the technology. At the same time, they offer low transaction costs and the potential for spectacular returns. On an international level, it is up to the United Nations to enact policies that ensure sustainable development, not economic and social turmoil, by regulating cryptocurrencies. I am eager for your resolutions to address these issues.

I have participated in multiple Model United Nations conferences already and in all these years, my chairs always supported me and other delegates. As a chair, I will do the same for you. I believe my responsibilities extend beyond ensuring orderly debate. I am here to assist each of you individually, whether in preparing your resolutions or delivering speeches. Feel free to contact me over the platform – I am glad to answer your questions.

Besides MUN, I am part of my school’s swim team and an active member of the student council. There, I gained experience chairing meetings and committees. I am in 11th grade and 16 years old.

I can’t wait to meet you at the conference!


Jonas Bordet

Assistant President of ECOSOC 

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