Group photo taken immediately after the first open-meeting of the year with the board members dutifully wearing their masks in full compliance with anti-Covid safety measures.
The new members of the European Generation's board have been asked to write a few words about themselves to help old and new members to get to know them better. These are their origin stories.
Madam President Giulia Comelli
I’m a 22-years-old Italian student of the Master in Politics and Policy Analysis. I am originally from Vicenza, a small but cute city next to Verona, and moved to Milan to study for my bachelor in economics at Bocconi. I joined European Generation already in my first year because I was - a bit naively - in love with the concept of the EU. The association made me grow personally and now I can say I’m less naive but still very hopeful for the European project. The topics that interest me the most are ecological sustainability and civil rights, but I’m in general passionate about discussing current events or issues with my fellow students or anyone interested, and I found EG to be the perfect place for me. I was originally a member of the Events division and last year I was chosen as vice president. I’m so very excited to be the president of the association this year!
Madam Vice President Hanna Gesang
Hello everyone, I am Hanna, this year’s Vice-President of European Generation. I am currently in the final year of my bachelor in International Politics and Government here at Bocconi. After stumbling into an open meeting of European Generation during my first semester, I have gone from being a member of the