Welcome to our living archive of previous iterations of CENEX. Each annual CENEX executive committee should rely on lessons learned from the previous simulations to design a more effective and enjoyable event for future participants. CENEX participants can review previous simulations to familiarize themselves with the method in which the simulation is conducted.
The archive will be updated every year so everyone involved in CENEX can use it as a resource.
CENEX was founded in 2011 by four, second-year MA candidates at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.
Clarissa graduated from Korbel with an MA in International Security and a Certificate in Humanitarian Assistance. Prior to Korbel, she attended the University of Washington, where she earned a BA in Cultural Anthropology. She received her officer's commission into the U.S. Air Force in 2001 and served as a mission support officer until 2007.
Clarissa currently serves as an international trade specialist in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Trade Promotion, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.
Leah earned her BA in Criminology from the University of Minnesota Duluth before getting her MA in International Security from the Korbel School. Before attending Korbel, Leah gained valuable experience working within the fields of criminal prosecution, criminal defense and corrections.
Leah is currently in Washington, D.C., working on projects relating to transnational crime and security.
Shane Eric-Eugene Hensinger
Shane graduated from Josef Korbel School with an MA in International Security. Shane earned his BA in International Studies from New York University as a University Honors Scholar.
Shane also has extensive experience in information technology, having worked on many projects involving high-level wireless data training, project management, and consulting for various firms including T-Mobile, Nokia, Palm and Orange Switzerland. He currently lives in San Francisco, Calif., where he consults with private clients on issues of political risk and simulation design and implementation.
Before earning her MA at the Korbel School in International Studies (with concentrations in Central Asian security and development), Amelia received her BA in Political Science and Global Studies from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Amelia has had several experiences living, working and studying overseas. She is currently in Washington, D.C., working on projects relating to disaster reduction and recovery for the World Bank.