Special Thanks

ACUNS has benefited from the support of numerous individuals who have volunteered to provide practical assistance at very little or no cost to the organization. ACUNS leadership would like to publicly express its gratitude to these individuals for their contributions.

Peter D. Trooboff and Elizabeth Z. Reale | Covington & Burling, LLP
In 2022, Peter Trooboff, Senior Counsel, and Elizabeth Reale, Associate at Covington & Burling, LLP, began to provide pro-bono legal assistance to ACUNS. They assisted ACUNS with the establishment of a hosting agreement with Georgetown University. More information about Covington is available here.

William Cooke | Simplicity Designs
In 2020 and 2021, Will Cooke, Director of IT at Simplicity Designs, provided extensive pro-bono assistance to ACUNS as it established itself as an independent nonprofit organization and developed a new website. Will worked to ensure a smooth transfer of necessary data and information to the new website developers, and provided a complete archive of the old website for posterity. More information about Will and Simplicity is available here.

Andy Freed | Virtual Inc.
CEO of an accredited association management company, Andy made numerous introductions to assist ACUNS in finding the right solutions and information for its operations. More about Andy Freed and Virtual Inc. is available here.

Jana Jurukovska | Tinkeringz Studio
In January 2021, Jana Jurukosvka, an independent graphic designer, designed a new ACUNS logo and website banner pro bono. In doing so, she provided a fresh visual identity for ACUNS as it established itself as an independent nonprofit organization. The new logo clearly communicates the mission of ACUNS – to develop scholarship and knowledge on the UN system. For more information about Jana and her work, please visit her studio webpage here.

Andrew Morton | Handler Thayer, LLP
Andrew Morton is Partner at Handler Thayer, LLP, and Chair of the Sports and Entertainment Law Practice in Washington DC. Among other tasks, Andrew enabled ACUNS to establish itself as an independent nonprofit organization registered in the State of New York under section 501(c)(3) of the United States federal tax code. For more information about Andrew and his work, you can access his profile here.