JN Hall of Fame
This page archives the greatest to ever sit in the General Assembly of the Joined Nations since its birth in 2010. Remember their names and honor them. For they are the greatest the Joined Nations has ever seen.
Annual Winners and Leaders
Each year in the JN, the three nations with the most wealth at the end of the school year are declared winners and receive a significant prize for their achievement. Below are all the winners and leaders in the history of the JN.
Most Outstanding Nation Award
This award recognizes the ambassador who made the most significant contributions to the JN during the year. Winners are nominated by Mr. Brunken and then voted on by the General Assembly.
2022-2023: Ken Lin (Russia)
2021-2022: Hung-yu Chen (Russia)
2020-2021: Hung-yu Chen (Ukraine)
2019-2020: Ellen Lee (Ireland)
2018-2019: Ellen Lee (Mexico)
2017-2018: Leo Lin (India)
2016-2017: Jacqueline Wu (Mexico)
2015-2016: Matthew She (Russia)
2014-2015: Audrey Lin (Italy)
2013-2014: Jerry Chen (Australia)
Most Improved Nation Award
This award recognizes the ambassador with the most improved performance in the JN since the previous year. Winners are nominated and voted on by the General Assembly.
2022-2023: Joel Tsai (Greece)
2021-2022: Melody Wei (Japan)
2020-2021: Hung-chun Chen (Nigeria)
2019-2020: Hung-yu Chen (China)
2018-2019: Rainie Wang (Russia)
2017-2018: Eugene Chiu (U.K.)
2016-2017: Josh Lung (China)
2015-2016: Lulu Lin (China)
2014-2015: Jacqueline Wu (Botswana)
2013-2014: Kris Tsai (South Korea)
Rookie of the Year
This award is for first your JN members only. It recognizes the first-year ambassador who exhibited the most significant contributions to the JN that year. Winners are nominated and voted on by the General Assembly.
2022-2023: Orson Lee (Belarus)
2021-2022: Ken Lin (Turkey)
2020-2021: Jason Lin (Algeria)
2019-2020: Hung-chun Chen (Egypt)
2018-2019: Sabrina Brunken (Thailand)
2017-2018: Hung-yu Chen (Saudi Arabia)
2016-2017: Ellen Lee (Jordan)
2015-2016: Jefferson Wu (Colombia)
2014-2015: Jacob Cheng (Israel)
2013-2014: Wendy Hsiao (Thailand)