Former GUM Secretary positions

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The Grand Unified Micronational between March 2014 and June 2015 included three positions with the title of Secretary amongst its staff.

After the dissolution of the Security Council and Advancement Council in 2013 and 2014 respectively, three secretarial positions were established by Quorum on 13 March 2014. The Secretary for Security and Community Affairs was to continue the work of the Security Council, whereas the Secretary for Culture and Education and the Secretary for Science and Research were to continue the work of the Advancement Council. These three positions were abolished in June 2015 upon the organisation transitioning into a formal discussion group, and were not re-established upon its return to organisation status the following year.

Secretary for Security and Community Affairs

Jonathan I, longest serving Security Secretary

Considered a successor to the Security Council, the role of the Secretary for Security and Community Affairs was to ensure peace is maintained both within the GUM and in the micronational community at large. Founded in March 2014, it was abolished upon the organisation entering into dormancy in 2015, and has not been re-established.

A list of Secretaries for Security and Community Affairs is as follows:

Secretary for Culture and Education

Richard I, twice and final Culture Secretary

Considered to be carrying on part of the work of the Advancement Council, the Secretary for Culture and Education was responsible for coordinating the various cultural and educational projects of the GUM, such as the establishment of libraries and the like. Founded in March 2014, it was abolished upon the organisation entering into dormancy in 2015, and has not been re-established.

A list of Secretaries for Culture and Education is as follows:

Secretary for Science and Research

John Gordon, first Science Secretary

Considered to be carrying on part of the work of the Advancement Council, the Secretary for Science and Research was responsible for coordinating the scientific endeavors of the GUM. Founded in March 2014, it was abolished upon the organisation entering into dormancy in 2015, and has not been re-established.

A list of Secretaries for Science and Research is as follows: