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Ana Queen

Hello, delegates! My name is Ana, I’m a senior at ISP, I’m from São Paulo, Brazil, and it is a great privilege to be your chair for this year’s PANAMUN. I have been at ISP for 10 years, and I love playing volleyball, listening to music, and fashion. Throughout these last 3 years of partaking in the PANAMUN conference as a delegate and an admin, I have acquired the best skills you could have: efficient communication and a strong sense of initiative. In 10th grade, I represented North Korea in CCPCJ; last year, I was the admin for CCPCJ (even though it was online); and now, it is more than an honor to fulfill a different role — the role of a Chair — for that same committee; the one that singlehandedly elevated my PANAMUN experience as a whole. I look forward to meeting all of you during this upcoming conference and hopefully, I can make this conference as fun for you as it has been for me.

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Mariana Moura

Hello delegates, welcome to PANAMUN XXXII! My name is Mariana Saquetti Moura and I am currently a senior at the Metropolitan School of Panama. I am looking forward to being one of this year’s chairs for CCPCJ! I am originally from Brazil, but I have lived in Switzerland for 6 years and this is my third year living in Panama. My MUN journey began in 10th grade when I attended METMUN IV as the delegate of the DRC for UNHRC. Since then, I have attended 4 conferences and have had great experiences, where I have significantly improved both my research and communication skills, while also learning about various world issues and collaborating effectively with others. In my free time, I enjoy listening to music, traveling and spending time with friends and family. I cannot wait to meet all of you! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or my co-chair.



Marina Vanderhoff

Hello! My name is Marina and I’m a senior at ISP. I am from Alaska but have lived in Morocco, Guatemala, and around Alaska before coming to Panama. I’ve been a part of the ISP community for 3 years now and I’m so excited to be a part of PANAMUN this year! I’ve participated in the past 3 PANAMUN conferences and enjoyed my time as a delegate, as well as my admin position in last year's very first online PANAMUN. My sparked interest in PANAMUN started 3 years ago when I participated in my very first-ever MUN conference;  PANAMUN XXIX. During this conference, I realized my love for PANAMUN and the engaging debate experience I experienced was truly memorable. I am thrilled to return once again as an admin for PANAMUN XXXIII and can’t wait to hear what everyone has to bring to the table at this year’s conference! Good luck and wish you all the best in this year's conference!

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