Hi delegates! My name is Ambar Brisky, and I am currently a senior at the International School of Panama. I am honored to be one of the chairs for the Commission and Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice committee in PANAMUN XXVII. I was originally born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where I lived for 7 years, after that, I moved to Barcelona where I lived for 2 years. Now, this will be my eighth year living in Panama City. My MUN experience started when I was a freshman, and since then my love for debating has grown. Thanks to debate, I have received many opportunities such as; speaking towards my beliefs and finding my voice in worldwide problems. Other than debating, I love playing sports such as soccer, golf, basketball and many others. I am extremely excited to meet all of you and make sure you have the best experience in PANAMUN. I wish you guys the best of luck, and I am looking forward to this year's conference.
Hello, fellow delegates, my name is Joaquin Tahta and I am currently a freshman at ISP this year. I am honored and thankful to be a chair in CCPCJ for the next panamun. I was born in Argentina in 2006 but before I was even 6 months old we moved to Medellin, Colombia. After 9 Years I moved to Panama. My first MUN Conference was in Seventh Grade, I got told by a friend who participated to try it out and I loved it. I have now done 4 conferences since and I hope that I can help and make your panamun experience better. I realized that debate taught me how to listen to multiple perspectives and take the best out of each situation. For me, MUN could be super important to every person because there will always be learning experiences. Apart from MUN, I love sports, I like to do Track and watch Tennis, Soccer, F1 and many more. I look forward to being a chair for Panamun XXVIII. I hope we can have a great Panamun together.