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Fédération Internationale de Football Association


Cristina Arias

Hello delegates! My name is Cristina Arias. I am currently a Sophomore at the International School of Panama. I was born in Mexico City and came to Panama in 2019. I am proud to say I will be one of the chairs for PANAMUN XXXI in the FIFA committee.  My first MUN conference was in middle school, and it was an experience I will never forget. Even though I felt uneasy in the beginning, it opened my eyes to the world of debate and I ended up thoroughly enjoying the experience. Since then, I have formed part of many more MUN conferences as a delegate. I am looking forward to fulfilling the role of being a chair for FIFA I and am determined to make it the best conference yet. Outside of debate I enjoy traveling, skiing and baking. I also have a passion for ballet and have competed in several international competitions. I am excited to meet all of you and hope to facilitate meaningful discussions on the pressing issues facing our world today. Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions!


Filippo Lockwood

Hello Delegates! My name is Filippo Lockwood and I am a senior at the International School of Panama. If you are currently reading this, you likely are a delegate wondering about FIFA! If so, I will have the honor of being your chair for this year's edition of the conference, PANAMUN XXXI. On a more personal note, I was born in Venice, Italy, and have since lived in 6 different countries on 4 different continents. In my free time, I love playing basketball, listening to music, and hanging out with my friends. In my first conference, I was the Delegate of China in UNDP and since then I have grown very fond of debating. As the son of a mother who works at the UN, I greatly understand and appreciate the opportunity that PANAMUN gives students. PANAMUN is not only a unique opportunity to tackle the world's most pressing issues, but it encourages collaboration and the development of leadership skills which are sure to aid all in future endeavors. From this PANAMUN experience, I ask that all Delegates enter with an open mind and with the willingness to collaborate. For any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact or speak to either me or my co-chair. I look forward to meeting you all and to a fruitful and most importantly fun debate!



Gabriel Naor

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