Hello, my name is Edward Kim, and I am currently a senior at the International School of Panama. I have passed my childhood in Mexico, and this is my third year living in Panama. I have started to be deeply involved in PANAMUN since 10th grade, and this year I have the honor and privilege to be the Chair of the United Woman Committee. Hopefully, you all are as eager as I am in preparing for and experiencing PANAMUN XXVIII. As this year's theme will be about the power of a story, I am truly excited to hear all the fantastic and extraordinary stories that all of you, delegates, have to tell. 

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Greetings delegates! My name is Cecilia Loyola and I’m currently a junior at the American School of Rio de Janeiro (EARJ). This year, I will have the honor of serving as visiting chair at PANAMUN’s United Nations Women Committee II. Ever since starting MUN in sixth grade I’ve found great value in this activity. It has helped me hone my ability to think critically and come up with creative solutions. MUN has helped me discover many passions such as foreign affairs and public speaking through the study of current and historical events. Since then I’ve attended 5 conferences, as a delegate and chair, and served in the leadership team for MUN Impact. Outside of debate you can find me playing soccer, watching Netflix, procrastinating over upcoming deadlines, and surfing. I also enjoy writing, learning languages, and reading. In my committee, I hope to see a high level of debate, meaningful discussions, and a lot of fun. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions at cloyola@earj.com.br. I am beyond excited to have this opportunity and look forward to seeing you all at the conference!