Hello, My name is Juan Diego Pariente. I am currently a Senior in the International School of Panama. I was born in Panama and I´ve lived here my entire life. I have been involved in MUN since the 8th grade, however this is my first year as a chair. Aside from debate, my other passions include, open water diving, and boxing. This year I´ve been given the honor to be a chair of the Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) in the upcoming PANAMUN XVIII conference. I am looking forward to meeting all of you, listening to your amazing innovative ideas, and help make this year´s PANAMUN conference one of the best to have ever been held. I assure you that I will be giving it my all in order to make this MUN experience the best you´ve ever had. I hope you are as excited as I am for this conference, and that you too come as prepared as possible.
Hello delegates of PANAMUN XXVIII! My name is Diego Madrigal and I will be your chair. I am currently a sophomore at the International School of Panama. I am originally from the United States but of Mexican and Japanese descent. I have lived in Mexico, Texas and since 8th grade, Panama. This will only be my second PANAMUN but I have been debating as early as 6th grade. Along with debating and discussing, I love to play tennis, looking for any investment opportunities big or small, and spending time with family. I cannot wait to hear all of the ideas that you the candidates have come up with to resolve the international issues that are at hand. I hope I will be able to help provide a great PANAMUN experience and look forward to being able to help you in your quest to resolve the issues. Have fun and good luck. Looking forward to meeting all of you at PANAMUN XXVIII!