Hello, delegates! My name is Natalie Tiller. I am currently a junior at the international school of Panama. I was born in New York, but I've been raised in Panama for almost my entire life, being a student at this school for 12 years. I enjoy running, volleyball, reading, watching movies, and listening to music. Besides that, I love spending time with my friends. Debate was always something I was slightly interested in. However, it wasn't until I participated in my first MUN conference in 9th grade that It truly captured my attention. Since then, my interest and love for it have continued to grow. Hearing about the challenging experiences people go through daily inspired me to learn more and want to stand up and take action. This will be my first year chairing a conference. I look forward to being one of the Human Rights Council (HRC) chairs in PANAMUN XXX, a new beginning! If any of you guys have any concerns or questions, please don't be afraid to approach me. I'm looking forward to hearing your different voices and getting to know you during PANAMUN. I will do my best to make this conference a learning experience, however amusing and collaborative as well. I look forward to having this conference. Good luck!
Hey Delegates! I am Jean Kadadihi, a senior at ISP and I will be your chair for the Human rights council (HRC). I was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela, and lived there for 5 years, then I came to Panama in 2010. I have been in ISP since 2nd grade and my first participation in Panamun was in 9th grade. I am currently taking global politics HL and making the world a better place for everybody is truly one of my passions. I love to debate and encourage it when appropriate. As of my last experience in Panamun as a delegate, it was an honor to earn a diplomacy award. Sports are also one of my biggest passions and I play American football outside of school. I am really looking forward to meeting everyone and hearing solutions to real-world issues that people struggle with every day. I promise that the HRC committee is going to be full of healthy debate and competence among delegates that will further help everyone in our formations not only as debaters or chairs but as people. My best wishes and I hope to meet you all!