Maria Fernanda Caceres
Hello mini delegates! I am thrilled to be part of your PANAMUN MMXIV experience! My name is Maria Fernanda Caceres, and I will be co-chairing the Middle School Human Rights Council this year. I was born in Caracas, Venezuela, but moved to Panama when i was just five years old. My interest for debate started after my first PANAMUN conference, where I visualized all the room for improvement ahead of me. It is gratifying to allow yourself to overcome your fears and step out of your comfort zone to become a better student, but most importantly, a well rounded person. Also, I have seen myself being more and more absorbed into current political events, as i think it is our responsibility as citizens of the world to formulate our own opinions! Looking back at the personal growth that I have accomplished throughout my High School experience, I must definitely give some credit to my involvement in debating. This said, PANAMUN and debating in general, will hopefully spark different interest and self realizations for you all.
I am thrilled to unveil what you all have been preparing to bring to the debate, since MS committees have gained an admirable reputation from last year´s conference. I am also excited to moderate a conference that will produce fructiferous experiences for all, because they will unravel into forming incredible debaters. Without a doubt, Santiago and I are committed to our delegates every step of the way, to allow you to impress us with your full potential! See you at the conference!
Welcome delegates! My name is Santiago Tovar and I will be the chair for the middle school human rights committee. I am currently a senior at the international school of panama. I was born in Mexico but Panama has been my home for over 8 years. This is my fourth and sadly last Panamun but my overall 9th MUN Conference, In my free time I enjoy reading, drawing listening to music and hanging out with my friends. I am also super excited to get to meet all of you and make your first PANAMUN experience unforgettable.