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Jimena Camargo

Hello Delegates! My name is Jimena Camargo, and I am currently a Junior at the International School of Panama. I’m so excited and honored to be one of your chairs for PANAMUN XXXI in the United Nations Security Council! I was born in Caracas, Venezuela, but since my dad is from Bogotá I also consider myself Colombian. I have lived in Panama for around 13 years, therefore I have been at ISP for all of my life. Aside from participating in PANAMUN, some of my hobbies include reading, listening to music, traveling, and going to the gym with my friends. Although this will only be my third PANAMUN conference, my past experiences have definitely been unforgettable and I am looking forward to making this the best year yet! MUN and debating is an amazing way to meet new people and develop new skills that are fundamental and will help you grow as a person. I am extremely excited to meet all of you. My co-chairs and I will make sure that this year's conference will be memorable, controversially insighting, and fun!


Hello delegates, my name is Felipe da Paixão, and I am delighted to be your chair in PANAMUN XXXI for the MS UNSC committee. I am a senior at the International School of Panama. This will be my sixth MUN Conference and the third time being a chair. I am a middle school diplomacy club head where I teach ISP’s middle school delegates about debate and PANAMUN. I was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, so it should come as no surprise that one of my hobbies is soccer. Additionally, I have lived in four different countries: Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, and Panama. Therefore, I speak three languages fluently: English, Portuguese, and Spanish. I enjoy debate and MUN conferences because it allows me to investigate global issues and explore points of view different from mine. I started my journey as a delegate in sixth grade, and it has been one of the highlights of my academic journey. Outside of school, I enjoy playing soccer & volleyball as well as working on innovation, entrepreneurship, and design projects. PANAMUN 31 will be my third and final year being a chair, and so I hope we can all have a lot of fun debating!

Felipe DaPaixão


Hello Delegates! My name is Diego Henesy, and I am extremely excited to be your chair for this year's PANAMUN! I am currently a junior (C24)  in high school, but by the time the conference begins, I will be a senior. I have been a part of the MET’s MUN club for 2 years now, having my first MUN experience at PANAMUN. Ever since my first conference, I have been constantly looking for new and exciting opportunities to be part of even more MUN-related conferences! I was a delegate at Panamun twice, and once at METMUN, with my second experience including me in the secretariat, being a head of delegates. I was born and raised in Panama, but my family is from Argentina. I love football, and basketball, with my favorite teams being Napoli, and the Denver Nuggets. I am super excited to be your chair for this conference, and I look forward to not only meeting all of you, but also listening to your creative, and interesting ideas. 

Diego Henesy

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