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Martina Garzonio

Hi delegates! My name is Martina Garzonio and I’m currently a senior at ISP (International School of Panama). I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and lived there for nine years. Later, I moved to La Paz, Bolivia and finally relocated to Panama in 2018. This is my 10th MUN conference and my third time chairing one. All of these MUN experiences have been very fruitful, eye-opening, and bettered my public speaking and writing skills. Outside of debate I’m a swimmer at ISP. I’m really excited to meet you all and share an amazing experience in this PANAMUN XXXI session. Do not hesitate to email me for any questions that may arise in the preparation process. I look forward to meeting you all in October in what will be a great conference!

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Camila Bianco

Hello, delegates! I hope you are as excited as I am about PANAMUN XXXI.  My name is Camila Bianco, and I have the honor of being one of the MS World Health Organization chairs. I am currently a junior at the International School of Panama. I was born in Panama and have lived here my entire life, and I speak both Spanish and English. I love going to the beach, hanging out with friends, and singing. When I was in Middle School, I had no idea that MUN even existed. In 9th grade, I participated in PANAMUN XXIX and immediately decided I wanted the debate to be a part of my life. In my 10th-grade year, I participated in MUN Impact, and Diplomacy Club, and when the time came, in PANAMUN XXX, I won the Best Research Award! I believe that all Middle School students should not miss the fun and excitement that comes with debate, and it is my goal to ensure that they enjoy this incredible experience!

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Valentina Guardia

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