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Constantin Von Buchwald

Hello delegates! My name’s Constantin von Buchwald and I’m a senior here at the International School of Panama. It is my privilege to partake in your PANAMUN XXXII experience as a chair of the UNDP committee. MUN was just recently introduced to me in PANAMUN XXXI, and I found it to be an enticing, immersive, and excellent opportunity to express my passion for global issues and debate. I was born in Switzerland, but I’ve also lived in Peru and Panama. I speak 4 languages and frequently travel around the globe. In my free time, I love writing, watching movies, and hanging out with my friends and family. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns, and I look forward to an enriching debate delegates!


Joao Silva

Hello, delegates! My name is João Silva, I am currently a senior at the International School of Panama. I feel honored to be part of the PANAMUN XXXII conference as a chair for the United Nations Development Program. I was born in Brazil and lived there for the first 14 years of my life before moving to Panama in 2021. That same year, I was a delegate for PANAMUN XXIX, which was my first time ever being a delegate. During my first conference, I felt very nervous and was not able to participate in insightful debates. As the conference proceeded I was able to gain confidence and take the most out of the conference. I think PANAMUN is an amazing opportunity to connect to current global issues and have interactions with many different people from all different places. It is an amazing opportunity to be a chair for this committee and I will try my best to provide all delegates a delightful experience. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact me! I am looking forward to meeting all of you, see you at the conference!


Antonella Aznar    


Hello, my name is Antonella Aznar and I am so thrilled to be a part of Panamun XXXII! I am currently a Junior in high school, and have participated debate ever since the 5th grade, where I participated in a mock MUN.  I was born in the United States but lived in Venezuela for my entire life. I became a part of the International School of Panama since I arrived in Panama City in the first grade. I enjoy staying engaged in school activities, PANAMUN being just one of many. This year will be my first year taking part in PANAMUN staff and I am thrilled to see what this conference will bring me. I have always looked up debating and I am thrilled to see how I will grow my skills throughout this conference. I am extremely eager to meet all the delegates who will participate in this extraordinary conference. Let's make this the best experience for everyone!

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