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SHENNON SEQUEIRA

- SECRETARY GENERAL

Shennon Sequeira is a 18-year old student at Park House English School. She currently holds the position of Secretary General in PHESMUN V. This will be her fourth year in MUN and throughout those years she has found her inspiration, connection and passion to MUN through the plethora of individuals and stories that shine and emerge in conferences. Shennon holds a strong passion for world affairs and hopes to stress the importance of raising a voice rather than spectating in the shadows. Furthermore, she is grateful for her opportunities in MUN that have shaped her to become the individual she is today.

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NUHANSA WIJESURIYA

- DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL

Three years of MUN has lead to Nuhansa finding her passion for world affairs and helping shed light on the atrocities we live amongst. She is incredibly humbled by the opportunity to be the Deputy Secretary General of her last PHESMUN conference and is excited at the prospect of creating a platform for the youth in Qatar. Nuhansa is thankful that she is able to make her mark on behalf of the PHESMUN conference and aims to inspire individuals to raise their voices. She hopes to share the knowledge she’s gained from this community to catalyse change for the better.

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IRENE YANG - HEAD OF ADMINISTRATION

Irene Yang is a South Korean student who attends Park House English School and has a strong passion for global affairs. She has been an active participant in MUN and other public speaking events. Irene has attended many MUN conferences and has achieved many executive team positions including DPGA of THIMUN. She strongly wishes to further excel in her journey of understanding global affairs.

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MICHAEL BERENDT - HEAD OF TRAINING

Following another eventful year of guiding the PHES debate team across the seven seas and back, comprising of organising two externally recognised conferences with Qatar Debate, this colourful person has proven to be a bright fundamental in maintaining Park House’s reputation in the world of debate. But as a means of further drawing attention to the recent outbursts of absurd diplomats and irrational international affairs, Michael has set his sights on arming the brave, bold hearts of PHES students to combat and resolve the rough war grounds of MUN. Michael couldn’t be more grateful for the position he’s been granted and can’t wait to lead the next generation of PHES delegates into the light as the newly appointed Head of Training.

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ZOYA SALAHUDDIN - SENIOR PRESS ADVISOR

Five years deep into her MUN career, Zoya takes on the role of Senior Press Advisor at PHESMUN, after growing tirelessly from the position of a journalist to the Head of the Press Team. She is utterly grateful to have such exceptional opportunities presented to her, and is no short of prepared to guide the PHES Press Team one more time through the toils and troubles of another intense, yet rewarding PHESMUN Conference. Her excitement is fully appropriate, as the upcoming PHESMUNV Conference is guaranteed to be the best yet, and Zoya is truly honoured to be such a vital part of it all.

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AMEESHA JABIR

- HEAD OF PRESS

Ameesha is a year 12 student at Park House English School and is current head of press at PHES-MUN. She is a passionate journalist and has been a member of the press covering stories and writing articles about global, financial and economic issues for the last two years. Ameesha has always enjoyed sharing her views and voicing her opinions on different topics through various forms of expression, her most loved being that of writing. Leading the press team will be an excellent opportunity to share the skills and knowledge she has gained to future leaders of the media world.

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AANYA RUPASINGHE

- DEPUTY HEAD OF PRESS

Aanya is this year’s Deputy Head of Press. She has been a press member since year 10 and feels extremely honored to be representing Park House in this year’s conference. She is grateful for the experience she has been while being a member, as she has learnt many essential qualities such as; time management, problem solving and the ability to listen to, appreciate and respect new perspectives in any aspect of work she does. Moreover, she believes being a press member provides a unique platform for people to be creative in different ways.