Timmy Kelly is a senior at Bishop's and also the co-Secretary General. He has been doing MUN since 8th grade. He continues to devote time to MUN because he is passionate about international justice and tackling long-term global issues, from public health to climate action. Outside of MUN, he plays competitive soccer, and bakes a pretty solid chocolate chip cookie.
Tommy Sottosanti is a senior at the Bishop's School and a co-secretary general of the Knights MUN Conference. He has participated in MUN since JMUN in 8th grade. He loves being in MUN because it encourages problem solving and cooperation to solve a common issue. Outside of MUN, Tommy is an avid debater and volleyball player.
Iraj Moradi is a San-Diego-born student who has been a fan of MUN for many years. His joy of MUN was sparked in 8th grade in JMUN and has blossomed from there. Iraj Moradi, a senior as of now, has traveled to New York with his school, and to LA alone to go to MUN conferences, though his favorites are the one in San Diego. Iraj Moradi’s favorite subjects at school are probably government and physics. In the end Iraj James Moradi loves MUN for the sheer fact that it takes policy and international relations and makes it fun by including arguing and role playing, things Iraj enjoys to do for fun.
Miles McInerney is a senior at the Bishop’s School and has participated in Knight’s MUN since freshmen year. He enjoys MUN because he loves to discuss foreign policy and international relations, with a particular interest in the Middle East. Also, MUN allows him to do research at the UC San Diego library and scout for long lost books in the stacks. When he is not participating in MUN he enjoys rowing for the San Diego Rowing Club, writing poetry and reading Polandball.
Kira Tran is a senior at the Bishop’s School, and this is her third year with the Model United Nations team. She has participated in UN Women, UNICEF, UNPA, and the Korean Unification Summit at TritonMUN. As a technically minded person, she enjoys the many intricacies of addressing global issues in MUN.
Schuyler Capita is a junior at the Bishop's School and has been on the MUN team at Bishops for 3 years. He typically participates in Crisis Committees, and especially enjoys historical crises that require you to think outside the box. Schuyler does MUN because it gives a lot of insight into current and past issues. Apart from MUN, Schuyler is a keen debater, member of the Academic League team, and sails competitively.
Maddie Cayer is a sophomore at the Bishop’s School and has been on MUN at Bishops for 1 year, and JMUN at Bishop's for 1 year and at the Rhoades School for 1 year. During this, she has served on countless Historical Crisis Committees and Special committees. She was chair of the Allies committee at Knights MUN in 2018, and was in leadership for JMUN. Maddie enjoys JMUN because it helps her focus on international issues, problem solving, and learning more about history. Outside of MUN, Maddie is on the Speech and Debate team, Varsity Swim Team, and Varsity Cross Country Team for Bishop’s. She looks forward to hearing how delegates try to solve some of the most important historical and current global issues.