Sayeh Kohani is a senior at the Bishop’s School and currently serves as Co Secretary-General of the team. From a young age, Sayeh has had a passion for international relations and trans-national diplomacy. She has campaigned for gubernatorial candidates and volunteers at Tahirih Justice, a non-profit that provides legal assistance for gender-based asylum. Sayeh wishes to pursue public health, specifically focusing on waterborne diseases. She recently developed a system to purify contaminated water in the hopes of reducing cholera, typhoid and other WBDs. Outside of MUN, Sayeh loves Speech and Debate, baking and hiking. Sayeh is excited for this year’s conference and looks forward to your innovative solutions!
Simran Deokule is a senior at the Bishop's School and is very excited to be Co-Secretary General of this year’s conference. She first joined MUN in 8th grade and has loved it ever since. She has been to multiple conferences, ranging from local conferences to the International Harvard MUN conference. She is always fascinated by the power of diplomacy and conversation. It is a hard skill that must be practiced, and she applauds all of you taking on the challenge of diplomacy. She is personally very interested in humanitarian aid, especially in places where human rights are impinged on. Outside of MUN, she is involved in performing arts like Theater, singing, piano, and Odissi Dance. She wishes everyone at this year's conference good luck!
Sydney Gray is a junior at the Bishop's School, and has enjoyed participating in Model United Nations since her freshman year of high school. This is her third year as a part of the KnightsMUN team, serving on the dais of the Shipbreaking Committee her freshman year and as the chair of the ECOSOC Committee her sophomore year. She has a special interest in sustainability committees as well as historical crisis committees. Apart from MUN, she is a tennis player and dancer. She is very excited to see how delegates at this year's conference work together to come up with solutions to pressing issues and problems in global affairs.
Esha Kashyap is a junior at the Bishop's School who has participated in Model United Nations since seventh grade. She loves being part of MUN because of her passion for debate and diplomacy; she feels it is very important for our generation to encourage discussion about prominent global issues so that we can start working towards developing innovative solutions to help improve the world for ourselves and those who come after us. Her specific interests within MUN is the enforcement of rights for oppressed populations, such as women and refugees. Apart from MUN, Esha enjoys surfing, playing piano, and participating in speech and debate.
Rachel Waite is a Junior at The Bishop’s School, and has enjoyed participating in Model United Nations since eighth grade. She loves MUN because it is one of the best ways to acquire in-depth awareness of global affairs. Within MUN, she is most interested in political conflicts and warfare, as well as historical simulations. In addition to MUN, Rachel plays golf and lacrosse. She is a black belt in karate, and enjoys studying wartime history. Knight’s MUN is going to be a ton of fun, and she is so excited to hear everyone’s thoughts and ideas. Her main goal throughout this conference is to manifest global consciousness and emphasize that delegates' ideas have real weight.
Timmy Kelly is a sophomore at the Bishop's School and has been a part of MUN at Bishops for 3 years. During this time, he has served on the Security Council at USD JMUN, the Legal Committee at HMUN, the Security Council at last year's Knightsmun, and the OPCW at TritonMUN. Timmy enjoys MUN because it helps him gain an understanding for global politics and public speaking. Outside of MUN, Timmy is a goalkeeper on his club soccer team. He looks forward to hearing delegates debate the most current issues facing the world.
Tommy Sottosanti is a sophomore at the Bishop's School and has participated in MUN since freshman year. 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.