Revannth is currently working as a Data Scientist at Deloitte and is delighted to be the Chairperson of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Being a Computer Science student, Revannth appreciates the qualities of critical thinking, negotiation, and research that MUNS instil in a delegate and proactively helps students build these skills. Revannth has worked with the WHO offices to curate Data Analysis Pipelines and is also an integrated part of the South Indian Model United Circuit.
In Revannth's words, "A large number of people forget the fact that Model United Nations Conferences are academic simulations, and undermine the impact it has on one's growth. I wish to change this norm by ensuring a positive change in each delegate attending my committee"
Currently a second year Business Management student at University of British Columbia, Partesh has represented his school in various MUN conferences over the years. He is an enthusiastic learner and has proven to be resourceful in various situations. His friendly and welcoming nature will surely make the delegates at calm to freely express their concerns and policies on the agenda and gain immensely from the conference.
With an experience in economic committees in the Delhi-NCR MUN circuit, Riddhi has also been an avid debater and is a strong believer in the power of the spoken word. She is currently pursuing BBA and ultimately hopes to work towards holding corporations responsible in the race to build a sustainable world. Her inexhaustible knowledge in the field of economics and business make her an inspiring Executive Board member.