Chuck Roberts currently works as a Paralegal for Linklaters, LLP in their New York Mainstream Corporate Group. Prior to this he worked as a fundraiser for Governor Mitt Romney's presidential campaign after graduating from Columbia University in the City of New York, majoring in Political Science. Upon graduation, Roberts served as Secretary-General of Global Classrooms International Model United Nations conference at UN Headquarters in New York. While at Columbia, he served as Head Delegate of the university's Model United Nations team, Executive Director of College Republicans, an actor in King's Crown Shakespeare Troupe, a Resident Adviser, and a leader of the Undergraduate Recruitment Committee. In 2010 he also served as Executive Director of the Millennium Campus Conference, hosted at Columbia, which welcomed 1,000 students and numerous international leaders and scholars in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the Millennium Development Goals. During the summers he pursued internships in the United States Senate, on a US Senate campaign, and with a think-tank in Washington D.C. He presently serves on the Alumni Council of Mercersburg Academy, the Columbia College Young Alumni Association Board of Directors, and the Young Alumni Fund Advisory Board of Columbia College. Originally from central Pennsylvania, Roberts has been participating in Model United Nations since his first year of high school and plans to attend law school in the US beginning in 2015.
Michael Mitchell is a bachelor’s degreecandidate at Harvard University concentrating in Social Studies, a field combining social theory, government, and economics. His academic interests center on international relations and philosophy, and he has a particular passion for the study of Iran, ethics, and literature. He has participated in Model UN as a delegate since his first year of high school, and has served on the staff of eight Harvard conferences around the globe. Michael’s involvement in international affairs at Harvard has reached beyond Model UN. From 2012-2013 he served as one of two Editors-in-Chief of the Harvard International Review, Harvard University’s premier international affairs magazine, on which he had previously served as a writer and an editor. In addition, he was elected to two terms on the Board of Directors of the Harvard International Relations Council. Before going to Harvard, Michael grew up in a small town north of New York City. He has completed internships in government at the county, state, and federal levels, including in the Executive Chamber of New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. He has also worked in Washington, DC, where he served as a research intern at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. After completing his junior year at Harvard, Michael has taken a year off to further explore his academic and professional interests. He is currently a Teaching Fellow for“Central Challenges of American National Security, Strategy, and the Press,” a course offered by HarvardX.
My name is Mahammad Mamishzadeh. I was born in Ganja city. In 2011 I entered Baku State University, International Relations faculty and currently I am doing the 3rd year of my bachelor degree in Baku. Behind the selection of this faculty is my overall interest in diplomacy, foreign countries, various cultures and behaviors. This was somehow influenced by my keen interest in music, regardless of which country it belongs to. Having a big family, I love noisy places and communicating with people. Therefore during my university years I participated in many conferences, projects, attended courses in order to augment my personal and professional skills and simultaneously be an active part of society.In my free time I love strolling, playing music, reading books or kick-boxing. I consider myself a result-oriented person, aimed to achieve specific goals of the university of life. My main goal is to explore my undiscovered potential!