The host team: Pride Perú
The Secretariat of Harvard National Model United Nations Latin America 2018 is honored to be hosting the seventh session in partnership with our exceptional and dedicated host team, Promotora Internacional de Debates (PRIDE Perú).
Promotora Internacional de Debates (PRIDE Perú) was founded two years ago. Its founding members each have over ten years of experience in debate and Model United Nations, having participated in conferences, trained high school and university MUN teams, and planned several MUN conferences. Since its inception, PRIDE Perú has dedicated itself to promoting the educational impact of Model UN, within Perú and beyond. They have organized the largest and most competitive Model UN conferences in the country and trained an extremely successful competitive Model UN team.
Maria del Pilar Lindley Esteves
Pili is an industrial engineer from Universidad de Lima and a passionate MUNer. Pili joined MUN in 2011, competing in more than five international conferences and participating as an organizer and staff member in several others. Although she loves competing and training, she prefers exceeding people´s expectations by running exceptional conferences. Her success in conferences, such as LiMUN and VMMUN, has created a strong impact in the Peruvian MUN community.
Franco V. Nicolini Barco
Franco graduated as a lawyer from Universidad de Lima in 2010. Since then, he has been negotiating with clients and judges while debating in courts and tribunals. When Franco joined MUN in 2014 as a Faculty Advisor, he found that he could teach these skills to young students and help them grow as delegates. In the past four years, he has devoted himself to better develop MUN.
Gustavo A. Taboada Dusek
Tabo is a graduated lawyer from Universidad de Lima and currently pursuing a Masters in Finance and Corporate Law at Universidad Esan. He joined MUN in 2008, and after competing two times, he developed a passion for education. Since then, he has been a Faculty Advisor for several teams and delegations. Firmly believing that MUN is a powerful tool for education, Tabo works tirelessly to promote MUN in Peru to expand its reach to every Peruvian.