Sajid is entering his 2nd year of studies at the Schulich School of business with an international BBA degree. He first got involved with debating at the high school level in grade 12, where he participated in MUN conferences achieving a total of 3 gavels. He was involved in a few municipal projects at the time such as CareerCon, a TDSB event that he and his team co-created with ward 18’s representative, Parthi Kandavel. His love for debating and municipal politics grew even larger in university, where he joined last year as a committee chair for Model City Hall. He now serves as the Co-Chair for Model City Hall and cannot wait to see the livelihood of delegates and their debating skills! He also has a strong passion in real estate being a salesperson and in playing basketball and chess.
Taylor DallinCo-Conference Chair
Ryan ChanLogistics Director
Ryan is currently in his grade 11 year at Bayview Secondary School. When he is not doing everyday human things such as sleeping and eating, you may find him reading the news or being the only one laughing after making his own bad pun. At Model City Hall, Ryan hopes to contribute his skills and knowledge gathered from Model UN, debate and various other experiences to support MCH’s goal of stimulating civic engagement with youth. He also likes to try new things, and has recently discovered the excellent combination of macaroni and cheese with ketchup.
Anjali MehindirattaAmbassador Coordinator
Mathias DosMarketing Director
Grace ParishCommittee Chair
Grace is a grade 11 student at the University of Toronto Schools. Grace’s studies greatly reflect her interests in international relations, public policy, and French, and she hopes to pursue these fields in university. However, Grace’s passions transcend the boundaries of the classroom, where she serves on the secretariat of both the Toronto Model United Nations as well as the Southern Ontario Model United Nations. Additionally, this past November, Grace travelled to New York to compete in the World Mock Trial Championships. On her breaks, Grace works at the Royal Ontario Museum day camp and enjoys dance, playing bit life, and hanging out with her friends.
Cole SchankulaCommittee Chair
Cole is grade 11 currently studying as a part of the AP program at Central Peel SS. After coming to high school, he realised that his passion for disagreeing with people for no reason could possibly be put to good use, and joined the MUN team in his sophomore year. He loves all things politics and is involved in multiple activist organizations, including the Liberalist International Association. All in all, he’s ecstatic to be one of your committee directors for MCH 2019 and can’t wait to rule all of your motions dilatory.
Jacky LeeCommittee Chair
Pradnaya PathakOutreach Coordinator
Pradnaya Pathak, Outreach Coordinator, is currently in grade 11 at University of Toronto Schools. She is very engaged in Model United Nations, and has attended multiple conferences and won 4 delegate awards. In addition to being an exec of MCH, Pradnaya is the Under-Secretary General of Marketing for Toronto Model United Nations and a Conference Training Executive for her school’s Model United Nations Society. Outside of MUN, Pradnaya participates in DECA, and is an exec for her school team. In her free time she enjoys reading, running, listening to podcasts, and hanging out with her friends and family. Pradnaya is looking forward to a great MCH 2019!
Justice TomlinsonSponsorship Coordinator
Justice first got involved in politics when he wrote for his school newspaper throughout high school, developing nuanced positions and a deeper appreciation for the political process. Currently taking a year off of academic studies, Justice is geared to attend UofT in 2019 to pursue studies in economics, political science, and psychology. Justice believes that the way forward is connecting youth to the political process by eliminating financial and social barriers at every level.