National Secretariat

Jeff Kiprop

Jeff Kiprop

Secretary General

Sum Jeff Kiprop is a 4th year student pursuing International Relations and Diplomacy at Riara University. He is honoured to be entrusted with the position of the Secretary General and excited to serve and lead the delegates with the values of accountability, transparency and teamwork as the guiding pillars. He also believes that together ,we, can take Kenya Model United Nations to greater heights. He is passionate and has had keen interest in the United Nations and Community development works since high school and looks to inculcate the latter in the youth as we look to make a positive change in the world we live in. His interests include Music, Sports and World Affairs. Therefore, he takes this opportunity to welcome you to the 20th Session of the Kenya Model United Nations.

Jael Jennifer Marereh

Jael Jennifer Marereh

Deputy Secretary General

Jael Jennifer Marereh, a senior student at Strathmore Law School, who’s passionate about diplomacy and volunteer work. For me, leadership is not simply about power and authority, it’s a choice. A choice to serve my people every day. A great leader is one who takes the time to create that conducive environment in which his or her people can be granted the opportunity to thrive and voice out their opinions and views and being able to balance all the surrounding circumstance. Leadership is neither a rank nor a position to have your visions actualized but a moment to have your visions and believes aligned with those who you serve. In that moment, you gain the trust and cooperation of those who look up to you for guidance and direction.

Elsie Candy Dulo

Elsie Candy Dulo

President of the General Assembly

Elsie Candy Dulo is a fourth year student of law at Kenyatta University, Parklands. Elsie has been a member of KenyaMUN for the last three sessions. She was a delegate during the 17th Session, a Committee Secretary for the PGA Bureau in the 18th Session and as a Committee Chair during the 19th Session. She previously served as the Under Secretary General for the KU Parklands chapter during the 18th KenyaMUN Session, during which her chapter was declared the best chapter over and above 16 other chapters. She was also declared the best chair during the 19th Session KenyaMUN Conference. Other than KenyaMUN, Elsie has also served as a leader in other youth organizations such as AIESEC in Kenyatta University, Kusol CU and Africa Youth Leadership Forum (AYLF). Elsie enjoys reading books (self-improvement especially) and watching telenovelas. She also takes keen interest in local and international politics. She believes that every person has something powerful within them that they should not hide from the world. Every child of God is meant to shine in his/her sphere of influence. Her favourite quote is by Marianne Williamson, from her book A return to Love, “…Your playing small doesn’t serve the world…” so no child of God should shrink (hence hide his/her power) just to make others feel secure.

Esther Kimani

Esther Kimani

Deputy President of the General Assembly

Esther is in her final year of law school at the University of Nairobi. Previously the USG - UON Parklands. She has also served as a student leader as Vice Chairperson of UON Parklands Campus. She is also very passionate about charity work and is currently the Legal Advisor to RAFIKI WA MTAA PADS AND PANTIES INITIATIVE which gives sanitary towels to street women. She's also a member of NIJALI FOUNDATION that creates mental health awareness. It's her aim to work under my PGA to improve the quality of debate in every delegates through creating a better understanding the rules of procedure and research work.

Sidney Tambasi

Sidney Tambasi

President of The International Court of Justice

Sidney Tambasi Netya is a third year Law student at Kenyatta University. He has been part of the ICJ for two consecutive years, first coming in as a mooter, then joining the Bureau, before being elected President of the Court for the 20th Session. His passion, dedication and commitment for ICJ is beyond peradventure as he is dedicated to commandeer it to much greater heights. Other than mooting and debating, he has developed interest in editing gained from working with Strathmore University Press. ICJ is in the safe caretaking of his visionary leadership, eagerness to learn and willingness to listen to and consult with the people he works with.

Sheryl Mboya

Sheryl Mboya

Deputy President of The International Court of Justice

Ms. Sheryl Mboya is the Deputy President of The International Court of Justice (ICJ). She is a third year student of law at Africa Nazarene University. She is an advocate for children rights having worked in Child Rights Advocacy with The Kenya Children Assembly(KCA), UNICEF as well as other organizations for the protection of children's rights. Coupled with this, Ms. Mboya has an unwavering interest in International Law and Diplomacy.

Samuel Mwendwa

Samuel Mwendwa

Chair of the International Law Commission

Samuel Mwendwa is a final year law student of Kenyatta University. He is very passionate about research and has overtime developed a ‘third eye’ of sorts for everything. He is extremely passionate about legal reforms and has pursued this interest since he joined law school and has since found a home in the ILC. He has nurtured this love over the years, acquiring vast experience through his tenure as a commissioner, head commissioner and now serving as your CILC. Samuel is eager to continue his favourite committee’s legacy and cannot wait to make the 20th Session an incredible experience for all Commissioners.

Grace Milunge

Grace Milunge

Vice Chair of the International Law Commission

Grace Mulinge is a 4th year law student at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. She is passionate about human rights and access to justice for all. Additionally, she is an environmental conservation enthusiast and is currently engaged in initiating environmentally friendly projects. KenyaMUN has given her not only the chance to express her views but also get inspiration on matters of International Law and Human Rights.

Michelle Oguya

Michelle Oguya

Finance Director

Currently in third year, pursuing a Bachelor of Commerce with a Double major in Finance and Marketing. She loves working with MUN because of the change that it adds to people's lives. And being part of MUN has been very rewarding. She loves music as well and can play some jigs on the violin as well. That being said...one could almost say that that strings her together.

Lavender Atsenga

Lavender Atsenga

Deputy Finance Director

I don't know any other way to lead but by example ~Don Shula As a 21 year old Mathematics and Computer Science student, Lavender is passionate about the involvement of youth in the society as well as their empowerment. Being a KenyaMUN member for the past two sessions has increased her passion towards this cause. As the Deputy Finance Director of the 20th session, she is excited to work with all the youth and make Kenya Model United Nations a greater and better platform for the youth.

Mustaqim Quadir

Mustaqim Quadir

Communications Director

Mustaqim is in the medical field, pursuing Dental Surgery at The University of Nairobi. He is a certified Dental Technologist, with an intensive CAD/CAM Digital Dentistry research, using Zirconia. He has skills in graphic management and communications with a decade's MUN experience. Manages and oversees all tasks involving the respective bureau. An active student leader, Chief Editor of African Dental Students Association, Head of Communications of Kenya Healthcare Students Summit and PR representative of Dental Students Association of Kenya. Has keen interest on current issues and serves as an impetus to positive change in society.

Deputy Communications Director

Deputy Communications Director

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Asma Kadri

Asma Kadri

Conference Director

Asma Kadri is a fourth year student at the Kenya Methodist University pursuing Bachelor in International Relations. She lives life with a goal of making every second count. Making memories and learning from these memories is what she enjoys most. She is the most positive person you will ever meet and always a friendly face among the crowd. She looks forward to a memorable session filled with fun and lots of memories.

Joy Ruguru Kabuchoru

Joy Ruguru Kabuchoru

Deputy Conference Director

Joy is a legal scholar who recently completed her Bachelor of Laws from Kenyatta University School of Law -Parklands campus. She is passionate and intentional about model United Nations and is committed in matters of global importance but more especially those that affect and in turn prevent the third world countries from climbing up the global ladder more specifically in terms of the realization and the respect of SDGs and MDGs.

Nasrudin Abdirashid

Nasrudin Abdirashid

Chief of Staff

Nasrudin Abdirashid is a law student at the University of Nairobi in his final year. He is interested in international relations, diplomacy, geopolitics and research work. He is the Chair of the Students Organization of Law and Diplomacy and a researcher at the Committee on Fiscal Studies. He is also an avid debater having won the East African University Debate Championships in 2019.

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