Grace is a proud member of the Class of 2017 in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, majoring in International Political Economy. Born in Seoul, Korea but raised in Las Vegas, Grace has always had an inclination for international affairs, prompting her to pursue her undergraduate studies in the nation's capital. At Georgetown, she is involved in the nationally ranked Model UN team, the Social Innovation and Public Service Fund, and economic research. Within Georgetown Model United Nations, Grace has been on the Secretariats of both NAIMUN and NCSC, was the Executive Director of NCSC XLIII, and now serves as NCSC ED Emerita on the GIRA Board of Directors. This past summer, she interned at Morgan Stanley in the Fixed Income Sales & Trading division and is excited to return full time after graduation.
Chair, Lok Sabha
Rachel Morota is an international relations enthusiast hailing from the sunny seaside city of Sydney. She is in her final year at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, where she majors in International Politics with a concentration in Security Studies. Her interests include Middle Eastern security, non-state actors, and cybersecurity. Rachel has been heavily involved in the International Relations Club and staffed Model UN conferences throughout her time at Georgetown. She also mentors young women, attempts to dance, and naps at every given opportunity.
Chair, UN Women
Isabelle Smith is a member of the class of 2020 in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and is pursuing a major in International Politics with a concentration in Foreign Policy. She was born and raised in Kansas City, where she participated in Speech and Debate for four years as well as multiple community service organizations. In Model United Nations she has served as a crisis analyst for a NASA/CNSA Joint Crisis Committee and staffed the executive side. She is also involved in Georgetown Women in Leadership.
My name is Rohit Tallapragada, and I will be your Chair for the International Cricket Council. I’m a senior in Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, studying International Politics. I have an interest in American foreign policy in the Middle East, particularly in security and terrorism-related issues, as well as domestic politics. In my spare time I enjoy playing the piano and acting like a tourist around DC monuments. My parents are from south India and I have not been back to India in 17 years, so I'm thrilled to visit with this conference!