Zubeni Ngullie currently holds a position as a Lecturer under the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Nagaland. Simultaneously, she is pursuing her PhD in Education. Noteworthy accomplishments have marked her academic journey, as she has successfully completed her MA, D.EL.ED, B.Ed, and M.Ed degrees. She was awarded a gold medal for her outstanding performance in M.Ed in 2020, recognizing her exceptional academic achievements.
Zubeni embarked on her journey with NEIMUN in 2016, where she joined as a delegate and was recognized with the Best Delegate Award. In 2017, she joined the NEIMUN Secretariat as part of the Conference Management team and now as a member of the Executive Board.
Deep Shankar Nath has served as an Ambassador to Kazakhstan, representing India at the Youth Exchange Programme Kazakhstan in 2018. His oratory skills have been recognized by the Governor of Meghalaya, who acknowledged him as a promising speaker of the state for two consecutive years, in 2017 and 2018.
In addition, Deep has held various significant positions, including Secretary General of the largest MUN club in the region, SACMUN. He has been a part of the NEIMUN team since 2018 as a Secretariat, Secretary General and, currently, as a member of the Executive Board. Through these engagements, he has nurtured the growth of MUN clubs in the Shillong circuit, imparting knowledge about the United Nations to students and encouraging their participation in critical debates on global issues. His project on "Top inspiring ideas of India for marginal workers" has garnered recognition from UNICEF. Moreover, he has been actively involved in mentoring young minds, teaching the art of debating to school-going children and his college juniors.
Tajungrenla Longkumer is a qualified Junior Research Fellow, Nutrigenomics Counsellor and Dietitian. She holds several notable positions that highlight her diverse skill set and dedication to making a positive impact. She serves as the team lead of Learning Labs at The Bridge School Project, where she actively contributes to the organization's mission to provide quality education and holistic development opportunities to marginalized communities. She is also a researcher for "Mission Suikhâwm" by Young Tribal Women's Network.
Tajungrenla started her Model United Nations journey in 2013, participating in the Harvard India International Model United Nations. In 2014, she joined NEIMUN as a delegate and has continued her involvement with the organization, serving as a secretariat member and currently as a member of the executive board. She is a founding member of AAUMUN in Jorhat and has actively contributed to MUNs across the country.
Reshmi Sunar holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from St. Anthony's College, Shillong, India. She is currently working as a UN Trainee at the United Nations Populations Fund, Nepal. Her deep curiosity and hunger to aid her learnings on humanitarian issues of contemporary relevances led her to the world of Model United Nations in 2015. Since then, she has participated in National and International MUNs as a delegate, dais as well as organizer. Her association with MUNs has been life-changing, enriching, and empowering.
She believes that MUNs are a great platform for young people to learn and equip themselves with skills to understand the complex issues of the world. She is deeply passionate about working with young people and advocating the role of youths in their respective communities.
Rovino Livi is a PhD Candidate at The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, and is currently lead of Media & Communications at NEIMUN.
Driven by her passion to learn, she is always up for new challenges, and pick up new skills. She believes in doing her part to add value to society while also broadening her knowledge and expertise through numerious projects and assignments. Waking up to soulful music, preparing warm meals, then sitting down for a short read, followed by a comfortable sleep concludes a good day. She also enjoys making handmade crafts.
Kethosinuo Tepa is a Communications professional working with Development Alternatives in New Delhi. She pursued her study in English Literature at the University of Delhi. She is interested in youth engagement and community development and has been volunteering with young people in Northeast India for the last five years and has worked with organizations like Difficult Dialogues, North East Network, Zubaan, and Youthnet.
Her journey with NEIMUN began in 2014 and 2015 as a delegate and, since then, has been part of the NEIMUN team in various capacities. Currently, she is a member of the Executive Board and will be serving as the Secretary-General for this year's conference.