All-American Model UN TeamJoin the team that's transforming Model UN.
Founder, Program Director
Frank has dedicated the last fifteen years of his life to expanding and legitimizing Model United Nations opportunities for high school students. After graduating from Boston University with degrees in International Relations and Business Administration, Frank founded the All-American Model UN Programs in 2011. Since then, he has developed a reputation for being one of the best Model UN coaches and mentors in the world.
Frank can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manasi completed her undergraduate education at Boston University before earning her JD from Notre Dame Law School. She currently works at IBM as in-house counsel. While at Boston University, Manasi was the Secretary General of the Boston Invitational Model United Nations conference (BosMUN). She has worked with the All-American Model UN programs for five years as our lead mentor, accompanying winning teams around the world.
Robert Hobart III
Chief Associate Director
Robert “Bobby” Hobart III is a first-year student at Dartmouth College studying Government, History, or Economics. Bobby participated in Model United Nations throughout high school, with The Bay School of San Francisco and All-American Model United Nations. Bobby is proud to have participated in four different conferences in four different countries with All-American, and credits much of his current success to lessons learned on the road with his All-American family. Outside of Model United Nations, Bobby is a member of the sensational Dartmouth Brovertones, a washed-up high school lacrosse player, and a devoted fan of the greatest team in professional football—the Oakland Raiders. This year, Bobby will be starting an exciting new role as Chief Associate Director for the All-American Model United Nations Program, and he looks forward to being a part of All-American’s continued commitment to excellence.
Educational Associate Director
Roshan is currently a Freshman at Rutgers University majoring in Economics and plans to receive a certificate in P.P.E. (Politics, Philosophy, and Economics). Roshan initially hated Model UN, and instead wanted to use his free time in high school to pursue a rap career. When that didn’t work out-he still doesn’t know why- Roshan joined the MUN team at John P. Stevens High School and has since loved every minute of it. Competitively, Roshan broke his school’s records for the most “Best Delegate” awards won consecutively and won by a single student. He served on the executive board for the Team, was on the Secretariat for the home conference JPSMUN, and started a summer training program for incoming freshman. Roshan traveled with the All-American Delegation to Budapest in the Fall of 2016 and has remained a loyal member of the All-American alumni community since. He is extremely excited to serve as the Educational Material Associate Director this year. Outside of Model UN, Roshan plays Indian folk drums at events in the tri-state area and is a comedic food blogger. At Rutgers, Roshan is a member of the Rutgers University Association of International Relations (RUAIR), and a dancer on the Rutgers University Bhangra team.
Secretary-General, All-American Invitational
Tengi Shiga is a Freshman at Boston University double majoring in Political Science and Economics. She participated actively in Model United Nations for 5 years and will continue to do so throughout her college career. Tengi served as President of her high school MUN team as well as a member of the traveling team for All-American MUN. She held the position of Crisis Staffer at the Boston University Collegiate conference, BarMUN. She spent the last summer interning for Congressman Peter Roskam and is currently working as a Crisis Director at BosMUN as well as various political campaigns throughout Boston. Tengi is working diligently to make sure that this year’s All-American Invitational will be the greatest conference possible.
Editorial Associate Director
Michael Dianetti is a senior at St.Vincent-St.Mary High School. He has been competing in Model United Nations for three years. Michael has served as the Secretary for the STVM Model United Nations team since his sophomore year and as a coach for the All Saints Middle School Model United Nations team. The summer before his junior year, Michael was accepted into the All-American Model United Nations program with whom he traveled to: Beijing, China; Hyderabad, India; and Budapest, Hungary. Additionally Michael has actively participated in Mock Trial since is freshmen year and was an attorney for the third-place finishing Mock Trial team at the State Competitions in 2017.
Director of Diplomacy Academy
Born in Maryland but then travelling all over the world, Aditya Iyengar found his interest in the UN through all the experiences he’s had internationally. From living in Maryland, to U.K, and to India, Aditya certainly has been across all reaches of the globe.
He has participated in Model UN for all four years of high school, which have included his trips to local and collegiate level conferences. This also includes the time he has had chairing his own schools conference as well as chairing a committee at George Mason.
Currently Aditya is a freshman at New York University studying Electrical and Computer Engineering. He has recently become a member of the NYU travel team and hope to continue all his Model UN successes. Aditya hopes to someday take his experiences in MUN and study Finance and International Relations in college to hopefully work in something which involves working with people from all parts of the world.
Communications Associate Director
Christian Rodríguez is a senior at the Bergen County Academies. He lives in New Jersey, but his family is originally from Cuba. Since joining the All-American Team in 2016, he has competed at NAIMUN in Washington D.C. and HACIA in San José, Costa Rica and chaired the Constituent Assembly of Myanmar at the inaugural primer conference. This year, as Secretary General of his school team, he oversees two conferences and a nationally competitive travel team. Beyond Model UN, he is the Co-President of the Speech and Debate team, a lead editor of the political journal, and on the executive committee of the Diversity Alliance. In his free time, he enjoys eating his way around New York City and taking classes at The Cooper Union as a pre-college student there. He is also involved in a three-year leadership program at Goldman Sachs, and is an intern for an investment management group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Having served as a Head Delegate for the All-American team, he is excited to return as the Associate Director of Communications this year.
Copy Associate Director
Neelam is a first-year undergraduate at Yale University, where she is currently pursuing a double major in Global Affairs and Economics. In high school, she was the Secretary-General of the BulldogMUN conference and on the Executive Board of her high school MUN team, competing in conferences across the country. Neelam traveled to Beijing with the All-American team, where she made some of her closest friends and best MUN memories. Outside of school, she was a competitive swimmer, alpine ski racer, and concert pianist. At Yale, Neelam is currently on the Secretariat of the Yale Model United Nations (YMUN) conference, a member of the Model UN Team at Yale (the competitive travel delegation), a staff member of the university’s Security Council Simulation (SCSY), and a peace coach with the Teaching Peace Initiative. She’s so excited to be the Associate Copy Director for All-American MUN Program, and witness all of the programs’ successes in the next few years!
Rose Jacobs is a native of Chicago, Illinois and the Chicagoland MUN scene. She has left her urban metropolis of a home behind to be a first-year student at the dual BA program between Sciences Po and Columbia University, and as a result, currently resides in the charming, champagne-laden town of Reims, France. She was a member of the All-American team for two years, traveling to WEMUN Expo, HMUN India, and NAIMUN twice, and she also served as an Alumni Associate for the Midwest and the Secretary-General of the All-American Primer conference last year. Now, she’ll be working in an ad-hoc position, offering her services when needed because, according to Frank, the French don’t tend to work much. Outside of Model UN (which admittedly takes up most of her spare time), she enjoys sitting in the library and pretending to get work done, while really just using her prime school Wi-Fi to catch up on Netflix.