The Model UN School is the first of its kind in education across the globe. We offer a digital, interactive academy with leading scholars ranging from disciplines in STEM Industires to Art & Humanities, priding ourselves on offering the most innovative learning experience, with knowledge on the curve of our human creativitiy.
Meet the team
Meet the Leadership Team. We are a group of international scholars, thought leaders and global citizens, believing in the joint mission of creating a unique education experience for students from all backgrounds and walks of life.
Deepak Kumar Baruah
Founder & President, Model UN School
Deepak is a recognized scholar and researcher in the areas of digital government, society and inclusion as well as globalization, planetary solutions, governance and juvenile justice systems. Deepak is an alumnus and the Vice Chancellor’s International Postgraduate Scholar from the University of Brighton. He is a recipient of the Global Peace Leadership Award 2019 from the World Constitution and Parliament Association, Virginia for outstanding contributions to global peace. He was awarded the national level, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Sadbhavana Award 2016, for outstanding services, achievements and contributions toward juvenile justice by the Modern Immense Need Development Society, Delhi. Deepak is also a Local Fellow of the Internet Society in USA and is currently working on a digital inclusion pilot program, Digital Mayong, in collaboration with the Mayong Gaon Panchayat in the Morigaon district of Assam.
Trustee & Vice President, Model UN School
Jayashree is the Trustee and Co-Founder of the Model UN School. She is an alumna of J.B. College, Jorhat, India and has a background in social work. Jayashree has been working toward the rights of women and children in Assam, with a vision to provide global education to children from underdeveloped and developed countries so that they can begin their journeys as global citizens.
International Advisor, Model UN School
Melanie Pyne is an independent documentary film-maker, photographer and scholar from the UK. Much of her photojournalism work as been featured in the BBC, Wasted Talent Magazine and multiple nationwide newspaper firms. As an independent film-maker, much of her work explores the cultural discourses of Identity. With her first short film, ‘Identity Crisis‘(2017) discusses Nostalgia’s prevalence in contemporary society and its implications on cultural psychology. This film won the Big Flick Trongate 103 festival in 2017. Her work ventured into documenting environmental issues surrounding bio-accumulation of toxins in the UK Surface (2018). This project was featured in the BBC, in partnership with the Scottish Marine Animal Stranding Scheme, Marine Conservation Society and The Plastic Whale Heritage Conference. Latest works include ‘Treehouse’ (2019) on Squatters rights in Holland. The film aims to illustrate and advocate for, the cultural richness that comes with embracing the diversity of alternative cultures.
Melanie has amassed many collaborative partnerships with multiple charities across the UK and overseas that deal in Human Rights, Refugee Rights, Gender Equality, LGBTQ rights and Environmental Justice. Her academic work focusses extensively on decolonial development, covering topics of conservation discourse, gender equality and aesthetics.
As a scholar and alumni from the University of Sussex in Media Practice for Development and Social Change, her involvement in participatory media, communications and documentary, focusses on the ability to empower through communications and narrative composition. She states that “the impact of journalism and documentary photography with integrity is above all, fundamental to altering the culture that we all contribute to. Understanding that now more than ever, we need a plurality of perspective and voice in our media, it is vital for moving forward that we not only reach the sustainable development goals set by the UN but to evolve and diversify the needs that are yet to be identified within our global community. Media is a tool that can do this.”