At the 2013 Washington Model, Baylor's MOAS team represented the Eastern Caribbean Twin Island State of Antigua and Barbuda. A member of both CARICOM and ALBA, Antigua and Barbuda plays an important role in representing the interests of small island states. Baylor's team met with First Secretary of the Antigua and Barbuda Mission to the OAS, the Honorable Joy-Dee Davis Lake. She generously provided briefing time and suggestions for delegates on improving their resolutions.
Passing the Mantle
Over the past thirteen years of participation in the Washington Model Organization of American States, nine Baylor students have been elected president of the Model: Peter Ghobrial, Emily Matlock, Robert Slater, Seth Reed, Renee Sanchez, Michael Lyssy, Catherine Gibson, Drew Vincent, and for 2014, Will Gregory. Additionally, Baylor students have also been elected to serve as committee chairs in every model since 2002.