Dilma Rousseff's Cabinet
Topic 1: Racial Tensions in Brazil
Topic 2: 2016 Summer Olympics
Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned. I have not fulfilled my promises as President. I have not fixed our infrastructure problem or our economic failures. I have not strengthened our political ties with our neighboring countries or fixed our education gap.
But most importantly, Father, I have been the corrupt president I vowed not to be. I have given kickbacks and bribes. I have blackmailed and ignored the requests of the people. I have forced others to fail, so I can succeed. I worry that despite what the Good Lord has taught me, I will continue to sin in the name of power. I am worried, Father, because I feel no remorse.
Azanta Thakur - Chair
Azanta Thakur is a freshman at Boston University double majoring in Biology and International Relations. She is both a pre-med and a pre-law student in an attempt to combine all of her passions. When she’s not drowning herself in studies, you can catch her obsessing over current events or ranting on Twitter. She is a firm environmentalist, proud feminist, an ardent humanitarian, a vehement liberal/socialist, and an avid reader (in no particular order). Hailing from the hot beaches of Florida, she’s finding it very difficult to adjust to temperatures that fall below 40º, but she’s getting there. She’s extremely excited to get to know all of you in BosMUN XVI. She also loves hugs.
Vice Chair: Henderson Roman
Zac Thomas - Crisis Director
Zachary Thomas is originally from South Florida but moved to Boston to finally learn what real snow is all about. He is currently a junior studying International Relations and Latin American studies and is incredibly passionate about what happened with Dilma's presidency as well as Latin America in general. He is incredibly excited to be a part of this committee and can't wait to see all the crisis plans the delegates come up with during the conference!
ACD: Rebbecca Faroro Giovannetti