ExxonMobil Board of Directors

Conflict: The South China Sea

Trusted Board of ExxonMobil, opportunity awaits. Our company has set its sights on the Pacific, an untapped oil gold mine. Our storied history demands the finest actions from the company’s leaders. With a successful emergence into the Pacific market, ExxonMobil is poised to lead the oil industry for decades to come. How will our great company fend off foreign and domestic competition? Can an effective foundation in the Pacific be put in place? The money is on the table. We are set to make the world a deal they can’t refuse.

 

Position Papers

Position Papers are not required for the Board of Directors of the ExxonMobil. 


Indigo Corso
Chair
ic8964a@student.american.edu

Indigo is an undergraduate student at American University in the School of International Service, majoring in International Studies; and is very excited to be involved with AmeriMUNC VI, having discovered her love of Model United Nations in high school. She has attended a variety of conferences around the United States, as well as a few in Canada. Although, this is her first year joining the collegiate circuit. Outside of Model UN, Indigo likes to read, watch Netflix, explore the local DC museums, and talk all things politics with her friends. Often you can find her listening to Christmas music year round, quoting The Office in all conversations, or stress eating what her roommate stress bakes. Indigo is looking forward to creating a great experience for all the delegates attending AmeriMUNC VI and is looking forward to reliving some of her most memorable high school MUN memories vicariously.

Tom Luu
Chair
tl3084a@student.american.edu

Tom is an exchange student from the University of New South Wales, in Sydney, Australia. Currently as a sophomore, he is majoring in Finance and International Relations, the latter of which is the main driver of him being in D.C., particularly at American University. As for Model UN, this is his first time participating at AmeriMUNC, and thus he is extremely excited. Tom expects to learn much from AmeriMUNC VI, to meet new people and have fun along the way. Outside of college and away from work, Tom enjoys spending time with his friends and the occasional sightseeing jogs. When alone, he loves downtime with his two cats, Anna and Whiskers, along with reading all the books he bought in high school but has yet to touch.

Zachary Bontempo
Crisis Director
zb4011a@student.american.edu

Zachary is a junior in the American University School of Public Affairs pursuing a double major in Political Science and Economics. He is originally from North Andover, Massachusetts where he joined MUN in ninth grade. At American University, Zach has continuously competed on the Model United Nations team for the past three years and is currently serving as Head Delegate. Zach is greatly looking forward to staffing AmeriMUNC after fighting tooth-and-nail with the Secretary General to have the Sinopec-ExxonMobil conflict. In addition to MUN, Zach works as an intern on Capitol Hill for Speaker Paul Ryan. In his free time, Zach enjoys watching Archer, disregarding his imminent HD duties, and golfing with people who aren't on the Model United Nations team.