Security Council- USSR
If you are reading this, you want to learn more about me so you can kiss up and win an award. I am not going to tell you whether or not you are wrong or right, but what I can say is a well informed citizen makes the best decisions.
Now, a little about me:
My years of debate have taught me two things:
I have a vast history in public speaking, specifically Model United Nations and Debate. Awards are almost literally thrown at me because of the charisma that radiates around me - so do not be alarmed if you fall in love (I am totally joking). I have a passion for leadership and public speaking, because, well, I like hearing myself talk.
On a more serious note however, I enjoy good debate, good dialogue, good speaking, good tennis, and good food. When I’m not debating or at a MUN tournament, I am running, playing tennis, eating, or socializing. I have a passion for politics and hope one day to become more involved in the national level. If you are reading this far, then you really want to know about me so here is some more stuff. I am a double state champion in debate and cross country led by none other than Lord Colvin. Tennis has offered my only a state runner up, but that is soon to be changed. Trifecta baby. I love any movie from any genre and love most people from most genres. That is most of the important stuff, and if you want to know more because you are a god at kissing up, I would be happy to tell you.
I have the honor, no, the privilege to chair the USSR Security Council this year at LIMUN XXXII. A passion for playing the devil’s advocate has driven me through the years to chair the Security Council for the number one devil’s advocate: the Soviet Union. I am looking forward to lively debate, creative directives, and a fun time. The Motherland will prevail. #Kateb92.