British East India Company
The power of the British East India Company at the start of the 19th Century came from a combination of ruthless economic opportunism, military conquest, and diplomacy with leaders of the Indian subcontinent. Delegates, as individuals involved with this sprawling tyrannical enterprise, will be responsible for guiding the company’s future through challenges from their competitors in international markets to the geopolitical landscape of South Asia in a committee which demands agile decision-making to balance the needs of a highly complex organization.
Holden is a third-year delegate studying International Affairs and Commercial Entrepreneurship. During conference weekends, he can be seen driving for up to 10 hours on end while refusing to give up the wheel. He hawked eclipse glasses on the streets of Omaha and Lincoln during the Great American Eclipse and made a little bit of cash which he has long since spent on burritos inside of bowls at Chipotle. Do not bother to ask him about his system for waking up in the morning.
Hailing from Mt. Dora, Florida, Reagan is currently a 3rd year student, studying economics, political science, and statistics here at FSU. This will be Reagan’s 4th and final RTC, having previously served as Chief of Staff for RTC XXVII. As a huge fan of historic and business based committees, Reagan is thrilled to be chairing the East India Co. committee alongside her best MUN pal. She looks forward to getting to know everyone in room, and hopes that everyone has a great lively weekend of lively debate in Florida’s Capital City!