Zoel Boublil

Zoel Boublil is a sophomore at the Elliott School of International Affairs of George Washington University, and founding member of the RFK Youth Advisory Board. He was born to a French-Tunisian father and a Cuban-American mother in New York City. It’s this multicultural upbringing, along with an abiding interest in history and politics, that drive his continuous efforts to understand the past from multiple perspectives, and to participate in the culture and history being made today. He is currently a leader of his school’s chapter of the Alexander Hamilton IA Society and the Latin American International Affairs Society, as well as a sustainable-energy entrepreneur. His past experience includes extensive involvement in student government and Model United Nations. He has written about and always welcomes the opportunity to speak about history, philosophy and radical empathy. In his spare time, you will likely find Zoel hiking a trail or traveling.