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Bruna Lunière Da Costa
A senior at Boston University, I am majoring in International Relations and minoring in Economics. I was born and raised in Brazil, but I have also had the opportunity to live in 4 countries and visit 20 others. On campus, I have pursued my interest in education by becoming both a peer mentor for the school’s First Year program, and an International peer mentor for incoming freshmen. I also enjoy promoting dialogue about important global issues and especially Latin America through my position as president of the Brazilian Association at Boston University.
I am a senior (woah, scary) in Questrom studying Marketing and Organizational Behavior with a minor in Psychology. I am originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil but lived a good part of my life in a little suburb of Orlando, Florida. Aside from those exciting facts, I am passionate about food, as many people are, and seem to always find myself working in food related places. So if you're ever looking for any samples of chocolate, tea, or organic, but tasty, tortilla chips, I am your girl. When I am not eating, you can find me studying in Questrom, catching up with friends, or exploring everything that Boston has to offer.
Oi gente! My name is Larissa and I am the secretary of BU's Brazilian Association. I was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil but spent the majority of my life living in the US, currently in West Palm Beach, Florida. I am a senior studying neuroscience in CAS and hope to go to medical school in the future.
Born in São Paulo, Brazil and dreaming of going to college in the US, I moved to Miami with my family during my junior year of high school. Currently, I am a senior at BU's Questrom School of Business, pursuing a double concentration in Marketing and Management Information Systems. With a huge passion for technology and the world's diversity, I want to pursue a career that will allow me to meet and experience different cultures while sharing my own culture and knowledge about Brazil, its traditions, and its people.