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We asked members of the second cohort about what they learned as Schwarzman Scholars. Charles Vitry (France, 2018) discusses the benefit of understanding the technology space in China.

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We asked members of the second cohort about what they learned as Schwarzman Scholars. Naishad Kai-Ren I (Singapore, 2018) discusses his new understanding of local politics in China.

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Ben graduated with Bachelor's degrees in Commerce and Arts at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. Ben is a social and environmental entrepreneur, founding and leading a campaign for the mandatory labeling of palm oil across Australia and New Zealand called 'Unmask Palm Oil'. He has been named a semi-finalist for Young New Zealander…

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Anushka Prasad graduated from New York University with Honors in Economics. After working in strategy consulting at a Swiss financial services company in New York, she moved to New Delhi to help build India's first Liberal Arts University, Ashoka University. At Ashoka, Anushka works with the Chairman of the Board of Trustees on strategic initiatives…

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Jordan Metoyer graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The University of Texas at Austin where she double majored in Economics and Urban Studies. A Truman Scholar, Jordan most recently served in the Obama Administration as Assistant to the Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget and as a Staff Assistant in the Office of…

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Charles graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016 with a Master’s degree in Manufacturing Engineering, and has attended MIT on exchange. He aspires to unlock digital opportunities in industry, has recently implemented a 30% supplier lead time reduction model at Amazon Spain and launched factory production control systems in Apple’s Soft Goods factories in…

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  Tonatiuh Liévano Beltrán (Class of 2018) on time spent with a cohort of global students:   I write today amazed at how much has happened since my arrival in Beijing over four months ago. It feels like a long and a short time; it feels long because of all of the things that I’ve…

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Khishigjargal Enkhbayar (Class of 2018) reflects on conversations with fellow Scholars and bringing some Mongolian culture to the College:   “Two young fish were swimming along and happen to meet an older fish, who greets them and says ‘How’s the water, boys?’ After a while, one young fish looks to the other and asks ‘What’s…

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We followed Susan Webster (United States, Class of 2018) for an inside look at a day in the life of a Schwarzman Scholar.

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Max Goldberg (Class of 2018) reflects on an opportunity to meet with a Congressional Delegation while in China as a Schwarzman Scholar. This meeting was part of the National Committee and Schwarzman Scholars program's partnership to engage Schwarzman Scholars at all stages, helping further prepare them for leadership roles in the U.S.-China relationship. Through the partnership,…

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