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Designed to prepare the next generation of global leaders, Schwarzman Scholars is the first scholarship created to respond to the geopolitical landscape of the 21st Century. Whether in politics, business or science, the success of future leaders around the world will depend upon an understanding of China’s role in global trends.

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Justus Uwayesu is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at Harvard University with a minor in French. He is interested in the role of education and infrastructure in accelerating the growth of emerging economies. Justus founded Seven United, a youth-run non-profit in Rwanda with the dual mission of providing children from low-income families with…

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Amy Kramer is a Robertson Scholar at Duke University studying Public Policy and Political Science. She is an Army ROTC Cadet and wrote her senior honors thesis on the impact of female leadership in ROTC programs nationally. She recently worked with U.S. Army Cadet Command at Fort Knox and helped develop a new national Cadet…

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Heather Evans is an entrepreneur turned civil servant. Following the decision to open source her second startup, Heather joined her Provincial Government as a Senior Advisor in advanced technology strategy, where she focuses on artificial intelligence and quantum technologies. Heather is a Queen’s Commerce graduate, and an alumni of Canada’s prestigious national entrepreneurship program, the…

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Sarah Mortell is Director of Forum at Web Summit. She hired and leads the team behind a meeting of 1,000 select world-leaders in Lisbon. Previously, she interned for Fleishman-Hillard in Washington D.C. Sarah graduated from Trinity College, Dublin – where she served as the fifth female president of the oldest debating society in the world…

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Kevin Ferguson II is an MBA candidate at Harvard Business School where he serves as Student Body Co-President. Kevin earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Alabama A&M University. Prior to Harvard, he worked as an electrical engineer at BP Chemical and Chevron Corporation. He is the founder of the Ferguson & Son Foundation, a…

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Jada Hawkins is an MBA candidate at the Harvard Business School and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from Barnard College of Columbia University. While at Barnard Jada co-founded the Athena Digital Design Agency, which educates women in coding, without the academic pressures, and employs them for their skills. Post-graduation Jada has worked…

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Hugo Wood is a lawyer, social entrepreneur and human development advocate. He serves as Public Policy Advisor and Chief Speechwriter to the Vice-President and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Panama and is coordinating the largest debate student tournament in the history of his country. He graduated magna cum laude of Law and…

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Rachel Zuckerman graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Iowa with degrees in Political Science and Journalism, as well as a certificate in Cultural Competence. She represented over 24,000 of her peers as Student Body President and led the UI Student Government to make progress on issues including diversity and inclusion, food and housing security, mental health,…

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YE YUAN (Richard)graduated in 2011 from Northwestern University with a double major in Economics and Mathematics. and he received the Kellogg Certificate for Undergraduate Students. Richard worked at BlackRock and Bosera Asset Management as a portfolio manager in fixed income where he focused on credit investing and Multi-asset investing. Upon completion of Schwarzman Scholarship program,…

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