DIRECTORY OF ALL SCHOLARS

Schwarzman Scholars is designed to prepare its graduates to build stronger relationships between China and a rapidly changing world and to address the most pressing challenges of the 21st Century. This directory includes program Graduates, Scholars currently enrolled at the College and the incoming class of Schwarzman Scholars.

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Clara Ma (2021)

United States of America

University of Cambridge,Yale University

Environment/Climate,Technology

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Clara Ma studied Geology & Geophysics and Political Science at Yale University, with concentrations in Climate Science and Chinese Energy and Environmental Policy. She is a U.S. Presidential Scholar and has worked at the U.S. Department of Energy, where she contributed to the development of the Energy Earth System Model. After winning an essay contest to name the Mars rover, Curiosity, she worked with NASA for nearly a decade to promote youth engagement in science and space exploration, she continues this work as the president of Yale Undergraduate Women in STEM. Clara is from the United States.

Dilan Yang (2021)

China

University of Cambridge

Consulting,Entrepreneurship

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Dilan Yang will graduate from University of Cambridge majoring Economics in 2019. She is an Emmanuel College Smith Senior Scholar and Keith Davis Prize taker. Dilan has been serving in the leadership team of a global student-led organisation that empowers social enterprises in developing countries. At university, she has also co-founded and co-presidented Cam+, an idea exchange platform that encourages cross-cultural discussions on Chinese issues. Upon joining Schwarzman, Dilan hopes to explore social entrepreneurship and impact consulting in China, and understand how to best present the Chinese narratives to the world. Dilan is from China.

Eleanor Olcott (2021)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Business,Communications

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Eleanor Olcott graduated from Cambridge University with a first-class degree in Politics and Sociology. At university, she founded the Cambridge Women in Business Society and served as its first president. She works a China Policy Analyst at the financial research firm TS Lombard, where her work focuses on Chinese domestic politics and foreign policy. She is a regular TV news commentator on these topics, as well as a nationally published journalist. Eleanor is from the United Kingdom.

Matthew Ryan Raja Kumar (2021)

Singapore

University of Cambridge

Education,Finance

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Matthew Ryan Raja Kumar will graduate from the University of Cambridge with a BA (Hons) in Economics. Matthew is a World Champion and Singapore’s youngest head judge in a theatre problem-solving competition, founded an education startup at 18, co-founded Cambridge University European Horizons, and leads Cambridge’s largest consulting society. He wrote recommendations for Singapore’s first carbon tax subsequently passed in parliament, and drove the sustainability policies of 55 ICT companies while interning at Monitor Deloitte UK. Through Schwarzman, he hopes to catalyse innovative China-ASEAN public-private partnerships in education and green financing. Matthew is from Singapore.

Nina Jeffs (2021)

New Zealand

University of Cambridge

Environment/Climate,Public/Social Policy

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Nina Jeffs graduated with a double first-class degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Cambridge. At Cambridge, she led environmental reforms as College Student Union President, worked with the City Council to resolve homelessness, and led a team to facilitate community-led sustainable sanitation in Tanzania. She has interned at the UN Human Rights Council and UN Women. Her experience volunteering to help schools in Vanuatu immediately post-cyclone triggered her interest in the nexus of climate change and human rights, in which she aims to focus her career. Nina is from New Zealand.

Stefan Bogensberger (2021)

Austria

London School of Economics and Political Science,University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy,Foreign Policy

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Stefan Bogensberger is a graduate student at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. During his undergraduate studies at the London School of Economics, he was awarded the Sir Robert Worcester Prize for his academic performance and elected President of the United Nations society. He is interested in shaping relations between China and Europe along economic and political axes. Stefan has completed internships in the international banking sector and led United Nations Youth Initiatives that seek to advance sustainable development. He enjoys powder skiing, visiting UNESCO Heritage Sites and reading Russian literature. Stefan is from Austria.

Axel Larsson (2020)

Sweden

University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy,Foreign Policy

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Axel Larsson is a student of Politics and International Relations at the University of Cambridge. He has a passion for human rights and has worked with the UNHCR and interned with the Human Rights Defense Center. Recently, he wrote a prize-winning essay on whether economic sanctions are an effective way to make states comply with international human rights law. Axel is also involved in the newly created Swedish political party, the Initiative. Upon completion of the program, Axel aims to use his increased understanding of China in the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Axel is 23 years old and from Sweden.

Conor McGlynn (2020)

Ireland

Trinity College Dublin,University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy,Public/Social Policy

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Conor McGlynn is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and the University of Cambridge, where he studied philosophy and economics. His focus is on how philosophy can inform and improve public policymaking. For the last two years he has worked on EU affairs in Brussels, learning about transnational governance and working on the regulation of cutting edge biotechnologies. He is also a Director at a social justice start-up that promotes access to justice in developing countries, conducting projects for the UN and NGOs. He hopes to pursue a career in international politics. Conor is 25 years old and from Ireland.

Jack Lewy (2020)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Public/Social Policy,Technology

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Jack Lewy graduated top of his year from Cambridge University in 2017 with triple first class honors in Politics and International Relations, and works as a speechwriter and researcher for a Minister in the UK’s Treasury, specializing in technology and entrepreneurship. He hopes to develop his understanding of big data’s role in Chinese governance, uniting his interests in politics and technology to inform a future public policy career. Equally interested in business, Jack broke sponsorship records as the elected Treasurer of Cambridge’s largest society and has worked with several high-growth startups. Jack is 22 years old and from the United Kingdom.

Jesse Marks (2020)

United States of America

Florida State University,University of Cambridge

Foreign Policy,Public/Social Policy

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Jesse Marks is a graduate candidate at the University of Cambridge and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Middle East Studies from Florida State University. An advanced Arabic speaker, he worked at the Stimson Center, Jordan Center for Strategic Studies, and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Jordan as a Boren scholar, Scoville fellow, and most recently, a Fulbright research fellow to Jordan. Since age 17, Jesse has worked extensively with refugees and aims to lead Middle East development efforts. He has authored numerous publications on humanitarian and security issues in the Middle East. Jesse is 25 and from the United States.

Konrad Wolkowski (2020)

Poland

King's College London,University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy,Finance

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Konrad Wolkowski graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Master’s degree in Development Studies, where he specialized in development economics and finance. Parallel to his studies, he founded a successful careers program aimed at attracting Polish students from world-leading universities back to Poland. Prior to becoming a Schwarzman Scholar he worked in London as a strategy analyst at Fidelity International. As a Schwarzman Scholar, he hopes to build a strong understanding of the Chinese public-private partnership with the long-term goal of shaping that cooperation in the European setting. In his free time, Konrad does mountain climbing across the globe. Konrad is 26 years old and from Poland.

Qiang Ha (2020)

China

University of Cambridge

Education,Technology

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Qiang Ha graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor's in Mathematics. His ambition is to create a virtual learning assistant that uses big data and robotics technology to help workers excel in the competition against intelligent machines. Qiang has been eagerly acquiring knowledge and solving practical problems, using machine learning algorithms to make predictions and proving optimality of a widely-used statistical learning algorithm. He is passionate about social changes, raising money for under-privileged children, and helping social enterprises. Schwarzman Scholars provides an excellent platform for Qiang to accomplish his ambition. In his free time, he is an enthusiastic basketball player. Qiang is 21 years old and from China.

Ruby Wang (2019)

United Kingdom

University College London,University of Cambridge

Health/Healthcare,Public/Social Policy

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Ruby Wang graduated from the University of Cambridge and the University College London with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, and Masters in Neuroscience. She is a doctor in the UK’s National Health Service, currently specialising in ENT Surgery. In her first two years as a clinician, and during the recent tumultuous Junior Doctor Contract changes, she has enthusiastically represented her peers in the elected committees of the British Medical Association and Junior Doctor Forum. She aspires to build upon her clinical experience to improve international healthcare systems and global health policy. Ruby is 25 years old and from the United Kingdom.

William Drexel (2019)

United States of America

University of Cambridge,Yale University

Foreign Policy,Government

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William Drexel graduated from Yale University in 2016, and is currently a master's student at the University of Cambridge. He studies the intellectual history of political religion, and has conducted research across Israel, Palestine, and India. Devoted to the rights of the displaced, Bill served as president of the Yale Refugee Project, and has worked in emergency search and rescue operations in Mediterranean and Aegean migration crises. Bill hopes to examine the complexities of governance, society and religion in China, and eventually aims to work in diplomacy. Bill is 24 years old and from the United States.

Amos Wittenberg (2018)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Finance,Media

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Mossy studied English Literature at the University of Cambridge, where he helped set up and run the Cambridge Globalist, a student-led current affairs magazine. After graduating he spent four months as a British Council scholar in Beijing studying Chinese language, and now works as a financial journalist. He hopes that developing an understanding of China—its history, language, culture and politics—will inform a career in journalism. Mossy is 23 years old and from the United Kingdom.

Charles Vitry (2018)

France

University of Cambridge

Business,Consulting,Finance

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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 China. As a Schwarzman scholar, he hopes to develop a deep contextual understanding of China’s economic situation, to best contribute to building the next generation of Chinese industry. Charles speaks Business Chinese and Fluent Spanish, and is from France.

Lukas Schmelter (2018)

Germany

London School of Economics and Political Science,University of Cambridge

Foreign Policy,Government

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Lukas Paul Schmelter grew up in the Middle East and South Asia before returning to Europe for his university studies. He graduated from the London School of Economics (LSE) with a Bachelor's degree in Government and History, and is currently completing a Master's degree in Modern European History at the University of Cambridge. Parallel to his studies, he led large-scale student conferences, worked for a political think-tank focused on European integration, and completed internships in the German Bundestag, the German Foreign Ministry and the European Parliament. He hopes to use the Schwarzman Scholars program as an opportunity to build his leadership potential and prepare him for a career in public service. Lukas is 22 years old and from Germany.

Ruby Holmes (2018)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Foreign Policy,Government

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Ruby Holmes graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016 with a double first class Bachelor's degree in politics and international studies. She is an internationally recognized debater and public speaking coach and organized a women’s public speaking association while at Cambridge. In the future, she hopes to use these skills to pursue a career in foreign policy in government or at a think tank. Ruby Holmes is 21 and from the United Kingdom.

Zheng GUO (2018)

China

Tsinghua University,University of Cambridge

Technology

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Zheng GUO is a Ph.D. candidate in Power Engineering at Tsinghua University. He received his Master’s degree in Nuclear Energy from the University of Cambridge and Bachelor’s degree in Energy and Power Systems from Tsinghua University. His research focuses on energy systems modelling, and the development of sustainable and clean energy. Zheng has published several original research papers in international journals and is a student counselor at Tsinghua University. He interned with local government in a state-level poverty-stricken county in China and volunteered in Kenya as a teacher. Zheng is 27 years old and from China.

Leyla Sudbury (2017)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Business,Consulting,Economics/Economic Policy

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Leyla Sudbury currently works for the Boston Consulting Group, based in London. She graduated from the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars in 2017. Prior to this, she gained a masters degree in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Cambridge where she was president of her college student union and designed an award winning solar powered oven that is currently being used in Tanzania. She hopes to work on operations projects and in factories in her new role.

Amos Wittenberg (2018)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Finance, Media

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Mossy studied English Literature at the University of Cambridge, where he helped set up and run the Cambridge Globalist, a student-led current affairs magazine. After graduating he spent four months as a British Council scholar in Beijing studying Chinese language, and now works as a financial journalist. He hopes that developing an understanding of China—its history, language, culture and politics—will inform a career in journalism. Mossy is 23 years old and from the United Kingdom.

Axel Larsson (2020)

Sweden

University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy, Foreign Policy

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Axel Larsson is a student of Politics and International Relations at the University of Cambridge. He has a passion for human rights and has worked with the UNHCR and interned with the Human Rights Defense Center. Recently, he wrote a prize-winning essay on whether economic sanctions are an effective way to make states comply with international human rights law. Axel is also involved in the newly created Swedish political party, the Initiative. Upon completion of the program, Axel aims to use his increased understanding of China in the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Axel is 23 years old and from Sweden.

Charles Vitry (2018)

France

University of Cambridge

Business, Consulting, Finance

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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 China. As a Schwarzman scholar, he hopes to develop a deep contextual understanding of China’s economic situation, to best contribute to building the next generation of Chinese industry. Charles speaks Business Chinese and Fluent Spanish, and is from France.

Clara Ma (2021)

United States of America

University of Cambridge, Yale University

Environment/Climate, Technology

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Clara Ma studied Geology & Geophysics and Political Science at Yale University, with concentrations in Climate Science and Chinese Energy and Environmental Policy. She is a U.S. Presidential Scholar and has worked at the U.S. Department of Energy, where she contributed to the development of the Energy Earth System Model. After winning an essay contest to name the Mars rover, Curiosity, she worked with NASA for nearly a decade to promote youth engagement in science and space exploration, she continues this work as the president of Yale Undergraduate Women in STEM. Clara is from the United States.

Conor McGlynn (2020)

Ireland

Trinity College Dublin, University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy, Public/Social Policy

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Conor McGlynn is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and the University of Cambridge, where he studied philosophy and economics. His focus is on how philosophy can inform and improve public policymaking. For the last two years he has worked on EU affairs in Brussels, learning about transnational governance and working on the regulation of cutting edge biotechnologies. He is also a Director at a social justice start-up that promotes access to justice in developing countries, conducting projects for the UN and NGOs. He hopes to pursue a career in international politics. Conor is 25 years old and from Ireland.

Dilan Yang (2021)

China

University of Cambridge

Consulting, Entrepreneurship

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Dilan Yang will graduate from University of Cambridge majoring Economics in 2019. She is an Emmanuel College Smith Senior Scholar and Keith Davis Prize taker. Dilan has been serving in the leadership team of a global student-led organisation that empowers social enterprises in developing countries. At university, she has also co-founded and co-presidented Cam+, an idea exchange platform that encourages cross-cultural discussions on Chinese issues. Upon joining Schwarzman, Dilan hopes to explore social entrepreneurship and impact consulting in China, and understand how to best present the Chinese narratives to the world. Dilan is from China.

Eleanor Olcott (2021)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Business, Communications

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Eleanor Olcott graduated from Cambridge University with a first-class degree in Politics and Sociology. At university, she founded the Cambridge Women in Business Society and served as its first president. She works a China Policy Analyst at the financial research firm TS Lombard, where her work focuses on Chinese domestic politics and foreign policy. She is a regular TV news commentator on these topics, as well as a nationally published journalist. Eleanor is from the United Kingdom.

Jack Lewy (2020)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Public/Social Policy, Technology

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Jack Lewy graduated top of his year from Cambridge University in 2017 with triple first class honors in Politics and International Relations, and works as a speechwriter and researcher for a Minister in the UK’s Treasury, specializing in technology and entrepreneurship. He hopes to develop his understanding of big data’s role in Chinese governance, uniting his interests in politics and technology to inform a future public policy career. Equally interested in business, Jack broke sponsorship records as the elected Treasurer of Cambridge’s largest society and has worked with several high-growth startups. Jack is 22 years old and from the United Kingdom.

Jesse Marks (2020)

United States of America

Florida State University, University of Cambridge

Foreign Policy, Public/Social Policy

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Jesse Marks is a graduate candidate at the University of Cambridge and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Middle East Studies from Florida State University. An advanced Arabic speaker, he worked at the Stimson Center, Jordan Center for Strategic Studies, and the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) Jordan as a Boren scholar, Scoville fellow, and most recently, a Fulbright research fellow to Jordan. Since age 17, Jesse has worked extensively with refugees and aims to lead Middle East development efforts. He has authored numerous publications on humanitarian and security issues in the Middle East. Jesse is 25 and from the United States.

Konrad Wolkowski (2020)

Poland

King's College London, University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy, Finance

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Konrad Wolkowski graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Master’s degree in Development Studies, where he specialized in development economics and finance. Parallel to his studies, he founded a successful careers program aimed at attracting Polish students from world-leading universities back to Poland. Prior to becoming a Schwarzman Scholar he worked in London as a strategy analyst at Fidelity International. As a Schwarzman Scholar, he hopes to build a strong understanding of the Chinese public-private partnership with the long-term goal of shaping that cooperation in the European setting. In his free time, Konrad does mountain climbing across the globe. Konrad is 26 years old and from Poland.

Leyla Sudbury (2017)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Business, Consulting, Economics/Economic Policy

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Leyla Sudbury currently works for the Boston Consulting Group, based in London. She graduated from the inaugural class of Schwarzman Scholars in 2017. Prior to this, she gained a masters degree in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Cambridge where she was president of her college student union and designed an award winning solar powered oven that is currently being used in Tanzania. She hopes to work on operations projects and in factories in her new role.

Lukas Schmelter (2018)

Germany

London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Cambridge

Foreign Policy, Government

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Lukas Paul Schmelter grew up in the Middle East and South Asia before returning to Europe for his university studies. He graduated from the London School of Economics (LSE) with a Bachelor's degree in Government and History, and is currently completing a Master's degree in Modern European History at the University of Cambridge. Parallel to his studies, he led large-scale student conferences, worked for a political think-tank focused on European integration, and completed internships in the German Bundestag, the German Foreign Ministry and the European Parliament. He hopes to use the Schwarzman Scholars program as an opportunity to build his leadership potential and prepare him for a career in public service. Lukas is 22 years old and from Germany.

Matthew Ryan Raja Kumar (2021)

Singapore

University of Cambridge

Education, Finance

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Matthew Ryan Raja Kumar will graduate from the University of Cambridge with a BA (Hons) in Economics. Matthew is a World Champion and Singapore’s youngest head judge in a theatre problem-solving competition, founded an education startup at 18, co-founded Cambridge University European Horizons, and leads Cambridge’s largest consulting society. He wrote recommendations for Singapore’s first carbon tax subsequently passed in parliament, and drove the sustainability policies of 55 ICT companies while interning at Monitor Deloitte UK. Through Schwarzman, he hopes to catalyse innovative China-ASEAN public-private partnerships in education and green financing. Matthew is from Singapore.

Nina Jeffs (2021)

New Zealand

University of Cambridge

Environment/Climate, Public/Social Policy

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Nina Jeffs graduated with a double first-class degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Cambridge. At Cambridge, she led environmental reforms as College Student Union President, worked with the City Council to resolve homelessness, and led a team to facilitate community-led sustainable sanitation in Tanzania. She has interned at the UN Human Rights Council and UN Women. Her experience volunteering to help schools in Vanuatu immediately post-cyclone triggered her interest in the nexus of climate change and human rights, in which she aims to focus her career. Nina is from New Zealand.

Qiang Ha (2020)

China

University of Cambridge

Education, Technology

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Qiang Ha graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor's in Mathematics. His ambition is to create a virtual learning assistant that uses big data and robotics technology to help workers excel in the competition against intelligent machines. Qiang has been eagerly acquiring knowledge and solving practical problems, using machine learning algorithms to make predictions and proving optimality of a widely-used statistical learning algorithm. He is passionate about social changes, raising money for under-privileged children, and helping social enterprises. Schwarzman Scholars provides an excellent platform for Qiang to accomplish his ambition. In his free time, he is an enthusiastic basketball player. Qiang is 21 years old and from China.

Ruby Holmes (2018)

United Kingdom

University of Cambridge

Foreign Policy, Government

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Ruby Holmes graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016 with a double first class Bachelor's degree in politics and international studies. She is an internationally recognized debater and public speaking coach and organized a women’s public speaking association while at Cambridge. In the future, she hopes to use these skills to pursue a career in foreign policy in government or at a think tank. Ruby Holmes is 21 and from the United Kingdom.

Ruby Wang (2019)

United Kingdom

University College London, University of Cambridge

Health/Healthcare, Public/Social Policy

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Ruby Wang graduated from the University of Cambridge and the University College London with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, and Masters in Neuroscience. She is a doctor in the UK’s National Health Service, currently specialising in ENT Surgery. In her first two years as a clinician, and during the recent tumultuous Junior Doctor Contract changes, she has enthusiastically represented her peers in the elected committees of the British Medical Association and Junior Doctor Forum. She aspires to build upon her clinical experience to improve international healthcare systems and global health policy. Ruby is 25 years old and from the United Kingdom.

Stefan Bogensberger (2021)

Austria

London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Cambridge

Economics/Economic Policy, Foreign Policy

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Stefan Bogensberger is a graduate student at the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. During his undergraduate studies at the London School of Economics, he was awarded the Sir Robert Worcester Prize for his academic performance and elected President of the United Nations society. He is interested in shaping relations between China and Europe along economic and political axes. Stefan has completed internships in the international banking sector and led United Nations Youth Initiatives that seek to advance sustainable development. He enjoys powder skiing, visiting UNESCO Heritage Sites and reading Russian literature. Stefan is from Austria.

William Drexel (2019)

United States of America

University of Cambridge, Yale University

Foreign Policy, Government

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William Drexel graduated from Yale University in 2016, and is currently a master's student at the University of Cambridge. He studies the intellectual history of political religion, and has conducted research across Israel, Palestine, and India. Devoted to the rights of the displaced, Bill served as president of the Yale Refugee Project, and has worked in emergency search and rescue operations in Mediterranean and Aegean migration crises. Bill hopes to examine the complexities of governance, society and religion in China, and eventually aims to work in diplomacy. Bill is 24 years old and from the United States.

Zheng GUO (2018)

China

Tsinghua University, University of Cambridge

Technology

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Zheng GUO is a Ph.D. candidate in Power Engineering at Tsinghua University. He received his Master’s degree in Nuclear Energy from the University of Cambridge and Bachelor’s degree in Energy and Power Systems from Tsinghua University. His research focuses on energy systems modelling, and the development of sustainable and clean energy. Zheng has published several original research papers in international journals and is a student counselor at Tsinghua University. He interned with local government in a state-level poverty-stricken county in China and volunteered in Kenya as a teacher. Zheng is 27 years old and from China.

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