University of Ottawa
Tammy Bui is the daughter of Vietnamese refugees, an epidemiologist, and the Co-Founder of WeCanVax, an organization combating COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy. Her master’s in public health at McGill ignited her passion for tackling issues intersecting global policy, racial justice, and health equity. She was named a Canada Graduate Scholar, a Dr. Roberta Bondar Emerging Woman in STEM, and a 2022 NEXT36 Canada Entrepreneur. Being a Schwarzman Scholar means Tammy can equip and empower marginalized communities with equal opportunity for health and social services. She aspires to be at the forefront of health advocacy and community-led policy change in Canada.
University of California, San Diego
Shin Ehara recently received a bachelor’s degree in Data Science from the University of California San Diego, where he founded the school’s first student-run startup incubator. He currently works at Goldman Sachs as an Equity Research Analyst in Tokyo focused on the global semiconductor space. Previously, Shin worked for SoftBank’s AI-focused VC and multiple tech startups. As a Schwarzman Scholar, he hopes to gain a deeper understanding of China’s startup landscape as well as technology and science policies and find new ways to make Japan’s innovation economies more globally competitive. Shin is from Japan.
University of Texas at Austin, Stanford University
Rebecca Wang graduated high honors from The University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, B.A. in Mathematics, and minor in Computational Science and Engineering. She is currently a master’s student at Stanford University in the Aeronautics and Astronautics program. Rebecca is passionate about connecting China to the world through equalizing the access of advancing technologies, specifically in autonomous systems and the effects of automation at large. Besides robotics research, she has interned at SpaceX, PwC, and NASA, and holds several board positions. She also writes for several magazines. Rebecca is from the United States.