• Eric TseHong Kong Sar, China

    University of Pennsylvania

    Graduated with a Finance degree from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, Eric S Y TSE is currently the CEO of Liepin America, one of the most elite human resources platforms in the U.S. and the largest elite human resources platform in China. Born in Seattle, he attended primary school in Beijing, secondary school in Hong Kong, and university in the States. The constant travel allowed him to adapt to various cultures, and these experiences have shaped him into the person he is today. He founded the Penn Wharton China Summit during his freshmen year at Wharton, and this summit has become the largest student-organized summit in the States. 1500 students from 35 states and over 84 cities visited Philadelphia for this summit in April 2017. He, then, founded the China Summit Foundation, a recognized NGO with the 501(c)(3) status towards the end of 2016 to help charities, forums, educational and cultural initiatives by International students from different schools. By the end of his junior year, Eric joined Liepin in hopes to help International students with their career back in China and served as the CEO of Liepin America upon his graduation in December 2017. He looks forward to excel further in his studies by joining the Schwarzman Scholars program.

  • Fangdi PanChina

    University of Wisconsin-Madison, Middlebury college

    Fangdi PAN graduated from Middlebury Institute of International Studies (formerly known as the Monterey Institute of International Studies) with a M.A. in Nonproliferation Studies. Prior to MIIS, she received her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin Madison in Economics and International Studies. She has previously worked in strategy consulting firm and the International Atomic Energy Agency. Fangdi is currently with Google China and she hopes to continue creating meaningful and impactful dialogue between China and the rest of the world.

  • Fay Pauly graduated summa cum laude from Rice University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. While at Rice, Fay was a BP and Capital One Scholar and worked closely with the Rice Center for Engineering Leadership. Prior to Schwarzman Scholars, Fay worked for Anadarko Petroleum as a production and facilities engineer. Currently, she is a management consultant with Oliver Wyman in Singapore. Fay aspires to combine her technical field knowledge with an understanding of how to mobilize private sector action in addressing climate change, and she is interested in further exploring this intersection particularly in the Asia region.

  • Fei PengChina

    Pennsylvania State University, New York University

    Fei PENG holds a bachelor’s degree in Information Science and Technology from Pennsylvania State University and a MBA degree from New York University Stern School of Business. He is currently working as a healthcare compliance consultant at IQVIA in New York, his primary focus is regulations in Global Healthcare Transparency. Previously, Fei was part of the 2-year IT leadership program at GE Capital where he worked on four rotational job assignments on top GE IT initiatives. After that he worked as an IT Project Manager at GE from 2014 to 2016. Fei is passionate about healthcare and he aspires to be among the catalysts that will accelerate the Chinese Healthcare Reform process in the future.

  • Gabrielle PierreJamaica

    University of Georgia

    Gabrielle Pierre is a Senior Business Analyst and Reimagining Economies Fellow focused on Cities and Infrastructure at McKinsey and Company. Passionate about cities, she has done urban redevelopment and city planning work in Panama, Turkey, the United States, China, and Costa Rica. Long term, she is building an international city planning consulting career, focused specifically on emerging economies and developing countries. She graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor's degree in Environmental Engineering (2017) and a master's in Environmental Planning and Design (2018).

  • Gian Marco BrizzolaraGermany

    WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, Bocconi University

    Marco Brizzolara is originally from Germany and studied business at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management. He obtained a double degree in International Management at Bocconi University and the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad on scholarships. Upon graduation, Marco began his career in tech first working as a Senior Manager at Horizon Robotics, one of the world's most valuable AI startups, and is now working in the Global Strategy Team of TikTok. He is on the Forbes 30 under 30 China list, and an angel investor in several technology startups.

  • Han WuChina

    University of California, Los Angeles, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Han WU graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a master's degree in Structural Engineering focusing on High Performance Structures. Prior to enrolling at MIT, he received a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles majoring in Civil and Environmental Engineering and minoring in Accounting. Currently, he works at Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong (one of the worldwide leading engineering consulting firms) as a structural engineer and the chairman of Young Engineer’s Group. Besides tackling challenging design problems, he also plays a key role in researching and implementing industry leading design tools as well as conducting training sessions. Upon completion of Schwarzman Scholars, Han hopes to pursue a career where he can combine his experience and knowledge in design and business development.

  • Hanfei ZhangChina

    Tsinghua University

    Hanfei ZHANG is a National Defense Student of Tsinghua University. He received his double bachelor’s degrees in Arts and Law at Tsinghua University in 2016, and is currently a postgraduate student in the School of Journalism and Communication at Tsinghua. Hanfei was the Captain of the 7th Committee of National Defense Students of Tsinghua (2016-2017). His research focuses on military news press, and he aspires to contribute to the construction of China military news and communication system in the future. He has been to Hunan, Guizhou, Gansu and other areas in China to conduct social studies and provide volunteer teaching, as well as been to U.S., Korea and Singapore as an exchange student.

  • Heather EvansCanada

    Queen's University

    Heather Evans joined Canada's national COVID-19 response through the CDL Rapid Screening Consortium. Prior to the pandemic she supported technology diplomacy efforts as the Director of Frontier Technology Research for Asia Society. While a Schwarzman Scholar, Heather sang in the acapella choir and attended (nearly) every College event. Previously, Heather launched two startups and served as Senior Advisor in advanced technology strategy for the Ontario Government. She is a Queen's University Commerce graduate, and an alumna of Canada's national entrepreneurship program, the Next36. Heather had an amazing experience at Tsinghua and continues to broaden her understanding of our complex world.

  • Heba KassemEgypt

    Harvard University

    Heba Kassem, Harvard Class of 2017, studied Economics with a secondary field in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. Her academic interests span sociopolitical crises in the Middle East and economic development in Asia. Heba has worked in disaster relief management and education with One Foundation in Shanghai and Maru-a-Pula in Gaborone, respectively. Moved by the plight of the international refugee crisis, she is spending her postgraduate year working with NGOs in Greece and Turkey on Harvard’s Pforzheimer Public Service Fellowship. She hopes to continue studying economics and international policy at Schwarzman College. Heba is half-Egyptian and half-Chinese. She speaks Arabic, Chinese, English, and French.

  • Henry AspegrenUnited States of America

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Henry Aspegren is currently a technical program manager at YouTube. His team develops tools to manage YouTube’s infrastructure – a fleet of more than one million computers. At Schwarzman Scholars, Henry focused on the politics of the Chinese Internet. Previously he worked on the electronic trading team at Goldman Sachs. Henry holds bachelor's and master’s degrees in Computer Science from MIT, where he completed his thesis at the Digital Currency Initiative.

  • Hugo WoodPanama

    Universidad Católica Santa María La Antigua, Tulane University

    Hugo's background include experiences in law, policy, and international affairs. He served as Policy Advisor and Chief Speechwriter to the Vice President and Foreign Minister of Panama and is the founder of the largest debate tournament in the history of his country. Passionate about policy design and implementation, he recently finished an MPP from LSE, and is currently Government Affairs & Policy Senior Manager for Johnson & Johnson for Venezuela, Central America & the Caribbean, and Associate Professor of Behavioral Economics and Political Science. His ambition is to build bridges and a better understanding between China and Latin America.

  • Imane El MorabitNetherLands

    Universiteit Leiden

    Imane el Morabit is graduating from Leiden University College The Hague with an honours bachelors degree in Governance, Economics, and Development. During her years as an undergraduate, she has put her energy in GameChangers Academy and founded the project UniPrep, which prepares youngsters with lower socio-economic backgrounds for a successful academic and professional career. Imane has been rewarded by McKinsey & Company with the Next Generation Women Leaders Award 2017 and is passionate about renewable energy and the transition to a sustainable world. She speaks Dutch, Moroccan Berber, English, French, and has been learning Arabic and Mandarin. Imane is from Morocco and the Netherlands.

  • Isabel Zhang ZhangSpain

    University of Bath

    Isabel is the Director of Investor Relations and Strategic Analysis at Canadian Solar (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar energy and battery storage companies. She is passionate about solving climate and environmental issues from a business and investment lens, and is particularly excited about the potential of solar energy and energy storage. Prior to Schwarzman Scholars, she worked as an Equity Research Analyst at Goldman Sachs in London and as an Investment Analyst at the International Finance Corporation in Washington, D.C. Isabel is fluent in Spanish, Mandarin and English.

  • Ishan AnandUnited States of America

    University of Cincinnati

    Ishan Anand graduated in 2018 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. In college, Ishan had the opportunity to work at a pharmacogenomics startup, publish from various research labs, and design surgical instruments at a multinational medical device company. He helped create and served as president of EnableUC, a nonprofit open-source, prosthetic, and assistive device incubator that 3-D prints devices for local and international patients – at no cost to the patient. As a Schwarzman Scholar, Ishan worked to leverage his experiences to foster multilateral health-tech initiatives. Ishan is from Canada and the United States.

  • Jack BrakeUnited States of America

    University of Virginia

    John Brake is a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School’s Institute for Global Law and Policy and a Ph.D. candidate in Politics and International Studies at Christ's College, Cambridge, where he is also a Marshall Scholar. His research focuses on the political reasons for voluntary compliance with international law, particularly in the realms of arms control, U.S.-China relations, and global environmental governance.

  • Jacqueline Cox is a Project Management Associate at U.S. Bank Community Development Corporation. She received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, where she majored in Public Policy with a concentration in Urban Policy and Development and minored in Chinese Language and Cultural Studies. She also served as student body president of Vanderbilt from 2017-2018. Jacqueline was born in St. Louis, MO, USA, and is a board member of Rise Community Development, a nonprofit affordable housing development organization. She also serves as chair of the Young Professionals board and is passionate about real estate and equitable community development.

  • Jada Hawkins completed the first year of her MBA at Harvard Business School, before electing to postpone the remainder of her degree through the global pandemic. Instead, Jada will return to FinTech as a Product Manager. Prior to Schwarzman Scholars, Jada obtained 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 as a Product Manager at Goldman Sachs focused on their foreign exchange and commodities execution platform.

  • Jae Hyun LeeSouth Korea

    Harvard University

    Jae Hyun Lee graduated from Harvard University in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in Economics. Jae Hyun co-founded a nonprofit to provide educational opportunities to high-potential orphaned high school students in Burundi, worked in Korea's National Assembly, and has served in the Korean army as an intelligence specialist and squad leader. He hopes to create impactful lifestyle brands inspired by traditions around the world and has spent time at Hermés, a fashion startup and a social impact lifestyle business.

  • Jake Miller-RandleAustralia

    University of Melbourne

    Jake Miller-Randle is currently working in New York City at the Boston Consulting Group in their public sector and social impact practice areas. Prior to his year at Schwarzman Scholars, Jake led an education nonprofit and volunteered for a microfinance organization. He aspires to use his passion for human-centered design and technology to ensure people remain at the center of policy and product innovation.

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