• Olayemi Anifowose-Eso currently works at Coller Capital as a Private Equity Analyst. Prior to Schwarzman Scholars, she completed an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Oxford University. At Schwarzman Scholars she worked with Kente & Silk, a social enterprise aimed at changing the status-quo of Africa-China relations, and led the efforts for their second ever start-up competition for African entrepreneurs in China. In a similar vein, she wrote her thesis on the effectiveness of Nigerian policy to Chinese FDI. Olayemi is from Nigeria and the United Kingdom.

  • Oleksandr GuzenkoUkraine

    Sumy State University

    Oleksandr (Alex) Guzenko is a management consultant at KPMG. During his tenure at the firm, he has worked on engagements across multiple industries, such as information and communications technologies, the public sector, oil and gas, and heavy machinery. Prior to joining KPMG, he studied Mandarin at the Inter-University Program for Chinese Language Studies (IUP) at Tsinghua University. As a Schwarzman Scholar, Alex researched consumer behavior of Chinese millennials and interned at JD.COM, one of China’s largest e-commerce platforms. Alex has visited nearly 60 countries and speaks six languages.

  • Philip CallanIreland

    Trinity College Dublin

    Philip Callan is now living in Canada figuring out life! He worked as a Permanent Trade Representative for the Irish Government in Toronto, Canada before moving to China. While in China, Phillip worked with government and the private sector to increase exports for Irish Technology, Engineering, and Medical Sciences companies in Canada. He studied Economics at Trinity College Dublin and SciencesPo Paris. While in college, he worked in Business Development for AB InBev in London. While at Schwarzman Scholars, he researched the development of professional sport, particularly football, in post Reform and Opening China.


  • PU YanChina

    Simon Fraser University

    Pu YAN was an undergraduate student at Simon Fraser University and majored in Economics. His ambition lies in solving China's rural development problems, thus pushing many stagnant rural regions to break through the poverty trap. Throughout many research projects he's done in the past around rural BTH areas under the concentration of stay-behind children, he holds his wish unswervingly and confidently. He studied Economics & Business as a Schwarzman Scholar, and enjoyed making acquaintances with and being helpful to every other Scholar.

  • 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 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, and civic engagement. Raised in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, she aims to strengthen the emerging relationship between Detroit and China.

  • Ramsey Fahs graduated from Harvard College in 2018 with a degree in History and Literature. In college, Ramsey served as a reporter and editor for The Harvard Crimson and participated in Harvard’s Bach Society Orchestra. Since graduating from Schwarzman Scholars, Ramsey has worked at McKinsey & Company in Washington D.C.

  • Rawan GalaidosUnited States of America

    University of California, Los Angeles

    Rawan is currently working as a Program Manager facilitating machine learning for some of Facebook's coolest products. Prior to this, Rawan started her career in IT consulting for Fortune 500 companies then took on a role as Chief of Staff to the VP of Business for a social enterprise in South Africa. During her time as a Schwarzman Scholar, Rawan focused on China-Africa relations, especially as it pertains to the Belt and Road initiative.

  • Rebecca SingerCanada

    Princeton University

    Rebecca Singer is a Senior Associate in the New York office of Temasek, where she evaluates investment opportunities for Temasek's North American portfolio across sectors and asset classes. Rebecca is passionate about investing to generate positive social and environmental impact. At Temasek, Rebecca has invested in carbon capture, renewable energy, and AgTech companies. She previously spent two months living in India working with a social innovation incubator, where she learned about social challenges and innovative solutions. Rebecca graduated from Schwarzman Scholars in 2019 after completing her Bachelor of Arts in Music at Princeton University in 2018.

  • Reid Magdanz attended Yale University, focusing his studies on natural resource policy and management. After graduation, he worked with hydropower development projects as a Luce Scholar in Vientiane, Laos. Reid then returned to Alaska, where he spent most of five years staffing a member of the Alaska House of Representatives. He currently lives in his hometown of Kotzebue, balancing construction work with Inupiaq language revitalization and education reform. Reid also cares about the challenges rural people face in a global economy, transitioning to renewable energy, and promoting humility-based, fact-oriented politics.

  • Riyanka is currently an investor in the Tactical Opportunities group at Blackstone.

  • Ross JaggersUnited Kingdom

    University of York, University of warwick

    Ross Jaggers works in the Royal Society of Chemistry's Research & Innovation team as a Programme Manager and, in October 2021, will join the company Xynteo as an Insights Advisor. He graduated from the University of Warwick with a Ph.D. in Chemistry in 2017, following a master´s in Chemistry at the University of York. Ross is focused on sustainability and climate change mitigation and is an advocate for a transition from a linear to a circular economy. During his time in research, he developed new functional biopolymers and materials. Ross is an Ellen MacArthur Foundation Circular Economy Pioneer (2020/21).

  • Roy Segal Israel

    Columbia University

    Roy Segal graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia University with a double major in Economics and East Asian Studies, having completed his undergraduate degree in three years. During his time at Columbia, Roy served as the co-president of the China-Israel Connection, a student-led organization that aims to strengthen Sino-Israeli relations on campus and provides devoted, promising students with internship opportunities in Tel Aviv, Beijing, Shanghai, and New York City. Roy also studied abroad in Beijing, Kyoto, and Seoul. Before moving to New York City for university, he served in Unit 8200 of the Israeli Defense Forces Intelligence Corps.

  • Ruby WangUnited Kingdom

    University of Cambridge, Univesity college london

    Dr. Ruby Wang is the China Head of Health for Policy and Partnerships for the U.K. Foreign Office at the British Embassy Beijing. She focuses on bilateral and multilateral health engagement across government, academia and industry. Having studied medicine and practiced as a doctor at Cambridge University Medical School and London and Oxford Hospitals, she was recently deployed to frontlines for the U.K.’s first wave of COVID-19. Ruby sits on the Royal Society of Medicine’s Digital Health Council. Prior healthtech experience includes Medical Advisor for AliHealth and Director of Strategy and Partnerships at Holmusk. Ruby is a 2019 Schwarzman Scholars alumna.

  • Sarah MortellIreland

    Trinity College Dublin

    Sarah is the Digital and Innovation Officer for Lancaster West and Grenfell Housing Services in London. She serves as Chair of the EDI Network of the organisation, and completed a degree in Housing Policy during the pandemic. Prior to Schwarzman Scholars, she was a Director at Web Summit, hiring and leading the team behind a meeting of 1,000 select world leaders in Lisbon. Sarah has worked for Fleishman-Hillard in Washington D.C, and graduated from Trinity College, Dublin - where she served as the fifth female president of the oldest debating society in the world - with a B.A. in Economics and Politics.

  • Sathish RaghuramanIndia

    Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Sathish Raghuraman is a Business Analyst at UBS Innovation Lab in Hong Kong. He coordinates operations for UBS Next, and drives regional communications and staff engagement programs on technology and innovation. In 2020, he co-organized Coronathon, a global hackathon to build effective, scalable and low-cost COVID tech for India, which led him to speak at IIM Bangalore about crowdsourced innovation.  Sathish aspires to be a Chief Operating Officer at an impact-driven, innovative, technology organization. During his studies at HKUST, Sathish led its English debate team, interned at MIT and Microsoft, and won the Huawei Maitree Scholarship.

  • Seth KolkerUnited States of America

    Yale University, Rhode Island College

    Seth Kolker graduated from Yale and taught math for three years at a low-income public high school in Rhode Island, where he founded a course on "How to Change the World." During his year in China, he focused on understanding Chinese education and citizenship. He holds a Master’s in Education and is currently a Stanford J.D./MBA candidate on a Knight-Hennessy Scholarship. He aspires to upgrade the American educational system by revitalizing school districts, boosting institutional capacity for innovation in education, and transforming social policy.

  • Shantanu BanerjeeUnited States of America

    University of Texas at Austin

    Shantanu Banerjee graduated from The University of Texas at Austin, where he majored in Economics and Government. He is currently at JPMorgan Chase Institute, the bank's public policy think tank. Prior to his time in China, Shantanu spent two years at the fixed-income desk of the U.S. Federal Reserve. While in college, Shantanu spent a summer completing the world's longest charity bike ride from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska to raise money for cancer research. Shantanu grew up in Austin and currently resides in Washington, D.C.

  • Shefali Jain currently works as a Senior Associate Consultant at Bain & Company in London. At Schwarzman Scholars, Shefali concentrated in International Studies. Her capstone analyzed multilateral approaches to conflict resolution in the South China Sea and received the Tsinghua University Outstanding Capstone award. Prior to attending Schwarzman Scholars, she worked in Ulaanbaatar as an analyst at Mongolia International Capital Corporation, one of Mongolia's longest-operating financial advisory firms. Shefali is interested in exploring ways to effectively utilize intergovernmental and public-private partnerships to develop emerging economies. Shefali graduated magna cum laude with a degree in economics from Princeton University.

  • Shuyang LUChina

    Zhejiang University

    LU Shuyang currently works at China Oil & Foodstuffs Corporation in Beijing. She holds a bachelor's degree in Agriculture Science and two master’s degrees in Management. Shuyang is passionate about agriculture and international organizations. She attended the 2019 UN Economic and Social Council Youth Forum and interned at the UN World Food Program. Previously, she served as the Executive President of All-China Students Federation, Vice President of Zhejiang Youth Federation, President of Zhejiang Provincial Students Federation as well as President of Student's Union of Zhejiang University. During her tenure, she worked for the Central Committee of the Communist Young League.

  • Sietse Goffard is a Thomas Upham Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and works as a policy advisor on affordable housing issues for the City of Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to Schwarzman Scholars, he worked at the CFPB leading research projects on racial discrimination in lending. His research has been published by the National Bureau of Economic Research and Brookings Institution. In addition, Sietse served on the advisory council of Washington D.C.'s public transit system. He received his undergraduate degree cum laude in Economics from Harvard University, where he served as class president and co-led a citizenship mentoring program for Asian immigrants.

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