University College London

    Fangzhou Xu graduated from University College London with a bachelor's degree in Economics. Prior to his studies at Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University, he served as China Business Development Advisor at DUBAL Holding LLC (a wholly owned subsidiary of the Investment Corporation of Dubai), originating strategic investment opportunities in the industrials, mining, and energy sectors.

  • Farid Nemri is the Managing Editor of the International Public Management Journal, and works with faculty on negotiation and organization studies at Harvard Kennedy School. He studied Psychology at Harvard University, where he co-led North America’s largest Arab conference and the first MENA-focused hackathon. He was a Research Assistant at the Schacter Memory Lab, a Venture Lead at Harvard Launch Lab, and a STEAM Researcher at the Institute of Politics. Farid recently published “Formidable Vulnerability,” a poetry collection on human resilience. Farid is from Jordan and the United States.

  • Felipe Flores will graduate from Harvard University in May 2019 with a bachelor's degree in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology and a secondary in Physics. During his undergraduate studies, Felipe has done Breast Cancer research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, working toward a senior honors thesis. He enjoys being a math course assistant, a manager at the campus pub, and spending his winters as an interpreter and surgical assistant for the Operation Walk - Freedom to Move medical mission in the Dominican Republic. As a Schwarzman Scholar, Felipe hopes to gain insight into public policy regarding the healthcare, pharmaceutical, and biomedical industries to improve regulation and research practices.

  • FNU ABIHAPakistan

    University Of The Punjab, Lahore Pakistan

    Abiha is currently working at the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Pakistan. She co-founded Sync City for youth development and mentorship and was working with an education start-up Thilliant during Covid-19. She has worked with the world's largest interest-free micro-finance program and at the British Council, and edited the Kectil book Females in Society.


    Georgia Institute Of Technology, Tongji University

    Guanhua (Roger) Feng is the Founding and Managing Partner of Sky Spring Capital in Beijing. His funds focus on HKEX IPO investments, convertible bond and cross-border merger and acquisition investments. Roger was born in the Shandong Province of China. Completing his degrees from both China and the U.S., he has absorbed mixed cultures and cultivated interdisciplinary knowledge of science, engineering, and finance. He has broad interest in social activities and sports, especially tennis and soccer. Roger started his career as a private equity analyst in CDH Investments, where he made important contributions to several transactions. Then he was invited to lead the mergers and acquisitions division in New Hope Group and had successfully closed several cross-border acquisitions and greenfield investments. Roger's current business has already supported almost 20 companies listed in HKEX and created outstanding returns for investors.


    Beijing Language And Culture University, Columbia University

    Li Guanzhi was a Schwarzman Scholar and a Friedman Family Fellow at Tsinghua University. He earned a master's degree in Instructional Technology and Media at Columbia University and a bachelor's degree in Finance at Beijing Language and Culture University. Guanzhi is passionate about tech entrepreneurship. Upon completion of Schwarzman Scholars, Guanzhi joined a tech-focused VC fund. His long-term career goal is to become an impactful entrepreneur.


    Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey, University Of Electronic Science And Technology Of China

    Haoyang Yu graduated from Rutgers University with a Master of Science in Computer Engineering, focusing on Internet of Things, and publishing two IEEE articles. Before enrolling at Rutgers, he received a Bachelor of Engineering from University of Electronic Science and Technology of China majoring in Optoelectronics. Haoyang began his career as an Analyst at Goldman Sachs in New York, where he focused on finding the big data and cloud technology to reshape the in-house data strategy. He then moved to the OTC derivatives post-trading automation group, where he designed and developed the strategic trading compression platform, which reduced trillions of dollars of notional value and saved millions in capital per cycle for the firm. Currently, Haoyang leads a trading data project. Besides his passion for FinTech, he also cares about Education and hopes to become an entrepreneur who can make financial services more inclusive and spread FinTech knowledge.


    Lady Shriram College For Women, St. Xaviers College

    Harnidh Kaur is currently a Product Marketing Manager at Swiggy, India's largest convenience provider. Previously, she apprenticed as a venture capital investor with Blume Ventures. As a policy analyst, she worked on urban sanitation, helping drive the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation WASH grant through India's leading strategic philanthropy foundation, Dasra. She has a master's degree in Public Policy from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, and her bachelor's degree in History from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi. She is a published author, poet, and columnist. Her latest book, Twentyish, will release in 2022.


    Central University Of Venezuela, University Of Oxford

    Héctor Andrés Fuentes (Venezuela, 1990) is a Venezuelan lawyer, political activist, and public policy consultant. He received a law degree from the Central University of Venezuela in 2013, a master’s degree in Public Policy from Oxford University in 2018, and a master’s in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University in 2020 (as a Schwarzman Scholar). From 2013 to 2017, he taught legal philosophy at the Central University of Venezuela and served as an advisor to several organizations, including Venezuela’s National Assembly. Since 2020, he has worked as an executive coordinator for the National Directorate for Communications and Information (Interim Government of Venezuela).

  • Himakeerth (Hima) Tammineedi graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and a Master's in Machine Learning from Carnegie Mellon University. Hima was a machine learning and AI researcher working on natural language processing and computer vision in both academia and in the industry on autonomous vehicles and global demand forecasting systems. He is also an entrepreneur whose past work includes creating a novel autonomous agricultural drone for small farms, much more efficient natural resource discovery systems, and logistics software. He aims to transform fundamental industries in the world.



    Keio University

    Hinako Hirasa is a researcher at Mitsubishi Corporation, based in Tokyo. Her work focuses on the geopolitics and macroeconomics of China and Asia, and the impact on Japanese trading companies’ business. She has worked in Beijing, Shanghai, and Washington D.C. as a global researcher for Mitsubishi. Earlier, she earned a Bachelor of Laws degree from Keio University in 2014, and minored in U.S. Regional Studies. During college, she studied at Brown University as an exchange student and majored in International Relations. Upon completion of the Schwarzman Scholars program, she intends to promote business cooperation between Japan and China.


    Ibmec (Instituto Brasileiro De Mercado De Capitais)

    Isabela Christo is currently a strategic advisor at the Minas Gerais State Government (Brazil), where she is putting her Capstone research into practice by attracting Chinese investment to the state through the creation of a Special Economic Zone. Before joining Schwarzman Scholars, she founded Soul Kombucha, the first kombucha company in her home state. She also worked with the Brazilian Government at its Mission to the United Nations in New York and with different renowned nonprofits in the United States. Isabela is an Alumna of Georgetown University’s Global Competitiveness Leadership program. She holds a bachelor's degree in International Relations from Ibmec, where she was an active leader in student organizations.


  • Isabella Colocci graduated from Harvard University in May 2019 with a degree in Integrative Biology and a minor in Global Health and Health Policy. While at Harvard, she has conducted original research on microbial ecology and access to care for people living with HIV in India. She was also co-President of the Harvard Pops Orchestra and played club Ultimate Frisbee. As a Schwarzman Scholar, she is interested in exploring health policy and the intersection of health and climate change.

  • JACINTA KEASTAustralia

    University Of Sydney

    Jacinta Keast graduated from the University of Sydney with majors in International Business, Chinese Studies, and Asian Studies. As an undergraduate, she worked at China Matters, an Australian public policy initiative that brought together Australian government policy-makers, CEOs, and politicians to improve Australia-China relations. Her reporting and international affairs analysis has appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald, ChinaFile and East Asia Forum, among others. She speaks Mandarin Chinese and Japanese, and is a Westpac Bicentennial Foundation Scholar.

  • JACK LEWYUnited Kingdom

    University Of Cambridge

    Jack Lewy graduated top of his year from Cambridge University, with a degree in Politics and International Relations. Prior to joining Schwarzman Scholars, he worked as a speechwriter and researcher to a Government Minister, working closely with the All Party Parliamentary Group for the prevention of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity.

  • Jennifer Almodovar Jimenez graduated from Brandeis University with majors in Politics and International Relations and minors in Philosophy and Legal Studies. At Brandeis, she fostered her passion for social justice and public service by advocating for Haitian cholera victims, conducting wrongful convictions research, and interning at the Massachusetts State House, U.S. Senate, and the UK Parliament. As a way to honor her immigrant roots, Jennifer hopes to pursue a career in law and policy focusing on immigration. She is currently finishing a Master of Public Policy at the University of Oxford.

  • Jesper Ke is a medical student at the University of Michigan Medical School. He graduated in 2019 from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. As an undergraduate, he founded a free English program for Boston immigrants and served on the board of a $3 million student-led nonprofit. After graduating, Jesper worked at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

  • JESSE MARKSUnited States Of America

    Florida State University, University Of Cambridge

    Jesse Marks is a foreign affairs analyst and policy adviser on U.S. policy in the Middle East. He is an international relations scholar on China-Middle East relations, international humanitarian policy and global governance. He previously worked as a Boren scholar at UNHCR, Fulbright fellow at the Jordan Center for Strategic Studies, and a Scoville fellow at the Stimson Center. Jesse holds a master's in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University, an MPhil in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge (Fitzwilliam College), and a B.A. in Middle East Studies from Florida State University.


    Peking University

    Jiangcheng Zhu graduated from Peking University with a double major in Philosophy and Economics. After college, Jiangcheng spent a year running a chicken-breeding social enterprise at a poor village in Hunan, China, which increased 18 local families' annual income by 10%. As an excellent tennis player, Jiangcheng won several men's singles championships in Beijing and led Peking University's tennis team to its first men's and women's dual team championship. After Schwarzman Scholars, he joined the Sequoia Fellowship Program and became an investment manager at the 4th Paradigm. In 2021, Jiangcheng will further pursue an MBA degree at Yale School of Management.


    Nankai University

    Jiayu (Stella) Zeng graduated from Nankai University with a bachelor's degree in Financial Management. During college, she put efforts in promoting social attention and resource allocation in mental health through online platform and offline activities. After the one-year amazing adventure at Schwarzman Scholars, she now works at a state-owned commercial bank, focused on promoting economic development and solving social problems with financial forces. Jiayu is from Beijing, China.

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