• WILLIAM HAYNESUnited States Of America

    Dartmouth College, University Of Virginia

    William (Campbell) Haynes is a student at the University of Virginia School of Law. At UVA, Campbell serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Virginia Law Review, and has served in leadership positions in the American Constitution Society, the Minority Rights Coalition, and the Virginia Law Democrats. Before law school, Campbell spent two years working on statewide operational problems and policy issues as a Governor’s Management Fellow for Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam. Campbell graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in Government in 2014. At Dartmouth, he earned the Fowler Family Prize for his commitment to political and civic engagement.

  • WOOKJAE JUNGSouth Korea

    Georgetown University, Seoul National University

    Wookjae Jung graduated from the Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service with a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service. While serving as an aide to the Minister of National Defense, he saw how technology is becoming the next frontier in international cooperation and competition. At Schwarzman Scholars, he deepened his understanding of the role of business in technology. Currently, he works at SellerHub, a SaaS venture that promotes global commerce as the CEO's Chief of Staff. In his free time, he likes to make cocktails and dance salsa.


    Peking University

    Xuanhao Zhang graduated from Guanghua School of Management, Peking University, with a bachelor’s degree in Management. He is currently working at the Communist Youth League Committee of Peking University as Director of the Publicity and Investigation Department. At school, he served as vice president of the student union at Peking University, deputy secretary of the Communist Youth League Committee at Guanghua, and party secretary in his branch. He was supervised by renowned economist Li Yining and completed systematic research on the New-Type Urbanization in China. As a music lover, he won the first prize for Bel Canto Solo in the 2015 Chinese Vocal International Competition. He is dedicated to enhancing social fairness and the well-being of mankind.

  • YAN AUNGMyanmar (Burma)

    Swinburne University Of Technology

    Yan Aung is a technologist from Myanmar with a background in management, communication and entrepreneurship. He has previously worked in the private sector as a marketer and led one of the largest integrated communication agencies in the country. He is currently working at the intersection of the public sector and technology – contributing to reforms in developing countries. Since Feb 1, 2021, he spends his free time contributing to the military coup resistance in the country.

  • YI JUN MOCKSingapore

    London School Of Economics And Political Science

    Yi Jun Mock graduated from the London School of Economics with First Class Honours in a BSc. in Politics and International Relations. Since 2016, he has served as Co-Founder and President of Advisory, a nonprofit that has supported over 140,000 young Singaporeans to make informed career decisions. As a Public Service Commission (Foreign Service) scholarship recipient, he will serve in Singapore's Ministry of Foreign Affairs upon graduation. Yi Jun is a Queen's Young Leader, Diana Awardee, Curator of the Singapore Hub of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community, Climate Reality Leader, and Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society.



    Dalian University Of Foreign Languages, University Of Birmingham

    Yingjie Fan graduated from the University of Birmingham with a master's degree in International Money and Banking. He worked as a project manager at Bank of China (BOC) International in Hong Kong SAR, China. At BOC international, Yingjie priced and evaluated IPO projects. He led a team to explore target companies' strength with specific consideration for the environment in the local stock market. He also led a team of business professionals on a rural revitalization project in Sichuan in 2016. Yingjie is currently at China Resources Capital Management Limited in Hong Kong SAR, China as Senior Vice President. Upon completion of Schwarzman Scholars, Yingjie hopes to continue his devotion to minimizing the regional development gap and to fighting poverty.

  • YOGAISH KHASTGIRUnited States Of America

    United States Naval Academy

    Yogaish Khastgir is a member of the United States Naval Academy Class of 2019. He will graduate in the spring of 2019 with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and a minor in Spanish. He shares his passion for STEM by teaching modules for kids in local schools, and enjoys spending time honing his Spanish working with local Hispanic youth. Upon completion of his studies, he will begin training to serve as a naval aviator.


    Tsinghua University

    Yuan Zhang will graduate from Tsinghua University with a bachelor's degree in Architecture from the School of Architecture and a General Education Certificate of Excellence in liberal arts from Xinya College.


    University Of Oxford

    Jeremy Chen, prior to joining Schwarzman Scholars, was vice president in charge of strategy department and international business unit at a Beijing-based internet unicorn company. Jeremy also worked in Deutsche Bank's Hong Kong investment banking division for four years, focusing on automobile sector. He graduated from the University of Oxford with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Statistics. After Schwarzman Scholars, he will work in private equity investment in technology sector and is also keen to further explore start-up opportunities.

  • ZACHARY TANNew Zealand

    University Of Queensland, University Of Sydney

    Zachary is a physician, scientist, and entrepreneur. He is a Venture Creation Partner at Aegis Ventures, a next-generation venture studio that ideates, launches, and scales transformative companies. Combining market-shaping ideas and permanent growth capital, Zachary leads Aegis’ healthcare portfolio with a focus on artificial intelligence and virtual care. Zachary previously led strategy at CancerAid, a leading cancer care startup; completed translational research in artificial intelligence in ophthalmology with the Centre for Eye Research Australia; and practiced as a resident physician. He is ultimately passionate for the intersection of medicine, technology, and investments to improve healthcare outcomes for people broadly.



    Washington And Lee University

    Zainab Abiza is a senior at Washington and Lee University majoring in Economics and Global Politics, with a minor in Poverty and Human Capability Studies. Through the Davis Projects for Peace, Zainab designed and implemented a project aimed at increasing educational attainment for rural girls in Morocco. She is currently working on expanding this program domestically and starting her own NGO to improve educational outcomes for girls globally. Zainab is Princeton PPIA alumna and has conducted research on counter-terrorism. She is fluent in Arabic, French and English.


    University Of Pretoria

    Zanele Mahlangu holds a B.Eng Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Pretoria. She is currently a Business Analyst for First National Bank. Zanele is a published author in the Italian Chemical Engineering Journal, an accomplishment she achieved through her undergraduate research project. Zanele is passionate about social justice and economic equality in South Africa. She has been involved with multiple community projects, like Zama Lesedi, an Enactus project aimed at providing solar lights to a community without electricity. Upon graduation, Zanele plans to use the knowledge to impact the community projects she is involved with that are aimed at mitigating poverty. Zanele is 23 years old and from South Africa.


    Sun Yat-Sen University

    Zequn Zhao graduated in 2021 from Schwarzman Scholars. Zequn previously served as the Executive President of the All-China Students Federation, President of the Guangdong Provincial Students Federation. In his position, he worked for the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League and served as the Director of the Academic and Technology Innovation Committee, which made him interested in public, education, and economic policy. Currently, he continues his Ph.D. study in Political science at Tsinghua University, with research interests including political economy, policy, and quantitative methodology. He is a member of standing committee of Guangdong Youth Federation, and is in charge of public service.


    New York University

    Zetong (Jack) Jia graduated from New York University with a B.A. in Politics and Sociology. Growing up in Zimbabwe, China, and the United States, Jack acquired a multicultural perspective and became passionate about global development and international relations. Through Schwarzman Scholars, Jack gained a more profound understanding of China's growing involvement in international affairs. His goal is to one day become engaged in the realm of policy and public diplomacy among China, the U.S., and African nations to forge new paths for multilateral collaboration. Jack is currently pursuing a Juris Doctor degree.

  • ZHENG DAIChina

    Peking University

    Zheng Dai graduated from Peking University majoring in Financial Mathematics and Philosophy in 2019. He is passionate about education and social innovation. He is the founder of THILLIANT-Mini Gap Academy, a social enterprise aiming at implementing Design Thinking to transform education process and helping to build students' core competencies. Stanford University named him a University Innovation Fellow for his efforts in promoting the culture of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Peking University. He designed and lectured for Peking University's ID Bootcamp (Mini Gap Year), Tsinghua University's D.novation Series and many other project-based learning courses.


    Barnard College

    Zhiquan Zeng studies Economics and Mathematics and Film Studies at Barnard College and is particularly interested in cross-national economics and Hong Kong cinema. She is a National Secondary Level badminton player, the president of the Columbia Badminton Club, and the co-lead of Redefine Academy. With her team, she built a women's empowerment academy and volunteered her time to facilitate the program for two consecutive summers. Zhiquan believes cinema is the best instrument to make positive social impact and the best language for different cultures to communicate. In the future, Zhiquan wants to explore ways to produce and deliver better Chinese cinema content to the world.


    Drexel University

    Zhiyuan Liu graduated from Drexel University with a bachelor’s degree in Communication. Enthusiastic about cross-cultural communication through business activities, Zhiyuan is an experienced entrepreneur who has founded Informatree LLC. and MUSII Tea Ltd. in the U.S. and China respectively, providing mobile phone products for cultural enterprises. Through Schwarzman Scholars, he hopes to enhance his critical thinking, cross-cultural understanding, and global leadership to help connect rising China with the ever-evolving world. In the future, he wants to create more products that can meet people’s needs and transmit Chinese culture.


    Emory University, University Of Pennsylvania

    Zhongyuan Zeng graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a master's in City Planning. Previously, she studied at Emory University with a triple major in Political Science, Marketing, and International Business. Her background in social science and business converged in her experiences serving underprivileged groups, including migrant workers, homeless populations, and female inmates. She has interned in a village committee in Beijing and conducted research on urban village renewal schemes. At Penn, she founded Urban China Collective, a global network of scholars and professionals exploring more inclusive, sustainable urban governance strategies. As a Schwarzman Scholar, she aspires to study policies germane to urbanization and the social security system in a global context.

  • ZHOU YUChina

    Tsinghua University

    Zhou Yu graduated from Tsinghua with master’s degrees in Public Administration and Global Leadership. At Tsinghua, he won the Gold Sailing Award for taking on extraordinary adventures after graduation and National Scholarship. Zhou is deeply committed to international affairs, especially climate change and energy transformation. He is now working in Energy Foundation, with a concentration on low-carbon transportation. Prior to that, Zhou worked in UNDP focusing on sustainable business.  With the traveling experience of over 40 countries and the mastery of five languages, Zhou aspires to become an influential person that can make our planet a better place.

北京市海淀区清华大学苏世民书院, 100084