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  • Sharon is a materials scientist who is exploring sustainability solutions at the intersection of technology, manufacturing, and global value chains. Previously, she worked in 3D printing, biomaterials, and venture capital. She is currently leading overseas marketing at a green textile producer in Fujian, China.

  • Shaun KleberUnited States of America

    University of Georgia

    Shaun Kleber graduated from the University of Georgia in 2016 with bachelor´s degrees in International Affairs, Political Science, and Economics. After graduation, he spent two years with McKinsey & Company as a Business Analyst before transitioning to work with City Year, an AmeriCorps program, through which he served as a Student Success Coach in Detroit and a Team Leader in Boston. He is now a student at Harvard Law School, where he is exploring education policy, movement lawyering, and community organizing around the criminal legal system.

  • Shreya NayakCanada

    University of Toronto

    Shreya Nayak is an entrepreneur, a management consultant, and a community leader. After graduating from Trinity College at the University of Toronto with a bachelor's degree in International Relations, she built her own international trade acceleration and advisory firm. Shreya's community service and philanthropy in North America and India – as well as innovative consulting projects with Facebook, Google, and Accenture – lead her to be awarded prestigious recognitions, such as Toronto's Mayoral Protégé, British Council's Global Future Leader, Youth President at Asia Pacific Foundation, and Board member at Trinity College.

  • Sofía GómezMexico

    Universidad del Valle de Mexico

    Sofía Gómez Cortás graduated from the Valley of Mexico University in June 2020 with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Tourism Management. Sofía has helped facilitate over 100 international volunteering and entrepreneurial experiences through her involvement with AIESEC UNAM. She was an intern at the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Mexico, where she has expanded the presence of the company through alliances with universities. She is committed to foster further engagement between China and Mexico through human talent, culture, and financial technology.

  • Solal KapelianFrance

    American University of Rome

    Solal Kapelian graduated with honours from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations where he pursued a Master’s in Governance and Global Affairs. He lead a French Student Association which developed understanding and lasting projects between France and Russia under the Dialogue de Trianon framework. Solal worked as a Research Associate at The Future Society on the topic of the Governance of Artificial Intelligence. Currently, he develops his social-tech platform to strengthen the resilience of fragile communities. Solal is from France.

  • Songzhi (Richard) HuangChina

    Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Songzhi (Richard) Huang holds Bachelor of Business Administration degrees from the University of Southern California, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and Bocconi University. With project experience in Asia, North America, South America, and Europe, Songzhi aspires to explore the topic of sustainable growth for companies and cities through the lenses of business and investment. He is currently working in the management consulting industry in the respective fields.

  • Stefan BogensbergerAustria

    London School of Economics and Political Science

    Stefan Bogensberger is an Austrian national living in Sweden, working at Ericsson Strategic Programs Practice (SPP) on defining and driving the firm's strategic agenda. He is a graduate of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and the London School of Economics and Political Science. In his free time, he enjoys powder skiing, traveling, and reading.

  • Steven Soto is fascinated by the intersection of entrepreneurship, renewable energy, and accessible mobility. After studying Public Policy at Duke University, Steven joined startups building education and civic technology. As a Schwarzman Scholar, Steven studied the future of autonomous last-mile delivery in collaboration with the World Economic Forum. He now focuses on the expansion of electric vehicles, public transportation, and energy transitions. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Steven lived in Oxford, England; Cape Town, South Africa; and Seoul, South Korea. Steven is the first in his family to go to college and is his cohort’s Alumni representative for the United States.

  • Suman KumarNepal

    University of Rochester

    Steven Soto is fascinated by the intersection of entrepreneurship, renewable energy, and accessible mobility. After studying Public Policy at Duke University, Steven joined startups building education and civic technology. As a Schwarzman Scholar, Steven studied the future of autonomous last-mile delivery in collaboration with the World Economic Forum. He now focuses on the expansion of electric vehicles, public transportation, and energy transitions. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Steven lived in Oxford, England; Cape Town, South Africa; and Seoul, South Korea. Steven is the first in his family to go to college and is his cohort’s Alumni representative for the United States.

  • Sumati JoshiIndia

    Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies University

    Sumati Joshi is a Development Consultant and the Founder of a social venture aimed at eliminating the stigma and disparities associated with women's reproductive health. Previously, she worked as a Rewards Consultant at Aon and interned with Ernst & Young. Sumati is a recipient of the most prestigious accolade a young person can receive for their humanitarian work, The Diana Award. She is a Resolution Fellow, Alibaba Global Dreamer, UNLEASH Talent, and HPAIR Scholar. She has been a delegate at the United Nations Model UN Youth Summit and ECOSOC Youth Forum.

  • Tanveer Singh is a summa cum laude graduate of Columbia University with majors in Financial Economics and Political Science. Before Schwarzman Scholars, he was a consultant in McKinsey & Company's New York office, serving government agencies, Fortune 500 companies, and nonprofit organizations. At Columbia, Tanveer helmed multiple student organizations, including Columbia Sewa (a Sikhism-inspired social justice group), and interned with Ascendus and KKR. After Schwarzman Scholars, he worked with the New York City Economic Development Corporation before pursuing a J.D. at Yale Law School. Born in Queens, NYC, Tanveer's formative years were spent across the river in Jersey City.

  • Taslim Tavarez is a Paralegal at the ACLU's Immigrants' Rights Project (IRP). Before joining IRP, Taslim interned at the American Immigration Council and the NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA). Through the Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship, she interned at Aidha, a Singaporean nonprofit that provides financial literacy courses to migrant domestic workers. A former DACA recipient herself, at Pace University she founded ABRIR, an organization that provides college application workshops for undocumented high school students. She hopes to learn how trends in economic development and urbanization are shaping immigration policy in China. Taslim is from the Dominican Republic and the United States.

  • Tianshuo LiChina

    Tianjin Foreign Studies University

    Tianshuo Li graduated with International Economics and Politics dual master’s degrees from University College London and Higher School of Economics in Moscow. She currently works at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization Moscow office, focusing on BRICS countries’ innovation and participation of global value chains. Tianshuo’s passion lies in the emerging market’s position upgrade in the Global Value Chain and political/economic dynamics in emerging market cooperation groups. Interested in comparative research on collaboration between China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union, Tianshuo aspires to share Chinese experience with other emerging markets and build mutual cultural understanding between China and other nations.

  • Tomás Álvarez BelónSpain

    Georgetown University

    Tómas Álvarez Belón graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown University with a B.Sc. in Science, Technology & International Affairs. At Georgetown, he served as CEO of a consulting nonprofit, organized an immersion trip to the U.S.-Mexico border, and researched the E.U.-Turkey Readmission Agreement. Ultimately, Tomás received the university-wide McTighe Award for scholarship and service. A survivor of the 2004 tsunami, Tomás has spoken at the United Nations on disaster preparedness.  At Bain & Company, he has gained an advanced analytical toolset, which he intends to use to develop innovative, ethical technologies with the power to transform immigration systems.

  • Wei Teck Victor YeoSingapore

    National University of Singapore

    Victor Yeo graduated from the National University of Singapore with a bachelor's degree in Computing in May 2020. Emerging at the top of his class, he received the Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal and the NUSS Outstanding Graduate Medal. In 2017, he founded JioToGo, a mobile application to encourage ride-sharing, and won the NUS Innovation & Practicuum Award, emerging as one of the top eight trending applications in Singapore. He studied Entrepreneurship and Blockchain at Stanford University. As a Schwarzman Scholar, he hopes to understand China's entrepreneurial scene, and enhance Singapore's defense technology scene.

  • Weixi JinChina

    University of Toronto

    Weixi Jin graduated from the University of Toronto with a bachelor’s degree in Arts. During his time in Canada, he was active in several organizations, mainly as the Director of External Relations. He currently works for the Research Institute of Information Technology at Tsinghua University as a research assistant, conducting an industry-university research collaboration in the field of telecommunications. He is interested in public policy, and has conducted internships in several branches of a Chinese municipal government to provide insight into a public policy study.

  • Wenqi XiangChina

    Huazhong University of Science and Technology

    Wenqi graduated with her master’s degree in EE from Stanford University in 2017 and received her bachelor's degree in BME from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2015. After graduating from Stanford, she worked as a software engineer at Oracle and primarily focused on cloud database engineering. Wenqi is passionate about applying technology and entrepreneurship to solve real-world problems. In the fall of 2019, she returned to China and joined Shunwei Capital, a top-tier VC fund in China, with a focus on high-tech startup investments. Post-graduation from Schwarzman Scholars, she will continue her long-term passion in VC space.

  • William CullenUnited States of America

    Claremont McKenna College

    Will Cullen graduated cum laude with honors from Claremont McKenna College with a B.A. in Economics and Environmental Policy. On campus, he worked as student manager of a student-led environmental research center and wrote his senior thesis on renewable energy policy in India. Will studied Hindi as a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholar in Jaipur and worked as a research fellow at the World Resources Institute in Bangalore. He interned remotely at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi and hopes to pursue a career in climate change policy, fostering cooperation between the U.S., China, and India.

  • Ho Wing (Lawrence) YuHong Kong SAR, China

    Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Ho Wing (Lawrence) Yu is an Oxford DPhil in Experimental Psychology and is heading a cross-cultural mental health research project under Wellcome Trust. After being officially titled "Hong Kong Scholar," he received the "Global Study Award" by the British Council. Lawrence also co-founded "Future City Summit" to foster public-private partnerships for young institutional leaders mainly in the Asia-Pacific region. As a local and international public affairs enthusiast, he was elected the founding President of Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme Scholars Association. Lawrence aspires to become a future leader in developing human-centric, evidence-based public policies by understanding contemporary China's policy development.

  • Xiaowen HanChina

    University of International Business and Economics

    Xiaowen Han works for the Department of Global Communications at the United Nations Headquarters. She graduated from Columbia University with a Master of Arts in International Educational Development in 2018 and obtained her bachelor's degree from the University of International Business and Economics in 2016. Xiaowen discovered her passion for international education by working at several educational institutions, including Beijing Center for Chinese Studies, New York University, and the New York Public Library. In the future, she hopes to enhance cross-cultural communication and global citizenship education so that more young people, especially those from disadvantaged populations, can become change-makers.

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