I am currently a junior at Tufts University, and am most
interested in pre-law opportunities, intellectual property, creative direction, and the fine arts.
As a student, I am most drawn to political theory, ethics, gender studies, and epistemology. As a
student of Mandarin Chinese for over seven years, I hope to continue language study
into the future, and to incorporate it into future employment options. Aside
from academics, I am involved
in various political and social justice initiatives on campus, particularly
those related to reproductive justice and
sexual assault prevention. My social activism experience includes: reproductive
rights advocacy, sexual
violence prevention, and philanthropic work for girls' education, through
community organizing, journalism,
advocacy, and grant screening. In addition, I am active in various arts and
music production initiatives on the Tufts campus, and beyond.
Microsoft Office (full)
Asian Art/Fine Arts
Mandarin Chinese, conversational
University Dean's List: Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016
National AP Scholar with
05/2016 to 08/2016
Government Relations InternPlanned Parenthood League of Massachsetts － Boston, MA
As a Government Relations and Political
Intern, I work closely with Planned Parenthood's Government Relations Manager
to support and build relationships with elected officials across Massachusetts,
organize voter and community engagement activities, conduct the 2016 municipal
endorsement process and activities to support candidates, and help with other
outreach and educational projects as needed. Additionally, I worked to assist the
Government Relations Manager in conducting policy research, as well as lobbying
03/2015 to 10/2016
Research AssistantHarvard University － Cambridge, MABetween March and October of 2015, I worked as
a research assistant to Professor William H. Overholt at the
Harvard University Asia
Center. The Asia Center serves as a facility designed to help strengthen the
and understanding of East, Southeast, and South Asia for Harvard University,
its students, and its
surrounding community. As a research
assistant, I have contributed to the study of income inequality in China
through various lenses,
and helped to compile data, periodicals, and other resources for the production
academic work to be
published by Professor Overholt and Harvard University.
07/2015 to 10/2015
Research ClerkHarvard University － Cambridge, MA
As a research clerk, I was responsible to help mitigate difficulties during the research process for the professor I worked with.
Such work typically consisted of organizing and digitizing documents to be uploaded to the Harvard servers, or sorting documents intended for academic research or for publication.
Further, I often utilized Microsoft Excel for budget and reimbursement files, and was entrusted to mail, email, or fax classified documents on behalf of the professor I worked for.
06/2013 to 06/2014
Independent ResearcherUniversity of California, Los Angeles － Los Angeles, CABetween May 2013-May 2014
I worked as an independent researcher under the mentorship of Ronald
Rogowski, a professor in the political science
and economics departments at UCLA. As a researcher, I worked
with documents and
resources in the UCLA libraries, as well as independently, for a personal
currency sterilization in China, and its effects on income inequality in the
Bachelor of Arts: Philosophy and Political ScienceTufts University － Medford, MA, USACumulative GPA: 3.67
Academic scholarship, budget management, clerical tasks and responsibilities,Microsoft Office including Excel, campaign advocacy, canvassing, strategic planning, grant screening, American Red Cross CPR/triage certification.