Senior Policy Analyst; Lecturer with the rank of Professor, Woodrow Wilson School and Molecular Biology
“The Global Health Program at Princeton University, which is anchored to the Woodrow Wilson School, is multidisciplinary and collaborative within the University and beyond — reaching many communities and nations around the world.”
What I love about Woodrow Wilson School students is how they don't just passively observe but rather actively engage with the world. Here, I engage in dynamic policy debates with my peers and professors, and listen to panel discussions and guest lectures by world-class experts on world events as they unfold. I have the opportunity, through our policy task forces and independent research, to implement the knowledge and skill sets I've gained to identify real-world problems and seek sustainable solutions. In this school, the classroom walls extend outwards to encompass the world. (Hometown: Vancouver, British Columbia)
The Woodrow Wilson School has transformed the way I think about public policy. The School produces leaders who are trained to distinguish good ideas from bad ideas based on logic and facts, not political expediency.