Yingzi is a second-year Master of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) student. She focuses her studies on international trade and investment, Sino-U.S. relations, and China’s global engagement. Her professional interests include political risk consulting, global health, and the nexus between public policy and investment market performance. In addition to her coursework at Georgetown, Yingzi also assisted in research related to hospital management in China in Fall 2018, which helped her gain an in-depth understanding of the industry.
Immediately before the MSFS program, Yingzi worked at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy—the Beijing Office of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace—providing consultancy on government relations and partnerships, including project set-up support for cooperation with the Chao Family Foundations. Prior to Carnegie, she worked on global engagement for Tsinghua University. In this position, she managed communication and events and supported cooperation between Tsinghua University and Georgetown University.
Yingzi holds a Bachelor of Laws in International Politics from Tsinghua University, where she focused on International Political Economy, Sino-U.S. relations, and Public Policy.
"I chose the MSFS program because I believe the interdisciplinary curriculum and faculty of influential practitioners and scholars that MSFS offers will best prepare me for a career in global affairs.”