Coordinator: Giorgia Davidovic

Giorgia is an Italo-Serbian master’s student in International Development at PSIA. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in International Economics, Management and Finance at Bocconi University in Milan, spending one semester at Sun Yat-Sen University in Guangzhou, China. Before this, she also spent one year studying in Changzhou, Eastern China while being hosted by a local family. She is currently interning at the French NGO Positive Planet, which works in the field of microfinance and access to markets in developing countries.

  • Renske Buisman

Renske is a postgraduate student, following Sciences Po’s dual degree with Fudan University in Shanghai called “Europe and Asia in Global Affairs”, with a policy specialisation in energy, resources and sustainability. For her BA, she did International Studies with a specialisation in East Asia, writing her undergraduate thesis about Chinese media coverage of pollution incidents. With a strong interest in sustainability, cities and media, she has interned with China Dialogue and open Democracy.

  • Simren Herm-Singh

Simren is a German-Indian master student in International Development at PSIA. She graduated from Leiden University, the Netherlands in 2016 with a BA in International Studies and a regional specialization in Latin America. Throughout her studies she extensively travelled and volunteered across South America and spent a semester abroad studying at la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba in Argentina. She is currently working as a Project Development Officer for Community Health and WASH at Seed Madagascar in the southeastern Anosy Region.

  • Luke Stuttgen

Luke is currently pursuing a Masters in International Economic Policymaking at PSIA. He started at Sciences Po after three years of healthcare consulting and has several years of experience managing infrastructure development projects in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. He received his BS in Economics and Math from the University of Wisconsin where he served as a researcher on a wide array of development economics projects.

  • Ana Relinque López
Ana Relinque López is a postgraduate student in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action at the Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po Paris with concentrations in African Studies and migrations. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Social Work at University of Cádiz spending one year at Stockholm University. Currently she is interning at Foundation for Human Rights Initiative in Kampala, Uganda. Previously, she worked as an European projects assistant at the Croatian NGO Informo.