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