I am a recent graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology, with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering concentrating in Economic and Financial Systems, as well as a minor in Economics. My family is originally from Xiamen, China, and I’m native to Atlanta, Georgia. Starting in August, I’ll be based out of Ernst & Young’s New York City headquarters, working as a Staff Consultant as part of their Technology Advisor Program.
I have always sought opportunities to develop my professional and technical skills in a challenging and competitive environment. To this end, I’ve completed two rotations as a Revenue Growth Management Co-op at The Coca-Cola Company’s Atlanta headquarters; at Georgia Tech, I was the President of the Epsilon Theta Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi, as well as the co-founder and Vice President of our Young Americans for Liberty chapter. Additionally, I was involved with the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers chapter, and I was a Campus Ambassador with the Foundation for Economic Education.
I’ve had a long-held fascination with astronomy, space exploration, and history, and I’m a member of STARFLEET International, although I grew up obsessed with Star Wars. When I have free time, I’m golfing, playing the violin or chess, browsing r/daystrominstitute, or on Steam. I hope one day to visit and explore space. #boldlygo
May 4, 2019 — Graduated from Georgia Tech with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and a Minor in Economics
Nov 15, 2018 — Became certified with the Phi Sigma Pi Leadership in Action Program
May 15–Aug 2, 2018 — Studied abroad with the Beijing-Singapore Program
Aug 4, 2017 — Left The Coca-Cola Company after two co-op work experience rotations
Feb 15, 2016 — Revived the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at Georgia Tech
May 20, 2015 — Graduated from Peachtree Ridge High School
Feb 28, 2014 — Won the Yale Science & Engineering Association Science Fair Award for this project