Zenobia Chan is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Politics at Princeton University. Her broad interests include international security, experimental methods, and behavioral economics. Prior to her doctoral studies, Zenobia was an analyst and geo-data engineer at Google, and has served analyst and consultant positions at the United Nations, OECD, and World Bank. She holds a Master of International Affairs in International Security Policy from Columbia University, an MA summa cum laude in International Economic Policy from Sciences Po Paris, and a BBA in International Business and Global Management from the University of Hong Kong.
Selected Honors and Awards
Hong Kong Scholar (Hong Kong SAR Government)
Alexandre Yersin Scholar (French Ministry of Foreign Affairs)