TBG 2016 Summer Internship Team!
By admin June 14, 2016

Kyung Hoon Lee – NYU Wagner School of Public Service

KyungKyung is fluent in Korean and English. He was born and raised in South Korea until he moved to the United States when he was sixteen years old. After graduating high school, he went to State University of New York at Stony Brook as a pre-med Biology major. While in undergraduate, he took a leave of absence for two years and had administrative and daily-basis managerial experiences at a start-up medical engineering company and at Republic of Korea Army. After returning to a college, he changed his major to political science and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science pursuing healthcare expert in public sector. He is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service specializing in Health Policy and Management.


Emily Yu – Princeton University

EmilyEmily was born and raised in California, where she currently resides. She obtained her B.A. from Princeton University, majoring in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and focusing on epidemiology. For her senior thesis, she conducted a field experiment in Madagascar to examine the dynamics of infectious diseases in relation to human land-use. Through her studies, she developed a passion for public and social service, particularly concerning the intersection of scientific theory and its practical applications in sustainable, global development. Previously, Emily has interned and worked with a wide variety of organizations in the education, healthcare, and financial services industries. She strongly believes in TBG’s mission to impact communities by enabling local and global institutions, and hopes to gain a better understanding of international development during this internship.

 Hongli Wen  – NYU Wagner School of Public Service


Hongli was born and raised in China. She majored in International Politics during her undergraduate study in China and now is pursuing a Master of Public Administration degree at New York University specializing in Finance. She has skilled finance knowledge and great passion for international development. Before joining TBG, Hongli interned in several departments at municipal government in China and conducted different research projects at New York University. She gained experience in screening opportunities, developing portfolio and evaluating programs of international investment. Hongli believe TBG is a perfect organization for her to apply what she has learned and gain more experience on international investment and consulting. She is fluent in Mandarin and English.

Chinar Verma – NYU Wagner School of Public Service


Chinar is a current student at NYU Wagner School of Public Service where she is in her second year of her MPA in Health Management and Policy. She was born in India but moved to Tanzania when she was 8 years old and has lived there ever since. She attended a United World College where her experiences catapulted her into the field of international development. In college, her research focused on HIV/AIDS policies in Tanzania. Since then, she has worked primarily in healthcare organizations as a facet of international development and looks forward to learning more in the field. She speaks fluent English and Hindi, and is proficient in Kiswahili.

 Han Su  – Columbia University SIPA

han su Han was born in China, and graduated from the University of Nottingham with a bachelor degree of arts in international studies with Spanish in 2014. Prior to her master degree in public administration at Columbia University, Han worked for an NGO in Shanghai as a program coordinator, where provides free English tutorial to migrant students in urban Shanghai and broad mainland China. Working with volunteers from more than 30 different countries, Han was able to facilitate the teaching program and to promote equal access to a quality education and general welfare for all children in China. Han expects to expand her expertise in consulting and investment with TBG and to contribute to the communication and communication of the cross-culture collaboration.

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