Amy Jiang is a junior from Andover, MA studying Economics and Ethnicity, Race, & Migration with a certificate in Computer Science. Her interests lie in the intersection of technology, policy, and society. Amy hopes to use her time in Grand Strategy to explore ways to address and mitigate the adverse socio-political repercussions of AI, both in its production and consumption, on marginalized communities. At Yale, she works as a Peer Liaison at the Asian American Cultural Center, is President of the Chinese American Students Association, and has served on the boards of Women and Gender Minorities in Computer Science and the Asian Americans Students Alliance. Outside of Yale, she is a Yawkey Community Service Fellow, and has worked at Coalition for Asian American Children and Families, Immigrant Social Services, and OCA-Asian American Pacific Advocates—New York-based nonprofits focused on Asian American and immigrant advocacy. She will also soon be interning in technology, media, and telecom consulting in VC. In her free time, Amy enjoys cooking and swimming.