Bourne Wang is an MPP student at the Jackson School of Global Affairs, studying international development with a focus on the effective implementation of global and regional treaties and policy frameworks. He was the managing editor of Yale Journal of International Affairs. Prior to Yale, he completed a two-year teaching and writing fellowship at NYU Shanghai, serving as a writing consultant while conducting research on the role of the built environment in political networking among Qing Dynasty aristocrats. He worked at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, where he was responsible for strategic communication products, and at International Organization for Migration’s Nepal office, where he supported program implementation for Global Compact for Migration as well as projects for reintegration and gender-mainstreaming. At UN Centre for Sustainable Agricultural Mechanization, he provided policy research and coordination support for advancing a regional framework on agricultural machinery testing codes. Originally from Yiwu, China, he graduated magna cum laude from New York University with a BA in art history.