Bourne Wang is a second-year MPP/MBA joint degree student at the Jackson School of Global Affairs and School of Management, focusing on the intersection of economic development and entrepreneurship. During the summer, he worked at the UN Centre for Sustainable Agricultural Mechanization, where he mapped regional trade policy to support Asia-Pacific governments in developing a regional trade agreement for agricultural machinery. Prior to Yale, he worked at the ClimateWorks Foundation, where he managed a cross-sectoral program in scaling up renewable energy and green manufacturing in Africa and Southeast Asia. Previously, he supported the implementation of reintegration and gender-mainstreaming programs at the International Organization for Migration. He also developed and led a school-wide tutoring program at New York University Shanghai. Originally from Yiwu, China, he graduated magna cum laude from New York University with a BA in art history.