Claudia Wilson is a Master of Public Policy student at Yale. Her interests lie at the intersection of two contemporary geopolitical challenges: China’s relationship with the West and the governance of artificial intelligence. This summer, Claudia interned at the OECD, researching Chinese and Australian fossil fuel subsidies. While at Yale, she has been a teaching fellow for undergraduate courses in development economics and statistics. Prior to Yale, Claudia spent three years at the Boston Consulting Group in Melbourne, where she advised clients across the public and private sectors. She holds an Honours degree in economics from the University of Melbourne, where she was awarded the Kinsman Prize for her econometrics thesis on the gender pay gap. During her undergraduate studies, Claudia also completed a six-month Mandarin language program at Fudan University in Shanghai. She is currently brushing up on her Mandarin through further advanced classes at Yale.