Ethan Chiu is a sophomore at Yale University studying Global Affairs and History at the intersection of foreign policy and emerging technologies. He is currently working with the DOD Information Strategy Research Center on developing cyber conflict and disinformation theories, along with the National Defense University on examining PRC perceptions in the Middle East. On campus, Ethan is the President and Co-founder of the Yale Foreign Policy Initiative, International Liaison for the Yale Review of International Studies, Political Chair of the Taiwanese-American Society, and an Executive Board Member of the Yale College Council. He has previously worked at the American Enterprise Institute, Department of Defense, and International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, focusing on Taiwan, semiconductor, and humanitarian AI issues. Ethan also has an extensive background in data analysis, machine learning, stem cell development, CRISPR gene editing, affordable healthcare advocacy, and clean water issues. He is proficient in Mandarin and Spanish.