Elizabeth “Libby” Lange is a first-year MA student at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. Prior to coming to Yale, Libby worked as the lead English speechwriter and social media manager for Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, an experience that solidified her interest in how narratives are formed and weaponized in the age of social media. During her time at the Office of the President, Libby accompanied President Tsai on state visits throughout the Caribbean and worked closely with the Director-General of the National Security Council. Libby graduated from National Taiwan University in 2018 with a B.A. in international relations. During her time at NTU, Libby interned for the U.S. Commercial Service at the American Institute in Taiwan and helped design and lead a class on geopolitics with former U.S. diplomat William Stanton. At Yale, Libby plans to study U.S. China policy with a focus on disinformation mitigation strategies and democratic resilience.