Tiffany Chan focused her Jackson studies on U.S.-China relations and Chinese foreign policy and overseas economic activities, especially in Central Asia. Prior to joining Jackson, she worked at an interdisciplinary research center at Harvard that researches China’s energy and climate change issues and provides science-based policy advice to Chinese practitioners. Tiffany has native fluency in Mandarin and Cantonese.  After she graduates from Yale, she will be running Hillhouse Analytics, a start-up that she co-founded with a fellow Jackson classmate. Hillhouse Analytics provides Big Data-driven strategic analysis and custom data analytics tools to organizations and companies interested in the Eurasian and African frontier markets.