Judy graduated in 2015 from Wellesley College with a major in Political Science focusing on International Relations with a specialty in security in the Pacific region. In addition to graduating cum laude, she was awarded membership into the National Political Science Honors Society, Pi Sigma Alpha, and the Barnett Miller grant for Political Science honors students. Judy was a research assistant to her advisor at Wellesley and has also spent time working as an intern for the Department of Treaty and Legal Affairs of the Foreign Ministry in Taiwan where she advocated for Taiwan’s participation in the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese with reading and writing skills in both traditional and simplified characters.
Upon graduating from college, Judy decided to pursue her love for food and food systems by joining Clover Food Lab as an assistant manager. Currently, Judy works full-time as a butchery apprentice at Savenor’s Market where she hopes to learn more about meats, gain more culinary skills, and obtain more insight into livestock farming systems in the United States.
As a Environmental, Health and Safety Asia Associate, Judy will write regulatory update articles for both the Global Newsletter and Quarterly Report, update China’s environmental, health, and safety (EHS) protocols, and research EHS laws and regulations. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.