Nina Sheridan Co-President
Nina is a junior majoring in Politics, with a certificate in East Asian Studies. Over the summer, she published a piece in the Chinese edition of the New York Times on exiled Chinese human rights lawyer Teng Biao and was a teacher at Princeton Global Youth Leaders in Beijing. On campus, she was an assistant director for Business Today's Women in Business conference (now called Aspire) and writes for the Street section of the Daily Princetonian. Nina interned at the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei in summer 2016 and at a corporate investigations firm in summer 2017. This fall, she interned on the Hill in the Office of Congressman Mike Thompson. Nina spent a gap year working and traveling across Europe, Southeast Asia, and Australia and is studying abroad in Ireland in the spring semester.
Andrew Li Co-President
Andrew is a Junior on a pre-health track, majoring in the Woodrow Wilson School and pursuing certificates in Global Health & Health Policy and East Asian Studies. Outside of PUCC, Andrew is heavily involved in the Princeton International Relations Council; he is a member of the Princeton Model United Nations Team and is also is involved in organizing Princeton’s high school Model UN conference. Andrew is also involved in the Asian American Students Association’s Political Projects Board, serves on a committee of the Undergraduate Student Government, and staffs the National High School Model United Nations Conference. Over the summer, Andrew engaged in health policy research at the Association of American Medical Colleges. He is intensely passionate in the fields of medicine, policy, and US-China relations.