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David graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Electrical Engineering and received his medical degree from Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School with a Masters in Public Health concentrated in health systems and policy. He completed a dual residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Christiana Care Health System in Delaware. He continues to work in Delaware as a dual Med-Peds hospitalist. He will gladly talk your ear off about health policy, the inner city, gadgets, and why Disney’s Frozen is actually a terrible movie.

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Jeongyoon Song

Jeongyoon (or Isabelle) will be graduating from Princeton University in 2014 with a degree in architecture. Currently she is working on a thesis that addresses communal space in Hong Kong's public housing. She is interested in the idea of humanizing architecture from the consumer product that it has become today.

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I live in Stanford, CA with my husband and daughter. I work at the intersection of Government and technology, and love meeting new people.

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Irene Lo

Irene graduated from Princeton in 2013 with an A.B. in mathematics. She is currently in the first year of her Ph.D. in IEOR (equivalent to ORFE) at Columbia University, where she spends her time exploring the structure of graphs, pondering how to serve God in the academy and pretending that she knows how to be an engineer.

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Ivy Lau

Ivy got her B.A. in Public and International Affairs. After spending two wonderful years on staff with Manna, she is now part of a team working on green growth and climate actions in an international development organization. She is interested in learning about vocation/calling, politics of religion, sustainable cities, poverty, and whatever inspires her to start a new research project. (Yes she gets a tad bit too excited about too many things.) Ivy loves seeing God's reconciling grace in everything - even things without a silver lining.

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Hyunmoon graduated from Princeton in 2013 with a degree in mathematics. He is interested in modern cosmic ideologies and is now at Seoul National University trying to understand the structure of empty space through the mathematics of Lagrangian Floer Homology.

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Han-wei Kantzer

Han-wei graduated from Princeton in 2011 with a degree in Politics and certificates in Applications of Computing and Music Performance. He spends his working hours hacking away in the field of computer security; a field that is sometimes very rewarding, sometimes very futile, but always very fascinating. He spends his non working hours playing the cello and buying many, many books. Some of which he reads.

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Jeremy Chen

Jeremy graduated from Princeton University in 2011 with a degree in Civil Engineering & Architecture. He is also self-conscious about making that the first fact on an "about you" bio - as if his education is the most important thing for you to know about him! (It's not.) But to get the rest of it out of the way, Jeremy is currently pursuing an M.Div. at Westminster Theological Seminary in PA, with the goal of doing...something "ministry" related. He tries to be straddle both the thought-worlds of problem-solvers and creative thinkers, but he also finds himself trying to be a bridge-builder in a lot of other areas of life as well. Ministry-wise, he is passionate about helping the Christian church recover a holistic understanding of our calling to pursue justice and flourishing for all. Currently, he's unlearning most of what he thought he knew about life from some wise & experienced urban ministry folks in North Philly.

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Edward Zheng

Edward graduated from Princeton in 2013 with a degree in Economics and a certificate in Finance. Because he is in the "real world" now and making posts on the GW blog, his trademark "I'm just a guy looking for God, waiting for a girl, trying to get good grades" description is getting an overhaul. Edward is currently working at an awesome economic consulting firm called Cornerstone Research. He was also blessed with the amazing opportunity of externing at a Michelin star restaurant. During his free time, he loves cooking (as you might guess) and talking to his alter-ego, Bedward.

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Enoch H. Kuo

Enoch graduated from Princeton University in 2013 with a degree in Religion. He's an avid fan of N.T. Wright and gets uncannily excited by dead German dudes with names like Hegel and Schleiermacher, being interested in philosophy and strengthening Christian witness in the post-secular universities of the future. He is currently studying for an M.Div. at Princeton Theological Seminary and preparing to apply to Ph.D. programs in theology.

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Daniel Song

Daniel graduated from Princeton University in 2013 with a degree in Public & International Affairs. He is currently a student at Yale School of Medicine.

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Calvin Gross

Calvin graduated from Princeton in 2015 with a degree in Classics. He's now a medical student at the University of North Carolina, living and serving in a low income neighborhood, and trying to understand what serving in medicine really means.

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Alice Su

Alice graduated from Princeton in 2013 with a degree from the Woodrow Wilson School and certificate in Near Eastern studies. She moved to the Middle East a few weeks later and now lives in Amman, Jordan, where she works with refugees while doing freelance journalism. She is a big fan of Jesus' call to welcome aliens, help strangers and love your neighbor, and is slowly learning how to do this in an interfaith, international context. Follow her on Twitter @aliceysu.

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