Angela is a joint Master of Environmental Management and MBA student with a focus on renewable energy, climate policy, and the role of community engagement in the energy transition. At Yale, Angela works to develop ethical investment criteria around fossil fuels for Yale’s $41 billion endowment.
Prior to graduate school, Angela spent three years as a Sustainability Research Analyst at Marsh McLennan, producing thought leadership on how the private sector can understand and manage climate risks. Outside of work, she enjoyed being active in facilitating grassroots conversations about climate change, organizing local climate advocacy efforts, and supporting holistic nature-based education for children.
Angela grew up in Ohio before moving to Singapore to join the second cohort of Yale-NUS College. She graduated with a B.A. in Urban Studies (Honors) and a Yale-NUS Leadership Certificate. In her free time, Angela loves cooking, playing piano, and taking long walks.