Alice Liang ’16
Albright Fellow 2016

Alice Liang
Alice Liang is a senior double-majoring in Economics and Political Science.

A recipient of the Schiff Fellowship, she is writing a thesis on the impact of natural resources on political violence. In the summer of 2015, she worked on financial stability research at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Last semester, she studied abroad at Sciences Po Paris, focusing on global markets and transatlantic relations. She has studied French at Wellesley and speaks Chinese natively. This year, she serves on the senior Class Council and as the managing editor of The Wellesley News. She is also a Case Fellow in the economics department, a teaching assistant, and a writing tutor on campus. Off campus, she has worked on multiple development economics research projects at MIT, currently with Esther Duflo at the Jameel Poverty Action Lab. After graduation, Alice will be returning to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as a research assistant and hopes to attend graduate school in the future.