Sabrina Leung ’18
Albright Fellow 2018

Sabrina Leung
Sabrina Leung is a senior majoring in International Relations-Political Science with a minor in History, and is interested in U.S. foreign policy and international security.

Her senior honors thesis focuses on nuclear cooperation between the U.S. and France under President Nixon’s administration during the Cold War, with implications for current alliance politics and nuclear proliferation. In the summer of 2017, Sabrina worked as a public policy intern at Savantas Policy Institute in Hong Kong, where she conducted policy research and analysis on Hong Kong’s potential technology role in China’s “Guangdong-Hong Kong- Macau Greater Bay Area” Initiative. She has previously interned at the World Affairs Council of Northern California in San Francisco, and served as a research assistant for the Water Governance Research Program at the University of Hong Kong. On campus, she holds positions on the Political Science Majors’ Council, the History Department’s Student Advisory Council, and was previously the Digital Editor of The Wellesley News. She is a native speaker of Cantonese, and has working knowledge of Mandarin. After graduation, Sabrina hopes to pursue a joint MBA and MA degree in International Relations.