University of California, Los Angeles '19
American Committee Member
Enya is a first-year student majoring in political science and psychology at UCLA. Having moved from Taipei to the U.S. in elementary school, she finds cultural differences fascinating and seeks to, through the perspectives of both international relations and social psychology, understand such differences and mitigate conflict. She believes in TASC’s mission to promote the cross-cultural dialogue and exchange necessary for innovative solutions for Taiwan and America’s challenges.
Previously a Human Rights Watch intern, Enya currently serves on the review board of the Aleph Undergraduate Research Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences and, in the UCLA Psychology Department, assists research on the effects of social desirability on measures of racial attitudes. In her spare time, Enya enjoys paintball, tea, and Korean dramas.