SCHWARZMAN SCHOLAR | TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY
Emilly Fan is a Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University. She graduated from Harvard College with a degree in environmental science and public policy. During college, she was the president of the Harvard Undergraduate Clean Energy Group and directed the MIT Energy Conference.
Emilly is passionate about addressing climate change through promoting cross-sector decarbonization and energy education. Her leadership and service to the environment has spanned the globe in her work with the Natural Resources Defense Council, IKEA, the United Nations Development Programme, Boston Consulting Group, and New Zealand’s Ministry for the Environment. She was awarded one of ten international Zonta Young Women in Public Affairs awards and a New Zealand Youth award. Her research interests center on climate and energy diplomacy in the U.S.-China relationship.