EMMA MANFEI. HE

EMMA MANFEI. HE

Career Interests

Solar power project development, Automotive industry with a focus on vehicle automation, Decarbonisation strategy for city and regional planning Energy infrastructure
Employment Sought:
Internships

Education

Master of Environmental Management, May 2019
Nicholas School of the Environment
Duke University, Durham, NC
Concentration: Energy & Environment
Relevant coursework: Energy modeling, R statistics, US energy policy analysis, Renewable energy technology, Power market, Time series analysis
Activities: Duke Energy Week Case Competition case write-up, Duke University SciPol analyst of energy and high-tech policy
 
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (L’IHEID) Exchange Student, non-degree, 2016
Geneva, Switzerland
National Exchange Scholar: Development studies and international affairs
Relevant coursework: International Macroeconomics, Environmental Economics, International Political Economics of Energy, Natural Resources Development, International Environmental Laws
 
LL.B., 2017
Peking University, Beijing, China
Major(s): International Politics (International Political Economy)
Minor(s): Sociology
Research: 2015 Challenge Cup Research Competition (preliminary analysis on the propaganda mechanism of ISIS as revealed by official magazine DABIQ, first author), 2016 The Peking University Principal Fund Project on Greater Tumen Initiative (first author)

Professional Experience

Program Assistant, Ministry of Environmental Protection, Foreign Economic Cooperation Office, International Center for Environmental Technology Beijing, China
Coordinated the implementation of three primary annual bilateral governmental and public-private corporation projects: Sino-India, South Korea Canada; Compiled feasibility reports for 2017 Asia Environmental Technology Network program, the Yangtze- Ganges Partnership program, Sino-Mongolia Environmental Technology Cooperation program; program sponsors include the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Asia Development Bank. Oct. 2016-Feb. 2017
 
Innovative Green Development Program Research Intern, Energy Foundation China (EFC), Low Carbon City Study Beijing, China
Conducted mapping and research on local low carbon policy and its impacts on pilot provinces and cities for Low Carbon Policy Mapping online database (www.cepm.igdp.cn). Contributed to an EFC publication on the US’s low carbon policy by translating the draft from Chinese to English, compiling a column on California’s climate change policy, and analyzing the low carbon and climate change polices of 50 US states. Independently wrote an analysis on China peak coal scenarios by analyzing 15 reports from IEA, BP, LBNL and other distinguished institutes, and summarizing the main uncertainties and trends revealed in current research and reports. Summer 2016

Additional Information

Student leadership: Course assistant for LSE-PKU Summer School (Power Shift: China, the United States and the West in a new Asian Century, Prof. Mick Cox, Director of LSE IDEAS), summer 2016

Head of Department at School of International Studies Student Academia Department, 2014-2015

Chinese delegate to Santander Bank Top China Program Brazil-Sino Team, Summer 2015

China House (Kenya), Chinese Corporate Social Responsibility in Kenya project intern, 2015

Interests: Painting, British Parliament debate (several awards in school and regional tournaments), squash (teaching assistant for Peking University squash course)

Skills

energy efficiency
excel modeling
international development policy
presentation development
survey design

Graduation Date

May 2019

Additional Resources

Languages

Cantonese
English
French
Mandarin

Preferred Location

International
Mid-Atlantic
Northeast
West

Preferred Sector

Business / Industry
Consulting
Entrepreneur / Start-up
Research Institute / Think Tank