Elaine Zhang

Policy & Research Intern

Data is not one’s data, it is everyone’s data. Starting conversations and building bridges between countries and regions is the first step towards digital equity and inclusion.

Elaine Zhang is the Policy & Research Intern at the Datasphere Initiative. In her role, she assists the team by conducting research, doing data analysis, and contributing to the development of different projects. 

Elaine is currently studying at Duke University, earning her bachelor’s degrees in Public Policy Studies and Math. Elaine is fascinated by both the complexities of societal structures and the beauty of logic, numbers, and objectivity. At school, Elaien writes and edits for Duke Undergraduate Law Magazine Juris, where she focuses on International Law. She also worked as a research assistant and residential assistant. Outside the campus, Elaine volunteered at the Community Empowerment Fund (CEF), a non-profit that works to end the racial wealth gap by supporting local residents. 

Elaine speaks Mandarin and English. In her free time, Elaine enjoys reading books, listening to music, and spending time with family and friends. 

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