Chelsea Wong is an Honors College student double majoring in Economics and Political Science with a minor in Philosophy. She is a James Dickson Carr Scholar as well as a Cullen Family Endowed Scholar. She has recently completed a semester abroad in Hong Kong studying Economics and Politics at the University of Hong Kong. There, she studied under Dr. Eliza W.Y Lee, completing a research project that analyzed the fallout from the “Two Systems, One Country” promise in the Special Administrative Region. At Rutgers, Chelsea served as the External Vice President for Phi Beta Lambda, a professional development organization, this past year and organized events promoting networking, public speaking, and resume-building to the Rutgers student body. On campus, she is also a Scarlet Ambassador, representing Rutgers New Brunswick to prospective students and families. Chelsea hopes to attend law school in the future to study criminal defense law to represent those wrongly incarcerated and work with the Innocence Project. Outside of her studies, she enjoys playing the piano, drinking excessive amounts of coffee, and taking pictures of her cat.