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Defense Innovation Scholar

Evian Jiang

From the Bay Area, Evian is a sophomore studying Political Science with concentrations in International Relations and Justice and Law, minoring in Economics and Human Rights. She is curious about the intersection of international law, human rights, and national security, with interests in counterterrorism, stopping human trafficking, cybersecurity, and transnational security. Evian is involved with Stanford in Government, the Society for International Relations at Stanford, Cardinal Policy Group, and the Asian Women's Alliance. Additionally, she is a research assistant for both CISAC and the Center for Human Rights and International Justice, studying international law's prohibition of nuclear weapons, as well as the state of women's rights in Kenya and Tanzania. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, hiking, playing piano, cooking, and traveling.