EJB's Diana Won PPP '11 is one of 18 scholars chosen for competitive Luce Fellowship

March 1, 2015

Diana Won learned early on during her undergraduate years at Rutgers University that she wants to be where the private sector and public policy meet to make good things happen.

A Fulbright student when she graduated from Rutgers’ School of Arts and Sciences in 2011, the Closter, N.J. native is pursuing a master’s degree in public policy at the Gerald Ford School at the University of Michigan. “In school, I’m focusing on international development and how the private sector can help drive some of the policy debates,” Won says. Effective public-private partnerships and the alliances they create are among the best solutions to drive business while making sure business is not harmful to people, she says.

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