Abby Lu is a sophomore from Hong Kong in the School of Public and International Affairs, with minors in Humanistic Studies, History, and Quantitative Economics. Abby’s research interests lie in economic security, namely how geopolitical dynamics affect supply chains and the role of corrosive capital in state capture. She cemented these interests while researching foreign malign influence with the Center for the Study of Democracy in Sofia, Bulgaria, and while bringing early-stage entrepreneurs into Kentucky with Render Capital. Additionally, she was recognized by the Hong Kong government’s Social Welfare Department. At Princeton, Abby is chair of the Rockefeller College Council, a member of the Princeton Model United Nations’ Secretariat, and an undergraduate course assistant in the Mathematics Department. Abby speaks Mandarin, Cantonese and French and is learning Japanese, Bulgarian and German.