Tevin Singei is a junior from Nairobi, Kenya, studying Economics and pursuing the Program in Political Economy. He is interested in how the private and public sectors can collaborate for stronger and more efficient economic development, especially in the Global South. He is also curious about international trade economics and the institutions steering them, more recently the African Continental Free Trade Area and its implications on trade across Africa. Tevin is involved with pre-professional organizations in business, such as Prospect Student Ventures, Scholars of Finance, and Business Today. He is also involved in international affairs as an undergraduate associate at the Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance. Tevin has interned with consulting firms like BCG and finance companies like SoftBank, where his interest in the effects of macro policies on businesses has continued to grow.