The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Class of 2019 First-Year Fellow: Lillian Jin

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Lillian Jin ’19 intends to major in Economics and English, and pursue minors in Public Policy and Quantitative Social Sciences.

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Lily with First-Year Fellow mentor Nancy Bowler ’84.

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Lillian Jin ’19 is from Atlanta, Georgia and graduated from Northview High School as an AP Scholar with Distinction. At Dartmouth, she intends to major in Economics and English, and pursue minors in Public Policy and Quantitative Social Sciences.

During her first-year summer, Lily interned at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission with mentors Jay Matson ’91 and Nancy Bowler ’84. One of the most rewarding parts of her fellowship was learning about the intricacies of the energy market and the process of an investigation, observing first-hand FERC and Office of Enforcement’s approach to determining instances of market manipulation and their effects.

Lily is passionate about volunteerism, forms of legal advocacy, and environmental activism. On campus, she competes as a member of Dartmouth’s debate team, volunteers with children at the Upper Valley Haven, and interns in the Finance Center. Lily is also a student facilitator for the Dartmouth Leadership Attitudes and Behaviors program.

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