Samuel Galler graduated with a joint BA/MA from Harvard in East Asian Studies with a minor in Global Health & Health Policy. He spent a summer as a research intern at Tsinghua University in Beijing, where he researched the role of Chinese NGOs in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Last summer he also consulted for the Rwanda Development Board in Kigali, researching ways to attract and promote investment in the region. He has a strong interest in the study of global governance, technological innovations in health, and the development of effective civil organizations. In his free time, he enjoys playing cello, chess, and tennis, singing, salsa-dancing, running, and learning new languages.