After graduating from Princeton in 2010, Randy moved to NYC to spend the first chapter of his career in investment banking at Morgan Stanley. Eager to broaden his skill set, further pursue his growing interest in tech, and take advantage of China's compelling growth, Randy relocated to Beijing in 2014. Currently, he works for Kabam, a mobile gaming company, in a product management capacity. In his free time, Randy loves to stay active, competing in several triathlons every year.
Vice President, 2015~Present
Yupeng graduated in 2012 and moved to Beijing in 2015 after living in New York City for more than 2 years. Though originally from China, she grew up in southern United States and is thrilled to live and work in Beijing for the first time. Currently working in operations at a e-commerce startup, Yupeng enjoys exploring the old Beijing and discovering new coffee shops and hutong restaurants in her spare time.
Alvin is an ’07 graduate, majoring in Computer Science. He spent 7 years in New York after graduation, working at Citigroup in trading, strategy and quantitative analyst roles. In late 2014, he decided to move to Beijing out of curiosity and a desire to achieve Chinese fluency. He works currently as an investment manager at Crescendi Capital Management. In his spare time, he enjoys poker, hiking, tennis, badminton, and cooking.
Events & Outreach Chair, 2015~Present
After graduating in 2013, Sarah spent two years in the Princeton in Asia program, first teaching English at Y.K. Pao School in Shanghai, then at Vientiane College in Laos. She returned to Beijing in 2015 to study Chinese at Tsinghua University. Sarah is excited to work with the PAABJ to develop the Princeton community in Beijing and across China.
ASC Chair, 2015~Present
Tianshu is originally from Shenyang and graduated from Princeton in 2012. She worked at a biotech startup for a year in Boston before attending a master program at MIT. She moved to Beijing in July 2014 and is currently working in finance.
Alexander Galimberti graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in East Asian Studies in 2009. After visiting Beijing for the first time while attending the Princeton in Beijing language program in 2007, he was eager to return to China after graduation. He spent the following five and a half years in Beijing, working in the tech space for iResearch, Zhonghai Shixun and the Tencent-Groupon joint venture, Gaopeng. Prior to working in Beijing he was the founding product manager for Artsy. He is currently pursuing an MBA at INSEAD. Alexander was raised in Liechtenstein and spent his high school years in the U.K.
Vice President, 2014-2015
Vanessa moved to Beijing in 2013 to take up a management role at United Family Healthcare, the leading private hospital network in China and Mongolia. As an undergraduate, she travelled to Beijing each summer to learn Chinese at Princeton-in-Beijing. Originally '10, Vanessa delayed graduation by a year in order to climb in the Himalayas, becoming a proud member of '11 -- and a happy member of the alumni community in Beijing.
Vice President, 2013-2014
Alexander graduated in 2012 and immediately moved to Beijing, where he worked for two years in natural resources investment banking. He served as Vice President of the Princeton Alumni Association of Beijing from 2013 until he left for business school at the Yale School of Management. He is currently finishing the second year of his MBA program at Yale and will be working in investment banking at Citigroup in NYC after his graduation.
Events Chair, 2013-2015
Originally from Connecticut, Kendra graduated from Princeton in 2013 with a degree in Near Eastern Studies, and certificates in Music Performance and Chinese Language. She then spent two years in Beijing as an education consultant with Elite Scholars of China. Currently based in New York, Kendra works with an entrepreneur developing a phone app to tackle unemployment for disadvantaged populations. In addition to her work, Kendra is passionate about piano and violin. She was a member of the Princeton University Orchestra and Beijing International Chamber Orchestra.
Treasurer, 2014-2015; ASC Chair, 2013-2014
Nini Suet graduated from Princeton University in 2007 with a B.A. in Economics and Certificates in Finance, East Asian Studies as well as Korean Language. A Beijing native, her career spans from investment banking at Morgan Stanley, to digital marketing at Ogilvy, to broadcast journalism at Phoenix InfoNews Channel and CNN International. She eventually found her calling in education after establishing an education advisory Shang Learning, providing independent assessments and advice for private families in China. She can be reached @ninsuet.