2020-21 Global Committee
VP of Global Committee
Katie Busch is a sophomore in the College most likely studying philosophy and psychology. In addition to working with PPC, Katie is a reporter for the Daily Pennsylvanian and a member of the Penn club lacrosse team. She is passionate about the concepts of global citizenship and equity as well as criminal justice reform. Katie is from Winnetka, Illinois, and in her free time she likes to do yoga, read, and try out new recipes.
VP of Global Committee
Lucia is a sophomore at Penn studying political science and economics. In high school, she was involved in Model UN, shadowed local legislators, and interned for her district’s State Senator. She is particularly interested in foreign policy and geopolitics. As a member of PPC, she looks forward to learning about policy issues and the UN’s efforts to resolve them.
Liam Cullina is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania with a major in biology, a concentration in neurobiology, and a double minor in chemistry and American public policy. At Penn, he is also a member of the Pre-Medical Association and is a lab assistant in a genetics lab. He holds a commercial lobster license in Maine, where he grew up, and in high school pursued his policy interests as a captain of his Speech and Debate Team and as the Chief of Staff of the Model United Nations Club.
Zach Reznikoff is a sophomore from Fairfield, Connecticut, studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. In addition to his experience working with a variety of local political campaigns, he has interned with Congressman Jim Himes in both campaigning and legislative departments. He is a graduate of the St. Albans School for Public Service as a summer fellow and the School for Ethics and Global Leadership, both of which are politically oriented, competitive programs in Washington, D.C. At Penn, Zach is involved with Penn Democrats and other activist groups.
Aashray Khanna is a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania interested in Economics, Politics, and Legal Studies. Growing up in Michigan, Aashray worked for the Public Defender's Office, which sparked his interest in the law. In addition to the PPC, Aashray is involved with the Penn Debate Society, the Public Policy Initiative, and the International Affairs Association.
Camila Bonchristiano is a freshman from Sao Paulo, Brazil who also lived in the United Kingdom for several years. She is studying Economics and potentially Political Science, and is particularly passionate about sustainability and education rights. Camila also loves learning about different cultures, which has motivated her study of several languages, including Portuguese, Spanish and French.
Sneha Sharma is a sophomore pursuing a B.A. in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics with a concentration on Public Policy and Governance. Her passion to work in the intersection of policy, healthcare, and business has also led her to minor in Healthcare Management and Consumer Psychology in the Wharton School of Business. Her interest was cultivated at a young age with her family having lived in three different continents, and she grew her experience through the classic Model United Nation & Youth in Government conferences as well as becoming Chair of the Mayor’s Youth City Council. She continues to focus on foreign current events through her nonprofit and the International Affairs Association traveling Model UN team. She is also part of the Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity on campus and is working on her own sustainable shoe start-up. She is very excited to tackle issues with Penn Policy Consulting Group.
Angelina Oh is a freshman from San Diego, California, most likely studying Philosophy, Politics, & Economics with a minor in Legal Studies & History. In addition to working with PPC, Angelina is involved with the Korean Student Association, the Public Policy Initiative, and the Civic House. In high school, she was involved with Speech & Debate, Model United Nations, and worked with various non-profits, including the United Nations Association of USA, Run Women Run, and Heirs to Our Oceans. She is passionate about the intersection of public policy and social justice issues as well as international affairs.
Chardonnay Needler is a Sophomore in the College double majoring in International Relations and Chinese and minoring in Linguistics. She is very interested in international advancements in technology and the spillover from the digital world into the policy-making one. In addition to PPC, Chardonnay is part of PennYo and PPR as well as an undergraduate researcher. Catch her curating Spotify playlists, learning languages and reading in aesthetic cafes once when quarantine is over.