Volume 33 | 2021-2022
Lynne Guey is a 2nd generation Taiwanese American, interested in the intersection of global governance, media, and technology. Born and raised in Florida, Lynne graduated with a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Florida and briefly reported in Florida for an ABC News syndicate, as well as Business Insider. Since then, she has worked in marketing and communications roles at organizations including Venture for America and LOOMIA Technologies. Most recently, she managed government affairs for the Manhattan real estate and industry development portfolio at the New York City Economic Development Corporation.
Lynne was an early states field organizer on Pete Buttigieg's 2020 Democratic presidential campaign where she helped build out the campaign's strategy for AAPI outreach. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, running, traveling, and building community.
Francis was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He attended Brown University, where he majored in International Relations. After graduating, he moved to Washington, D.C. to work as an Atlantic Media Fellow at National Journal, where he covered trade and economic policy. Since then, Francis has worked as a communications specialist and content writer for DC-based think tanks: first at the Washington Office on Latin America and later at the Center for a New Economy. In these roles, he focused on implementing communications and advocacy campaigns to advance federal policies on a range of issues—including immigration, drug policy, and more recently, disaster recovery and economic development in his native Puerto Rico. While at Princeton, Francis is interested in studying economic inequality and anti-poverty policies.
Lea Hunter comes to Princeton from Washington, D.C., where she researched criminal justice reform policy at the Center for American Progress (CAP). She proudly served as President of the CAP Employees Union and worked to raise wages and improve working conditions for nonprofit workers. At CAP, her research focused on progressive policy solutions to shrink the footprint of the criminal justice system. She served as managing editor for a collection of policy essays written by currently and formerly incarcerated people titled What We Know: Solutions from our Experiences in the Justice System. Prior to that, she worked in former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid's (D-NV) office and interned for the Senate Democratic Steering and Outreach Committee. Lea was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah and graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Utah, where she earned a bachelor's degree in sociology.