Eighteenth Carroll Round Steering Committee


Meggie Underwood

Meggie is thrilled to be returning to the Carroll Round as this year’s Chair. She is a senior in the School of Foreign Service studying International Economics. While she calls Chicagoland home, she has also lived in Poland, England, Germany, and Scotland, which has led to a vast interest in international affairs and economics. In addition to the Carroll Round, she actively competes in Model UN. When not found doing work, she enjoys watching trashy television shows on Netflix, exploring D.C., and indulging in desserts. Within the field of economics, she is particularly interested in gender equality, foreign direct investment, and the effects of trade barriers on welfare. She is very excited to welcome you all to Carroll Round XVIII!




Joshua Levy
Chair of Long-Term Development

Joshua is currently a junior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in International Political Economy and minoring in Japanese. Though born in Tokyo, Japan, and raised throughout the Asia-Pacific Region, he considers Hong Kong home. Having briefly dabbled in research, his interests are focused on economic transparency, currency pegs and remittance flows. If not working on a project for the Carroll Round's future, Joshua can be found up late at night working for The Hoya, Georgetown’s newspaper of record. Otherwise, he's probably writing, reading a bad novel, or sampling the latest, greatest sour gummy candy.




Peter Liu
Communications Chair

Peter is a freshman in the School of Foreign Service and intends to major in International Economics. He has academic interests in environmental economics, externalities, and international trade. Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, he spent the past few years volunteering and promoting conservation education at the Oregon Zoo. In his free time, Peter enjoys jump rope, baking, and reading graphic novels.




Shine Aung
Chair of Operating Funds

Shine is a sophomore in the School of Foreign Service. He is originally from Myanmar, but moved to in Amsterdam, the Netherlands when he was 11. He is planning on majoring either in International Political Economy or International Politics. Shine was drawn to Georgetown due to its reputation for international affairs. He is particularly interested in international trade, development and public policy.  In his free time, Shine enjoys exploring different types of cuisine, watching old movies and traveling.




Yuou Wu
Speaker Liaison

Yuou is a senior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in International Economics with a focus on theory and policy. Having spent a year abroad in London studying economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Yuou is particularly interested in public economics and the intersection between law and economics in the realms of antitrust and international trade. Outside of her academic and professional life, Yuou enjoys competitive ballroom dancing, board games and hiking. 




Victor Li 
Carroll Round Proceedings Editor-in-Chief

Victor is a junior in the College double majoring in Political Economy (BA) and Mathematics (BS). He is drawn to economics because of the opportunities the field presents in fusing mathematical concepts and problem solving techniques with real-world public policy issues. Outside of the Carroll Round, Victor assists on a research project investigating the link between political instability and fertility rates, coaches debate, and sells boba milk tea. Victor was born in Toronto and raised in Los Angeles. He enjoys teaching children of all ages and NBA basketball (for the entertainment value, as well as its game-theoretic applications and challenges regarding the ways multivariate regression affects advanced analytics during those times when the Raptors make him sad).




Alice Ye
Managing Editor

Alice is a sophomore studying Economics and English in the College. She was born in China and grew up in the Philippines, which sparked her interest in international development, particularly in the sectors of education, human rights, and gender equality. Outside of the Carroll Round, she is also involved with UNICEF and the student-run newspaper The Hoya. In her free time, she likes to read and go on food trips around the world.




Jun Chun
Applications Chair

Jun is a senior in the School of Foreign Service studying International Political Economy. Originally from Seoul, he grew up in Montréal and Salt Lake City. His research interests include the principal-agent problem in vote-buying behaviors and the Varieties of Capitalism approach. Outside of the Carroll Round, Jun can be found training with the university’s rowing team, studying computer science, and watching soccer (particularly Liverpool games).




Jacob Witt
Logistics Chair

Jacob is a junior in the School of Foreign Service studying International Political Economics with a minor in Chinese. Born in Burlington, Vermont, he has lived his entire life in New England and is always a little too excited for sweater weather. Jacob's research interests include Chinese soft power, demography, and campus sexual assault. In his free time, Jacob loves to play chess, read, cook, and bike.




Yi Bao
Recruitment Chair

Yi Bao is a senior at Georgetown University majoring in International Political Economy with a minor in Spanish and a Certificate in Asian Studies. Born in Shanghai, China, she later immigrated to California with her family at the age of sixteen. After finishing high school in New Jersey, Yi came to D.C. to pursue her undergraduate degree. Through the experience of interning and working in countries with different languages and cultures, Yi has had the privilege to interact with colleagues from varying background and started to develop a global perspective, especially on trade and immigration issues. At Georgetown, she is also the President of the Pre-Law Society and a senior advisor of the Asian American Student Association. After witnessing the huge transformations that trade and FDI inflow have brought to the Chinese economy and society, she aspires to study International Trade and Investment Law after graduation for the better promotion of the worldwide movement of goods, services, and finance.




Crystal Zhu 
Alumni Liaison

Crystal is a senior in the School of Foreign Service majoring in Global Business. She is also currently pursuing a certificate in International Development as well as a minor in French. She grew up in Hangzhou, China, the city in which last year's G20 summit was held. She very much enjoys traveling around, experiencing different cultures and capturing scenaries with her camera, phone, and heart. Besides Carroll Round, she plays the cello and loves to sing in the a capella group. She also loves to explore restaurants and bakeries in the DC area, specializing in bubble tea tasting.




Chloe Li
Programming Chair

Chloe is a sophomore in the School of Foreign Service, currently intending to major in International Political Economy and a certificate in International Development. She grew up in Shanghai, China, and has then lived in the U.S. and France. This directly translates into her interests in international relations and international economics, particularly trade and finance. Outside of the Carroll Round, Chloe spends her free time exploring the galleries of DC and trying out various ice cream flavors.