Christopher Sperrazza joined the National Committee in July 2020 following the completion of his master’s degree through the Schwarzman Scholars Program at Tsinghua University. During the one-year fellowship—a major component of the National Committee-Schwarzman Scholars Partnership—he is organizing and executing bi-annual seminars for Schwarzman College alumni to continue their engagement in China-related issues. He also organizes activities for current Schwarzman Scholars to participate in various National Committee programs taking place in China, and develops new alumni programs to accommodate the needs of the growing Schwarzman alumni network. 

With a background in political organizing, Mr. Sperrazza hopes to follow the trajectory of U.S.-China relations during the 2020 general election and develop programming around this topic. Mr. Sperrazza is a born-and-raised New Yorker and a graduate of Hunter College, where he studied political science and human rights. Midway through his undergraduate study, he became increasingly interested in China, cultivated by his time as a public policy and international affairs JSI fellow at the University of Michigan. Since then, he has studied social policy in China, and more recently business in China during his studies at Schwarzman College. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, rooting for the Mets, and eating his way through NYC.

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