Sarah BruleySarah Bruley joined the National Committee as a program associate after living in Hong Kong for two years as a Yale-China Fellow, where she taught English at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. At the National Committee, she works on Congressional Staff Delegations, Young Leaders Forum, and U.S.-China Investment Project.

Ms. Bruley graduated from Yale in 2017 with a B.A. in comparative literature. While studying English literature, she learned Mandarin and studied modern and contemporary Chinese fiction. In 2014 she received the Richard U. Light Fellowship and studied intensive Mandarin through the Duke in China program in Beijing. As a Yale-China Fellow, Ms. Bruley also studied Cantonese, assisted with research at the Hong Kong University Centre for Comparative and Public Law, and helped establish education programming in Zhenping, China. Over the course of her time at Yale and in Hong Kong, she traveled extensively throughout Greater China.

While at Yale, Ms. Bruley was a staff reporter and later an editor for the Yale Daily News. She led a research team in the Lingnan (University) College Yale exchange program, worked as a Chinese translator for the Yale School of Management Asia Program, and became involved in student-led racial inclusion initiatives. In her spare time, she enjoys playing tennis and running.

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