William Wenbo Wang most recently worked in New York City at Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton LLP as a professional responsibility analyst and as an extern at the Policing Project at the New York University School of Law. His experience in multiple levels of government from the U.S. Senate and House to the New York City Mayor's Office has focused his interest on urban planning and development. At Brown, William will be specializing in comparative U.S.-China urban policy. He is focusing on identifying regulatory and policy changes that promote technological integration, environmental sustainability and economic affordability in the development of U.S. megaregions in the 21st century. He aims to strengthen areas of cooperation at the local level between China and the United States. William was born in China and immigrated to Omaha, Nebraska at the age of seven. He received a bachelor’s degree with a double major in politics and public policy with honors from New York University.