Meet William Wenbo Wang, 2013 Fraser Stryker Diversity Scholarship Recipient

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Since 2007, Fraser Stryker’s Diversity Scholarship Program has supported BIPOC college-bound students who are interested in pursuing a career in law.


Our scholarship recipients have achieved success in many ways, from fulfilling their dream of becoming a lawyer, to carving out other dynamic career paths. A graduate of Millard West High School, 2013 Diversity Scholarship recipient William Wenbo Wang recently obtained a Masters in Global Affairs from the Schwarzman Scholars Program. The Schwarzman Scholars Program is “a one-year, fully-funded master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, designed to build a global community of future leaders who will serve to deepen the understanding between China and the rest of the world.” While attending the Program, William was elected to serve as the President of the Schwarzman Scholars Class of 2023 Student Assembly.

*Photo courtesy of William Wang’s LinkedIn page.

William has worked as a Manager at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, serves as the Chair and CEO of the Young Professionals in Transportation International nonprofit organization, and has recently started a real estate business.

Prior to the Schwarzman Scholars Program, William received a Bachelor of Arts in Politics and Public Policy from New York University and Masters in Public Affairs, Comparative Urban Policy from Brown University.

William will be attending Harvard Business School this fall to obtain his MBA.

We extend our congratulations to William on his accomplishments and look forward to watching his successful future!

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