Michelle Fang

Student Fellow

Michelle is a senior at Yale University, majoring in Ethics, Politics & Economics with a concentration in tech policy. She is interested in tech policy, specifically crypto regulation to make digital currencies more accessible. Academically, Michelle has conducted antitrust economics research with the former Obama Antitrust Official Fiona Scott Morton for two years and serves as a fellow for the Yale Law School ISP (Information Society Project) working on the Digital Public Sphere project. Professionally, Michelle has worked at an early stage startup with a Thiel Fellow and Goldman Sachs in the financial institutions group (FIG) for investment banking, focusing on fintech and bank transactions. While taking time off, Michelle has also co-founded the Orpheus Pledge, a nonprofit project to combat tech addiction, with an MD-PhD psychiatrist at Harvard. With both public and private sector experience, Michelle is looking for post-grad opportunities at the intersection of tech and policy.