Connie Liu

Connie Liu

Harvard Kennedy School
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Master in Public Policy Candidate & Master in Business Administration Candidate, 2022
Connie Liu
Connie is a daughter of Chinese immigrants, and she is an engineer turned teacher turned entrepreneur. She has been recognized on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and is the founder of Project Invent, an education nonprofit that inspires students nationwide to invent technologies for social good. She is also an inventor herself, creating assistive technologies to empower those with disabilities. She graduated as a Phi Beta Kappa member with a mechanical engineering degree from MIT, where she worked on projects like FingerReader, a ring to help blind people read, and PenPal, a tremor-canceling pen for people with Parkinson’s disease. She is pursuing a joint MBA/MPA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Harvard Kennedy School. She holds a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans and aspires to tackle problems in education through a business and policy lens.

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