Tappy Lung

Tappy Lung is a programs and communications intern for USCET. Tappy’s responsibilities include drafting speeches for USCET’s president, operating social media communications, conducting research, and writing reports.

Tappy is pursuing a BA in International Affairs and Political Communication at the George Washington University with a regional concentration in Asia. Since starting university, Tappy has delved into her research interests in international media, ethnic politics, and public diplomacy. At GW, Tappy is the president of the US-China Strategic Studies Organization, a student organization at the Elliott School of International Affairs. Here, she manages a platform for students to conduct research, discussion, and analyses on important topics in U.S.-China relations, and strives to make the U.S.-China relations field more inclusive and accessible. Tappy is also currently a Juliet Moser Research Fellow with the George Washington University’s Women’s Leadership Program.

Tappy has held previous positions as a research assistant in the School of Media and Public Affairs and as an outreach director at media company Left Middle Right.

Tappy Lung是USCET的公共关系与项目实习生。她的职责包括为USCET的主席撰写演讲稿,运营社交媒体账号,研究与撰写报告。


此前,Tappy在媒体学院和公共事务学院都担任过研究助理;她也在媒体公司Left Middle Right担任过外联总监。