Associate World Fellow
Yale Law School
Geng Ngarmboonanant is a student at Yale Law School, where he is Co-President of the Yale Law Democrats, Vice President of the National Security Group, and Executive Editor of the Yale Journal of Law & Technology. Before law school, Geng served as a legal fellow at the Senate Judiciary Committee, where he drafted bills, memos, and speeches on issues ranging from immigration to social media regulation to the Special Counsel’s investigation into Russian electoral interference. Previously, Geng worked as an associate consultant at Bain & Company, where he co-founded the New York office’s Public Policy Discussion Group. He was also a fellow at New America, a research intern at Brookings, and has published over 30 editorials in the Washington Post. In May 2015, Geng received his undergraduate degree from Yale, where he graduated cum laude with distinction in Ethics, Politics & Economics. Geng grew up in Bangkok, Thailand and immigrated to the United States at age 14.