Yulina Courtney Goto

Yulina Goto is a rising third-year student at Georgetown University, majoring in International Economics and Mathematics. At Georgetown University, her well-rounded coursework in Economics, History, and Theology has uniquely shaped her interest in public service, particularly in harnessing data analysis to contribute to inclusive economic policy. This past summer, at the Crane Center for Mass Atrocity Prevention, Yulina collected data on firms involved in Uyghur forced labor and presented findings to the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, facilitating legislative efforts to detach U.S. supply chains from forced labor. This summer, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, she will analyze data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey (CE) dataset to understand how different racial groups responded, potentially differently, to pandemic stimulus checks.