is enrolled in the joint Global Journalism and International Relations Program. She was raised in Madison, Wisconsin and graduated from Yale-NUS College in Singapore in 2018 with a B.A. with Honors in Anthropology. As an undergraduate, she interned with HealthServe, a Singaporean NGO providing medical care and casework support to low-wage migrant workers. Jane spent her semester abroad in Tucson, Arizona on the Border Studies Program, studying issues such as neoliberalism, border militarization, and grassroots activism on the U.S.-Mexico border. Jane has been working in journalism since 2019, when she joined Mothership.sg, Singapore’s leading digital-first news platform. As a Senior Writer, Jane was dedicated to telling stories that shed light on social issues, with a particular interest in migration-related stories. As a journalist, Jane hopes to produce longform work that explores the intersections of social issues like race, immigration, gender, and class, and to center marginalized voices in order to have a direct impact on policy decisions. In her free time, Jane enjoys rock climbing and figure skating, playing board games, and finding great deals.