Luke Chan ‘24, of Manhasset, New York, a Politics concentrator pursuing certificates in Spanish and History and the Practice of Diplomacy is a Class of 2023 Dean’s Scholar in the Nations’ Service. He is passionate about leading teams to serve underrepresented communities, furthering his understanding of US law and government and researching US-Latin America relations. In summer 2021, Chan interned at the Partnership for Public Service, where he worked with federal employees across the country to develop their leadership skills. He also worked with the Korean American Grassroots Conference and advocated on Capitol Hill for policy affecting the Asian American population. In summer 2020, Chan was awarded a John C. Bogle ‘51 Fellowship in Civic Service and led a project at his local Economic Opportunity Council to serve over 65 underprivileged youth, connecting with his councilwoman and community partners to provide better access to educational and financial support. Prior to Princeton, Chan developed an interest for politics and public service by actively serving and fundraising for a rural community in Bolivia, founding an English class. On campus, Chan has been a member of the Princeton Debate Panel, Service Focus, and Old NasSoul.