Zoe San Martin


Zoe San Martin ‘24, from Miami, Florida, is concentrating in the Princeton School of Public & International Affairs with a certificate in Chinese Language & Culture. San Martin is a Class of 2023 Dean’s Scholar in the Nations’ Service. She is fascinated by the intersection of international law and foreign policy, particularly concerning the future of U.S.-China relations. In the summer of 2021, San Martin interned at the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, where she worked alongside the Honorable Judge Alan Fine, crafting legal memoranda and aiding in resolving civil cases that had been open for decades. In the summer of 2022, San Martin interned with the Asia Division of the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative. Through the Rule of Law Initiative, she wrote internal reports on the evolving legal and political climate in the region, coordinated with international partners on the creation and dissemination of an anti-money laundering newsletter, and revised analysis for donor reports on projects concerning women and children’s rights, anti-money laundering, and counter terrorism financing. On campus, she serves as Executive Director of Princeton Model Congress, the oldest congressional debate conference in the nation, and competes on the Model United Nations and Mock Trial Teams. San Martin also works as a Learning Consultant with the McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning.