2016 Interns

Audrey Shi is a MPA-ID/MBA joint degree candidate at Harvard Kennedy School and Stanford Graduate School of Business. Before the program, she was an Economist at Deutsche Bank Hong Kong where she modeled macroeconomic indicators, published thematic reports on China and provided research views to major financial institutions. With her team, Audrey also conducted five independent policy projects for the Chinese government, with topics ranging from private sector deregulation, financial liberalization to structural reforms. Beyond macro research, Audrey has strong interest in non-cognitive skills education. She holds dual bachelors in Economics and French Language and Literature from Peking University in Beijing, China.


Mykola Miagkyi is a MPA-ID candidate at Harvard Kennedy School. Prior to joining the program in the fall 2015, Mykola spent two years as a macroeconomic analyst at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in London (UK) and in Kyiv (Ukraine). In the Bank Mykola was responsible for macroeconomic, policy, and structural reform analysis of the countries in the Eastern Europe and the Caucasus region. He contributed to EBRD’s main analytical publications, prepared bi-annual country risk assessments across 36 countries of operations, participated in country missions and was engaged in policy dialogue with the authorities and key international stakeholders. Mykola also assisted senior management with design of a crisis response initiative in Ukraine following the events of 2014. Before the EBRD, Mykola worked in the private asset management company in Ukraine. Mykola holds PhD and Master degrees from Kyiv Taras Shevchenko University. He is also a CFA charterholder.

Prior to entering Harvard Kennedy School, Yuliya Rebrova spent the last several years in management consulting at the Boston Consulting Group, most recently as a Project Leader. She focused primarily on the industrial goods and energy spaces, working across a variety of business functions. Though based in Los Angeles, her work took her all across the US as well as Australia and Brazil. In the middle of her time at BCG, she spent a year at Save the Children International in London in a strategy role. Yuliya holds undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in both business and mathematics. She is a dual US and Russian citizen; she hails from Los Angeles, California.