Bryce Watson got his start in development during his first trip to China 4 years ago where he worked with migrant students in the outskirts of Beijing. From there he returned to Texas A&M to found his first non-profit the Student Initiative for International Development (SIID), a program that brought experts in development together with students to research, develop, and implement a development project overseas alongside local NGOs. Since then he has worked for the Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA), Khan Academy Lite, Pursuit International, and the Center on Conflict and Development (ConDev) on a variety of other development programs. Bryce is currently pursuing a Master’s in International Development and Economic Policy from Texas A&M.


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