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Samuel Garang is a Ph.D. student in Public Policy and Fellow at the Weiss Urban Livability. His research interests lie at the intersection of public policy theory and practice, focusing on program design, implementation, and impact evaluation.

Prior to UNC at Chapel Hill, Samuel co-founded Sawa Sawa Network, a multimedia organization harnessing the power of digital tools and emerging technologies in building peace and community in South Sudan and its diaspora.

In addition to Ph.D. in Public Policy, Samuel is also pursuing the Carolina Graduate Certificate in Innovation for the Public Good.