Julian is a Human Capital Business Analyst with an international consulting firm and is currently based in South East Asia where he works with clients to transform their workforces for business success in this era of technological disruption. Julian is interested in the ethics and governance of AI and in how AI can uplift human well-being and support the conservation and restoration of natural systems. Prior to joining consulting, Julian gained initial professional experiences with international organisations in Geneva, Switzerland and also worked on research projects in Switzerland and Malaysia. Julian also previously conducted original and prize-winning academic historical research using sources in English, French, German, and Mandarin Chinese from libraries and archives in six countries. Julian has presented his research at academic conferences in Beijing, Berlin, London, and Sheffield. Julian has a Master’s in International History from the Graduate Institute Geneva and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with High Honours from the College of Social Studies at Wesleyan University where he was a Freeman Asian Scholar.