Tuhin is a senior at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy within the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is majoring in public policy, focusing on economic and tax policy, with minors in history and music. He has previously held positions working in the US House of Representatives, Quicken Loans government affairs team, and the American Enterprise Institute’s Foreign and Defense Policy team. Tuhin is also an archival research assistant within the UM Department of American Culture, researching Michigan education law and policy and how it impacts Native Americans from the late 19th century to today. His other research interests include international commerce law, finance policy, and Asian foreign policy. His work has been published in E-International Relations, International Policy Digest, and the Michigan Foreign Policy Review, among other publications. Tuhin hopes to attend law school (J.D.) after completing his undergraduate education.