Kiana Yuhl

Kiana Yuhl

Administrative Intern

Kiana Yuhl is an Administrative Intern at The Asia Group where she supports day-to-day firm operations and assists with human resources initiatives.

Prior to working at The Asia Group, Kiana worked as a Marketing Intern for Buchalter LLP, a firm focused on middle-market business based in Downtown, Los Angeles. As part of a firm-wide rebrand, Kiana led the development of a new software database to streamline information sharing across departments. Kiana similarly has experience in the legal world through the Stanford Law School’s Immigrant Rights Clinic. The clinic is responsible for defending clients against deportation in the San Francisco Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the federal courts of appeals. Kiana’s research on country conditions alongside immigration law assisted in the successful appeal for all cases during her term. This upcoming Fall, Kiana will work as a research assistant for the study of Chinese-language theaters across the United States under Professor Lisa Dombrowski at Wesleyan University.

Kiana is from Manhattan Beach, California and is a current undergraduate at Wesleyan University in Connecticut. She is studying Government with a concentration in International Relations and a minor in East Asian Studies. She has intermediate proficiency in Mandarin and studied abroad in Taipei, Taiwan during the Spring 2024 semester. On campus, Kiana is a column head and staff writer for the Wesleyan Business Review and a Writing Mentor for the Shapiro Writing Center. She is also a member of Wesleyan’s Volleyball Team, the defending champions of the NESCAC Conference.


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