Julie is the co-founder of “Education Without Borders” and the president of the Hong Kong Chapter. She is mainly responsible for administering human resources and planning ahead for future events. She is a Year Three student studying Language & Communications and Finance at the University of Hong Kong (HKU). She was an intern at the prestigious company Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. In 2017, she participated in a government-run national competition in Dali, Yunnan, leading a team from HKU. Named “Dali, GO!”, the contest required students to draft creative development strategies, Julie and her team obtained a Second Class Honours award for their 30,000-word report. At a competition organised by Tsinghua University, which focuses on city development, Julie was the captain and her team won a First Class Honours prize. Another noteworthy event is a mock diplomacy advocate session held by the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic Of China in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Julie was awarded with “Best Speaker” for her convincing statement. When she represented HKU at the the HULT PRIZE Hong Kong region competition, Julie brought home a Second Class Honours award. Lastly, the most inspiring experience Julie had was an internship experience at the Philippines headquarters of Conversation International (CI), a non-governmental organisation. During her stay, she led her group in writing a Conversation Proposal, facilitating communications between different CI departments in Southeast Asia, including Singapore, Thailand, etc. After this experience, Julie realised one of her biggest goals in life. With the aid of online platforms, Julie strives to redirect learning resources across the globe and accumulate the zeal of volunteers, to improve education quality and increase learning opportunities for children living in deprived and impoverished conditions. In a nutshell, Julie dreams to use the power of education to change the world and make it a better place.