Xiaoyi Jiang (Iris)
Xiaoyi obtained Master of Science in Global Finance at Fordham University and graduated from Shenzhen University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. At present, she is mainly responsible for the accounting and financial management activities at Education Without Barriers(EWB). During her master’s degree, she served as the Vice President of Treasury department of Fordham Asia Pacific Student Association (Ascend), responsible for the annual financial budget control and analysis. In November 2017, she represented Fordham University to participate in the National Investment Banking Competition in Toronto. In October 2018, she was invited to participate in the UPenn Education Forum and actively networked with the heads of different non-profit organizations During her studies in New York, she had extensive finance internship experience at Wall Street, including financial services company, family office, and wealth management company. Currently, Xiaoyi (Iris) is working as an analyst in the financial department of Nomura Securities at New York office.u Luyu, Head of the Legal Affairs Department of American Chapter of Education Without Barriers, obtained Master of International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham University, and graduated from Dalian Maritime University with a bachelor’s degree in Maritime Law. At present, she is mainly responsible for risk prevention and control, legal compliance and dispute resolution at Education Without Barriers (EWB). During her bachelor’s degree, she was awarded government scholarship for international students by China Scholarship Council to participate the “3+1 Exchange Program” to study in Swansea University, UK. During her internship at a well-known Law Firm in China, she followed up several IPO listing projects, completed DD reports of acquired companies and non-performing assets, and revised contracts.
Wenqing Chen (Vicky)
Wenqing is currently responsible for the establishment of EWB technology platform development. Her major is Library Science. She has worked as the team leader of incoming Global Volunteer Department and the vice president of Finance Department of AIESEC. From 2016 to 2017, Wenqing organized two "Explore China" projects, and led more than 60 university volunteers from 15 countries to work on the protection and publicity of traditional Chinese culture in Huizhou, China. She held more than 20 activities in three months, with 20 new media reports and over 10,000 times of reading. She once worked as an English teaching assistant in new Oriental and Beijing Top Global Education. As a volunteer, she participated in the Fourth China-Russia "Yangtze River -- Volga River" Youth BBS, The 20th FLTRP Cup National English Debating Competition, 2018 China Artificial Intelligence Summit, etc. She hopes to endow education with science and technology, eliminate education inequality and let children enjoy more equal and high-quality education.
Tinglei Chen (Terrie)
Tinglei is the director of Depart. Of HR in EWB American Chapter where she regularly works on recruitment, training, planning and other things about HR. She is studying in Shanghai Jianping High School as a student of grade 12. She won the Bronze Prize in China Thinks Big of 2017, play the role of liaison minister in student union and worked as a volunteer in READMORE. As a member of EWB, Terrie is destined to providing more possible ways to happiness for disadvantage children.
Luyu Zhou (Lily)
Luyu obtained Master of International Trade and Commercial Law, Durham University, and graduated from Dalian Maritime University with a bachelor’s degree in Maritime Law. At present, she is mainly responsible for risk prevention and control, legal compliance and dispute resolution at Education Without Barriers (EWB). During her bachelor’s degree, she was awarded government scholarship for international students by China Scholarship Council to participate the “3+1 Exchange Program” to study in Swansea University, UK. During her internship at a well-known Law Firm in China, she followed up several IPO listing projects, completed DD reports of acquired companies and non-performing assets, and revised contracts.
Yu Xia, Volunteer of Education Without Barriers(EWB), Director of Department of Academic Affairs. My responsibilities are managing curriculum and teaching system, monitoring research on children's physical and mental health, supervising teaching training and other work related to education and development of disadvantaged children. I hold a bachelor degree from Jilin university and a master degree from London School of Economics and Political Science in International Relations. I am currently working as a research fellow in a think tank on international relations, with duties of providing policy consultation, writing reports, organizing international conferences, etc. My research interests are international development, South-South cooperation, and China's relations with developing countries. I have studied German, Russian, and Japanese out of academic requirement and personal interest. During the school days, I was a awarded by National Scholarship, Outstanding Student, Outstanding Graduate, and Outstanding Researchers, etc.; I participated in several projects sponsored by the National Social Science Fund, conducting research on compensation policy on parents who lost their only-child, public health-care as well as social justice issues; I was an exchange student of University of Hong Kong and National Cheng Chi University in Taiwan; I was a volunteer to many activities such as short- term teaching in Hunan province and post-earthquake reconstruction in Nepal.
Hao Li (Grace)
As one of the leaders of the HR department at EWB, Grace is in charge of coordinating the department’s short-term agenda and long-term development strategy, fostering communication and coordination within the organization. Overall, HR’s main responsibilities include but are not limited to volunteer recruitment, training, assessing, as well as team-bonding. She is currently a senior studying at Shanghai YK Pao School, with economics as her main area of concentration. She has won a range of economics-related awards such as the Egon Sohman Economics Research Competition ($1000). Moreover, she is active in promoting speech and debate in Shanghai. Her honors include Top 32 in 2018 Stanford Invitational, Top 8 in the 2nd Tournament of Champions (China), and 1 st Place in NSDA Shanghai.
Yinzhan Fang (Livia)
Yinzhan is the leader of EWB’s Department of Publicity and Public Relations in China. She is responsible for organizing the work of all the groups under the department, making plans for department’s future development, and cooperating with other department’s leader to support EWB’s communication and public relations issues. She graduated from China Foreign Affairs University, majoring in Diplomatic Studies. Now she is MPP student in the University of Chicago. During her work in EWB, she wishes to enlarge EWB’s influence through publicity, support EWB in finding more potential cooperative partners, and provide more complete translation and technical support for the organization.
Qi qi (Qiqi)
Qi Qi is the director of EWB Legal and Compliance Department where she regularly works on ensuring compliance with applicable legal requirements, providing legal assistance for disadvantaged children and so on. She is studying law in Ocean University of China where she received National Scholarships and won the best oralist of the 2018 National Law of the Sea Moot Court Invitational Competition in Wuhan, the runner-up of the 2018 International Law of the Sea Moot Court Competition in Beijing and the first prize of the 2017 "Investigation in Shandong" College students’ Social Survey Activities. She also worked as an intern in Beijing Dacheng Law Offices, Shanghai Landing Law Offices and Great Eastern SG. As a member of EWB, Qi Qi is destined to providing the powerful backup for children’s happiness and growth, and thus to reflecting on response of law and policy to disadvantaged children.