Joany Huang is an Economics and Business junior at Capital University of Economics and Business in Beijing. She was an exchange student at the University of California, San Diego. She has deferred a year of her study to work full-time in scaling up the teacher training program in Kenya, Care for All Kids, she started with her colleague Kate Yuan. Huang has worked on micro-enterprise programs at the International Rescue Committee, tax assistance for low-income population at the Internal Revenue Service in California, and human resources and administration at Bosch Thermotechnology Co., LTD in Beijing.

Last Updated: November 1, 2016

A New Generation Of Chinese Social Entrepreneurs Is Emerging In Africa

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