Our Team

Our team includes global health policy, advocacy and communications experts with experience working with civil society, national governments, international institutions, research institutes, the private sector, and beyond. The team are committed to ensuring a rapid end to the COVID-19 pandemic and long-term investment in pandemic preparedness. All activities undertaken are in the pursuit of those goals, and are not driven by a single organization or product. 

Our Team

Nahashon Aluoka

Regional Advisor (Nairobi)
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Nahashon Aluoka

Regional Advisor (Nairobi)
Nahashon Aluoka is an advocacy, campaigns and policy specialist with over ten years of experience in East and Southern Africa. Until January 2020, he was the Regional Advocacy and Campaigns Director with Save the Children International, East and Southern Africa. Prior to this, he was the Regional Advocacy and Campaign Coordinator with World Vision International, East Africa Office. Nahashon has provided technical advocacy and campaign expertise and leadership over the years to successfully influence policy, legislation, and Knowledge, Attitude and Practices in different countries in East and Southern Africa in the quest to improve Maternal and Child Health and to end Violence Against Children with particular focus on ending Child Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting. He also led Social Accountability advocacy with the National Taxpayers’ Association in Kenya that contributed to enhanced transparency and accountability in management of devolved funds and delivery of public services in health and education sectors.

Courtney Carson

Senior Program Officer, Policy & Advocacy (New York)
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Courtney Carson

Senior Program Officer, Policy & Advocacy (New York)
Courtney Carson is a global health and international development expert with over ten years of experience working at the nexus of public policy, advocacy, and communications. She has a track record of success advancing advocacy campaigns and policy to promote health and wellbeing for all at the national and multilateral levels. Previously Courtney managed policy and advocacy at Women Deliver, securing gains for girls’ and women’s health and rights with the United Nations, the World Health Organization, and in Universal Health Coverage. She also led US policy for the Global Health Technologies Coalition, a cross-sector coalition advancing research and development for neglected and emerging global health concerns. Before her career in advocacy, Courtney led global health policy for US Senator Chris Coons, Chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health and Chair of the Caucus on Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases, where she upheld US commitment and investment in health and foreign aid.

Isabelle De Lichtervelde

Senior Program Officer, Policy & Advocacy (London)
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Isabelle De Lichtervelde

Senior Program Officer, Policy & Advocacy (London)
Isabelle De Lichtervelde is a policy, research, and advocacy expert with 10 years’ experience working with governments, international organisations and civil society, holding leaders to account for the impact of their policies on the most vulnerable. Isabelle’s professional background includes working in the European Commission and conducting research on China’s relations with Europe and the U.S. at Université Libre de Bruxelles. For six years, she led the ONE Campaign’s engagement in the UN Financing for Development negotiations and the OECD aid modernisation process. After the UK voted to leave the EU, Isabelle joined Best for Britain to oversee the research team and manage the production of surveys, reports and briefs on the best ways to democratically reverse Brexit. Since that campaign’s end, Isabelle has conducted extensive research on development-humanitarian-peace coherence and has authored numerous policy reports making concrete policy recommendations to improve the lives of the poor and marginalised and make the world a fairer place.

Gabrielle Fitzgerald

Co-Founder (Seattle)
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Gabrielle Fitzgerald

Co-Founder (Seattle)
Gabrielle Fitzgerald is the Founder and CEO of Panorama and Co-Founder of Pandemic Action Network. Her vision is to create action-oriented partnerships, influence decision-makers, and facilitate conversations that lead to meaningful collaboration and change for people and planet. With over 20 years of experience in philanthropy, global advocacy, resource mobilization, global health, and coalition-building, Gabrielle has become a leading voice on catalytic philanthropy, women’s leadership, and pandemic preparedness and response. She serves as president of the board of United for Global Mental Health. Previously, Gabrielle held leadership positions at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, U.S. Agency for International Development, and served as a speechwriter for President Clinton at The White House.    She holds an M.A. from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and a B.A. from American University.

Ming Geng

Senior Advisor (Beijing)
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Ming Geng

Senior Advisor (Beijing)
Ming Geng is a doctoral candidate in the field of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University and has more than 25 years of professional experience in global health, global development, government affairs and philanthropy. From 2007 to 2019, Ming held the position of Deputy Director of the China Office for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where she led the China Office’s policy, advocacy, and government relations team. She oversaw multiple Gates Foundation programs in China, including poverty alleviation, HIV/AIDS prevention and control, tobacco control, nutrition, water and sanitation, agricultural development, and philanthropic partnerships, in addition to a body of work regarding China’s role in health and development for the African continent. Before her time with the Gates Foundation, Ming spent more than 10 years in leadership and management positions overseeing strategy and operations, program planning and execution, and government and partner relations in global organizations, including The Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, The Yew Chung Education Foundation, and UNICEF.

Danielle Ganak

Senior Project Manager, Policy & Advocacy (Seattle)
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Danielle Ganak

Senior Project Manager, Policy & Advocacy (Seattle)
Danielle Ganak is a Senior Project Manager, Policy & Advocacy, at Pandemic Action Network – providing management and strategic policy, advocacy, and operational support to the Network. She has over 7 years experience in international development and building and amplifying global civil society coalitions. Most recently, Danielle served as the Global Policy Advocate, Women’s Economic Empowerment, at the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), where she managed and led the strategic development, design, and implementation of a new global coalition on women’s economic empowerment to ensure global COVID-19 build-back efforts take a gendered lens. Prior to joining ICRW, Danielle worked as the Advocacy & Public Sector Coordinator for Landesa. There she developed, coordinated, and grew a Landesa-led global women’s land rights campaign - Stand For Her Land – building up country level coalitions in Tanzania and beyond. She also served as the Landesa representative on the Coalition for Women’s Economic Empowerment and Equality – advocating for the inclusion of women’s land right protections in USG international development policies and programs. Danielle holds a Master in International Relations & Global Studies, with a focus on Diplomacy from Northeastern University and a Bachelor Degree in Political Science, minor in Anthropology, from Western Washington University.

Hanna Hwang

Senior Project Manager, Communication & Partnerships (Seattle)
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Hanna Hwang

Senior Project Manager, Communication & Partnerships (Seattle)
Hanna Hwang is the Senior Project Manager of the Pandemic Action Network. She supports the Network’s policy, advocacy, and communications work and leads the coordination of the Network’s broader convening and collaborative functions. Hanna has over 9 years’ experience with development and global health international NGOs and US-based non-profits. Most recently, Hanna worked at the Washington Global Health Alliance (WGHA), where she accelerated the strategic development and execution of global health convenings and programs, including Women in Global Health’s Seattle chapter. Prior to WGHA, Hanna managed grants and led donor relations at a community development- and inclusive education-focused NGO in Afghanistan. She received a Masters in Public Health from the University of Edinburgh.

David Kyne

Co-Founder (Dublin)
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David Kyne

Co-Founder (Dublin)
David Kyne is the CEO of Evoke KYNE, a health communications and public relations agency dedicated to helping improve and save lives. David started KYNE in 2009 with the goal of connecting public and private organizations to help address unmet health needs, believing that targeted, strategic and creative communications can be a powerful health intervention. Now as Evoke KYNE, David leads a rapidly growing team that works with biopharmaceutical; philanthropic foundations; public health bodies; UN agencies and NGOs. David has more than 20 years of communications experience leading large agency practices, working across the healthcare landscape from biopharmaceutical to non-profit organizations. Under David’s strategic direction, Evoke KYNE has earned multiple industry awards including Holmes Global Healthcare Agency of the Year, PRWeek’s Boutique Agency of the Year, Holmes EMEA Health Agency of the Year, PR News Top Places to Work and PRWeek Global Campaign of the Year for United Against Malaria. In 2018, the Holmes Report named David to its EMEA Innovator 25 list. David also serves on the Board of hemophilia charity Save-One-Life, advises the CDC Foundation Corporate Roundtable and is an experienced speaker trainer, having prepared spokespeople from across Evoke KYNE’s client portfolio. Prior to founding the company, David led the New York Healthcare practice at the global public relations firm Hill+Knowlton Strategies.

Autumn Lerner

Director of Communication & Partnerships (Seattle)
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Autumn Lerner

Director of Communication & Partnerships (Seattle)
Autumn Lerner is an accomplished global communications leader with nearly 20 years of experience at the intersection of social impact program leadership, cross-cultural management, integrated campaigns, and community engagement. Her work has involved strategic communications, advocacy, and delivery in more than 30 countries and required extremely adept skills in building partnerships, managing stakeholders, and influencing across markets and sectors. Most recently, she was a Social Impact practice lead for global PR agency Weber Shandwick, where she drove integrated communications strategy for leading philanthropic and corporate impact partners around the world.

Courtney Morris

Senior Program Officer, Communication & Partnerships (Seattle)
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Courtney Morris

Senior Program Officer, Communication & Partnerships (Seattle)
Courtney Morris is a Senior Program Officer of the Pandemic Action Network, where she supports the Network’s communications and partnership work. She has experience devising proactive communications plans and community engagement strategies for corporations, foundations, and not-for-profits. Most recently, Courtney was a managing account supervisor for Ketchum, a global PR agency, where she drove marketing, public relations and digital campaigns for some of Ketchum’s largest corporate impact clients. She holds a master’s degree in International Development and attended Washington State University where she earned a degree in strategic communications with an emphasis in public relations.

Carolyn Reynolds

Co-Founder (Washington, D.C.)
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Carolyn Reynolds

Co-Founder (Washington, D.C.)
Carolyn Reynolds has been driving change in global health and development and US foreign policy for three decades. She is a a Senior Associate with the Global Health Policy Center at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) where she is an expert adviser to the CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security. Carolyn is also a Distinguished Fellow with The George Institute for Global Health. She has been serving as a senior adviser to international organizations including the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents, World Bank Group, World Health Organization and the Global Preparedness Monitoring Board. Previously she was Vice President for Policy and Advocacy at PATH, an international non-profit organization supporting health innovation in developing countries, where she led a team of more than 40 staff working across 6 countries to shape evidence-based policies and mobilize political will and resources for women’s and children’s health, epidemic preparedness and global health research and development. Ms. Reynolds also served as manager for external and corporate relations at the World Bank Group, where she led strategic communications and policy advocacy in global health and human development, including the Bank’s efforts to respond to the 2014-16 Ebola crisis in West Africa. She also was a founding Board member and Managing Director of the US Global Leadership Campaign.

Patrik Silborn

Senior Advisor (Singapore)
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Patrik Silborn

Senior Advisor (Singapore)
Patrik Silborn has close to 20 years of experience in global health and development, leading partnerships, resource mobilization, and grants across Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Until December 2020, he led External Relations and Financing at the Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA) – an alliance formed by Heads of Governments in the region to eliminate malaria by 2030. Patrik was part of the founding team when APLMA incorporated as an organization in Singapore 2017. Previously, Patrik worked for 10 years at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria in different roles. As a Senior Fund Portfolio Manager, he served multiple countries including Rwanda, Malawi, Angola, Mexico and Central American countries; and as Head of Private Sector Engagement, he led the organization’s global work with businesses and alternative financing mechanisms, including impact bonds, debt-to-health, and blended finance.

Eloise Todd

Co-Founder (Brussels)
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Eloise Todd

Co-Founder (Brussels)
Eloise Todd is an advocacy, policy, campaigns and strategy specialist with 20 years' experience working to change policies, legislation and budgets to improve the lives of people in the developing world. Eloise has worked for the majority of that time in international development, including time as a political adviser on development issues within the EU institutions as well as nine years at the ONE campaign where she initiated ONE's advocacy work in many countries in Europe, and ran ONE's international advocacy and global policy in her last roles at the organization. Eloise spent the last three years campaigning against the UK's Brexit deal in her home country, building one of the biggest pro-European organizations in the country from a start-up to a national campaign force. Eloise has a track record of achieving ambitious policy changes and helped lead the effort to oblige gas, oil and mining companies to publish what they pay to developing country governments, has helped to raise hundreds of millions in additional funding for GAVI and the Global Fund from governments around the world, and has successfully advocated for aid budgets to be increased and focused on the poorest people in the poorest countries and regions.

Advisory Committee

HICHAM EL AMRANI

Founder & Manager, HEA Sports
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HICHAM EL AMRANI

Founder & Manager, HEA Sports
Moroccan National, Hicham is an expert in Sports Development and Football Management. He worked for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for over 4 years, before spending joining the Confederation of African Football in Cairo, Egypt, as Deputy Secretary General in 2009, becoming its Secretary General from 2010 to 2017. During his tenure, Hicham used the various football platforms at hand, including the Africa Cup of Nations, to showcase important messages and support causes for the wellbeing of African communities. In 2014 Hicham was designated by FIFA as the Match Commissioner of the FIFA World Cup final in Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and the following year he was recipient of the U40 Sports Leader of the Year award in London in 2015, following the organization of the Africa Cup of Nations 2015 in a record time of only 45 days. 
 In November 2017 he became the Chief Executive Officer of the Morocco Bid to host the FIFA World Cup 2026. He was in charge of the overall conduct of the Bid, while conducting a national and international strategic and communication campaign. He is currently the founder and managing director of HEA Sports, a firm working together with world class experts to deliver solutions in Sports and Event management, Communication and Sports Advocacy.
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RICARDO BAPTISTA LEITE, MD

President, UNITE
Ricardo Baptista Leite is a medical doctor (ID-trained), a Member of the Portuguese National Parliament,Vice-President of the Social Democratic Party Parliamentary Board, and National Spokesperson for Health of the Social Democratic Party. He is the Founder and President of ‘UNITE -Global Parliamentarians Network to End HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis and other infectious diseases’, a global platform of current and former policy makers committed to ending these public health threats by 2030 in accordance with the UN SDG's; Vice President of the ‘Parliamentary Network on The World Bank & International Monetary Fund’. One of the six people to be awarded globally as a ‘HCV Change Maker’ by ‘The Economist’ in acknowledgement of leadership in the field of hepatitis C, he is the Head of Public Health at Católica University of Portugal, andGuest Lecturer at NOVA Medical School(Infectious Diseases and Microbiology).Prior to being elected MP, Dr. Baptista Leite worked as a practicing physician, including a 5-year Infectious Diseases residency programat the Western Lisbon Hospital Centreand an internship at the World Health Organization(Copenhagen).

Lykke Friis, PHD

Director, Think Tank EUROPA
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Lykke Friis, PHD

Director, Think Tank EUROPA
Lykke Friis, Ph.D. is the director of Think Tank EUROPA. She previously worked as the head of research at the Danish Institute for International Affairs, and later as Director of European Affairs at the Confederation of Danish Industries (DI), followed by two periods as Prorector for University of Copenhagen. Her time as prorector was interrupted by four years in politics, where she was Minister of Climate, Energy and Gender Equality for Denmark and member of Parliament. She has been repeatedly appointed to forums in the EU. In 2007, she was appointed as a member of the EU reflection group on the future of Europe and lately she has served on the High Level Group on maximising the impact of EU Research & innovation programmes appointed by the Commissioner of Research. She also has worked as a correspondent covering Germany for the Danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende. Dr. Friis is the Co-Chair of the European Council on Foreign Relations, Chairman of the Board of Representatives at University of Southern Denmark, President of the Danish Cancer Society, Vice-president of the Rockwool Foundation and member of the Board of Directors of Team Denmark and The BHJ Foundation. She is a member of UNICEF Denmark's presidium and a member of several committees under the Danish Football Association (DBU).

Madhav Joshi

Chief Executive Officer, India Health Fund
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Madhav Joshi

Chief Executive Officer, India Health Fund
Madhav Joshi is Chief Executive Officer at India Health Fund – an impact investment fund set up by Tata Trusts & the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to support the development and scale up of solutions which leverage the latest developments in technology and scientific research to deliver improved outcomes in the diagnosis, treatment, management and prevention of infectious diseases. India Health Fund works with a wide network of stakeholders and partner organizations to enable Indian start-ups, developers and MSMEs to develop and deploy these solutions in the public and private healthcare sectors in India and internationally. Madhav has extensive global experience in leading innovation design and development and managing healthcare, nutrition, and consumer businesses with leading multinational organizations. Before joining India Health Fund earlier this year, Madhav led the Internal Medicine business at Pfizer India. He has previously led global innovation for Abbott Nutrition with a focus on emerging markets. Madhav spent two decades with Nestle in various sales, marketing and business management roles in India, Switzerland, Africa, and Asia.

Judy Monroe, MD

President and CEO, CDC Foundation
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Judy Monroe, MD

President and CEO, CDC Foundation
Judy Monroe, MD is president and CEO of the CDC Foundation. She joined the Foundation in 2016, and under her leadership, the CDC Foundation has mounted robust responses to global and domestic non-infectious and infectious disease challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic and Zika epidemic. Prior to the Foundation, Dr. Monroe was a senior leader at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention overseeing key activities and technical assistance supporting health departments and the nation’s public health system. Earlier, she served as Indiana’s state health commissioner, during which time she served as president of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials through the H1N1 pandemic. In her career, she also ran a residency program and served as a family physician. Dr. Monroe currently serves on the board of directors for the Center for Global Health Innovation and Georgia Global Health Alliance, and is a member of many national advisory committees and boards.

John Nkengasong, MSc, PhD

Director, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention
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John Nkengasong, MSc, PhD

Director, Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention
Dr. Nkengasong is Director of the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Prior to his current position, he served as the acting deputy principal director of the Center for Global Health, United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S. CDC), and Chief of the International Laboratory Branch, Division of Global HIV and TB, U.S. CDC. He received a Masters in Tropical Biomedical Science at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium and a Doctorate in Medical Sciences (Virology) from the University of Brussels, Belgium. He has received numerous awards for his work including the Sheppard Award, the William Watson Medal of Excellence, the highest recognition awarded by CDC. He is also a recipient of the Knight of Honour Medal by the Government of Cote d’Ivoire, was knighted in 2017 as the Officer of Loin by the President of Senegal, H.E. Macky Sall, and Knighted in November 2018 by the government of Cameroon for his significant contributions to public health. Dr. Nkengasong is an adjunct professor at Emory University’s School of Public Health in Atlanta, Georgia. He serves on several international advisory boards including the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Initiative (CEPI), the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) among others. He has authored over 250 peer-reviewed articles in international journals and published several book chapters.

Ruth Khasaya Oniang'o, PHD

Founder, Rural Outreach Africa
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Ruth Khasaya Oniang'o, PHD

Founder, Rural Outreach Africa
Professor Oniang’o serves as Chair of the Board of Sasakawa Africa Association (SAA) which with Japan’s Nippon Foundation supports smallholder farmers in Africa. Her applied research led her to found Rural Outreach Program (ROP), now Rural Outreach Africa (ROA). Through ROA she works with communities on issues that affect them directly: poverty, hunger, food and nutrition insecurity, child malnutrition, gender inequities and health related challenges, and now COVID-19 related issues. She is founder and Editor-in Chief of African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development (AJFAND). Through the journal, Africa’s scholar’s voices are heard on the continent and globally on issues of food systems and nutrition, and the environment. Professor Oniang’o received a BSC with Distinction and a MSc from Washington State University, in Pullman, Washington, and earned her PhD from University of Nairobi, all degrees in food and nutritional sciences. She has taught at Kenyatta University in Nairobi and at JomoKenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, where she became the first full-time woman professor in 1996. She is hailed as the first Professor of Nutrition in sub-Saharan Africa. In 2003 she was given opportunity to serve in the Kenyan Parliament for five years and was the Shadow Minister for Education, Science and Technology. She won the prestigious Africa Food Prize in 2017 for her pioneering work in nutrition. Professor Oniang’o has served on numerous boards and has won various awards both locally and internationally. She champions many issues of rights and equity, especially when it comes to gender, poverty, hunger and healthcare access.

Adrian Thomas, MD

Vice President, Global Public Health, Johnson & Johnson
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Adrian Thomas, MD

Vice President, Global Public Health, Johnson & Johnson
Adrian Thomas is the Vice President, Global Strategy, External & Scientific Affairs with the Johnson & Johnson Global Public Health organization. He oversees focus area teams in HIV, TB, Mental Health, Vaccines, and Essential Surgery to ensure comprehensive strategies are developed and implemented to advance transformational innovations into public health impact. Adrian has a special interest in the fields of public health, commercial and market access strategy, and pharmaceutical policy. He also held numerous roles in market access including Global Head Health Economics & Market Access Medical Devices. He was Global Head of Market Access for Janssen, the pharmaceutical companies of Johnson & Johnson, as well as roles in risk management and drug safety, including Global Head of Benefit Risk Manager and Chief Safety Officer for Janssen. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Adrian held roles in regional medical affairs, drug development, and product management for Schering-Plough and Eli Lilly. He is a clinical pharmacologist and vascular physician with experience in clinical trials design and methodology. Adrian is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and the College of Medical Administrator’s. He received his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degrees from the University of Melbourne in Australia.

Henry Wang, PHD

Founder and President, Center for China and Globalization
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Henry Wang, PHD

Founder and President, Center for China and Globalization
Dr. Huiyao Wang is a steering committee member of Paris Peace Forum initiated by French President Macron. He also sits on the Migration Advisory Board of International Organization of Migration (IOM) of the United Nations and is a member of both the Yale University Asia Development Advisory Council and of the Duke Kunshan University Advisory Council. Dr. Wang worked as Director for Asia at SNC-Lavalin in Montreal, and Chief Trade Representative of Canada Quebec Government Office in Hong Kong and Greater China. Dr. Wang pursued his PhD studies in international business at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Manchester. He was a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and a Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institute. He has also authored and edited over 80 books in both Chinese and English on global trade, global governance, global migration, China outbound and inbound investment, Chinese Diasporas, and Chinese think tanks.