Gao Wei, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG,Director of The State Administration ofRadio Film and Television of China (SARFT). Mr. Gao earned his Bachelor Degreein management from Wuhan University (2002), Master Degree in Management from Peking University (2005) and Ph. D in management from Tsinghua University(2015). Meanwhile, he was also visiting scholar at Harvard University, Stanford University and etc.. His research area covers public management, social achievement acquirement & career development, innovation management and Youth talentdevelopment.
Liu Yipeng, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG. Mr. Liu is Lecturer/ Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship at Kent Business School. Dr Liu holds a doctorate in Management from Mannheim University in Germany, and obtained his professional education and training in Entrepreneurship (EEC 2010) from IESE Business School.
Liu Zongkun, Non-Resident Senior Fellow of CCG. Mr. Liu is a graduate of Peking University (Ph.D.) and Valparaiso University School of Law (J.D.). Dr. Liu is a licensed member of the Illinois State Bar. He was also admitted to practice law in the U.S. District Courts for Southern District of Texas and Northern District of Illinois. His practice includes employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions, and administrative and judiciary appeals. Prior to practicing law as a licensed attorney, Dr. Liu interned as law clerk in the Law Division of Cook County Circuit Court, Chicago, Illinois, and served on the editorial board of Valparaiso University Law Review, Valparaiso, Indiana.
Lu Yong, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG. Ms. Lu is the CEO and Founder of Evergreen Asia Advisors, LLC. Previously, she was an Executive Director at CCS, a leading nonprofit fundraising and strategic consulting firm. From 2006-2011, she was the Director of Research at the Committee of 100. Prior to C100, Lu served as Program Manager for the Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. She was the Founding Editor-in-Chief of Carnegie China Insight Monthly.Lu received a B.A. in Communications from Fudan University and an M.A. in International Relations from Yale University. She is the author of The Third Force: America’s Nonprofit Organizations and People-to-People Diplomacy (2011).
Tian Fangmeng, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG. Mr. Tian is lecturer of BNU, and holds Ph.D. in Public Policy from George Mason University.
Zhang Xiaomeng, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG. Ms. Zhang holds doctorate degree from Tsinghua University, master degree from Sciences Po. In addition, she is visiting fellow of Harvard Kennedy School.
Zheng Qiaoying, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG. Ms. Zheng earned his degrees of MA in technology policy at CAS, and PhD at China University of Science and Technology.
Wei Huaying, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG. Ms. Wei is Senior Lecturer of Capital University of Economics and Business, visiting scholar of University of California Los Angeles, and project leader of Beijing Youth Elite. Her research focuses on global talent management, international human resources and Human Resources. She earned Ph.D of Economics from Renmin University of China, MSc in Management of Training and Development from University of Edinburgh.
Yang Wei, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG. Graduated from Chinese University of Hong Kong with a master degree, Ms. Yang successively worked as TCSL teacher in Singapore, editor of Beijing Cultural Review and researcher of Longway Foundation. She is now doing research on global talent mobility, international migration and skilled talents.