The Rural Women Organization chart
2008-9-19 13:22:43 Translater/ Shanshan Chen
Now we have a 11-member Board of Directors, includes:
Xie Lihua, female, Board Chair, has been deputy Editor-in-Chief of China Women¡¯s News since 1994, editor-in-chief of the magazine Rural Women (formally Rural Women Knowing All) since 1993 and Secretary-General of the Beijing Cultural Development Center for Rural Women.
Wu Qing, female, Honorary Board Chair, a retired professor of Beijing University of Foreign Studies, deputy to the Beijing People¡¯s Congress since 1988 and one of the founder of the organization.
Shi Huiyun, female, a senior financer with Designing Institute of the Metallurgy Ministry, has been financial officer of our organization.
Li Xiumin, female, grassroots representative, Vice-Chairperson of Mancheng People¡¯s Political Consultative Conference
Wu Huanling, female, UK, medical business, enterpriser representative)
Zhang Lelun, female, expert of law, engaged in nonprofit and public welfare for many years.
Huang Libiao, male, media representative, director of China Women¡¯s News.
Kang Xiaoguang, male, expert of NGO study, professor of Renmin University¡¯s School of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development.
Liang Jianhua, male, expert of fundraising and volunteer of Hong Kong charity organization, Beijing Representative of the Hong Kong Institute of Micro-finance.
Leslie Chu, female, Chinese American, volunteer and initiator of the Grant-Aid Fund of the Practical Skills Training Center for Rural Women¡£
Tan Shen, female, expert of migrant women¡¯s issues and associate research fellow of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Gao Guanglin joined the BCDCRW in October 2003. She has held positions as head of the Administrative Office, secretary of the organization¡¯s Administrative Committee and Decision-Making Team. During the period, she also dedicated herself to our literacy program for adult rural women, involved herself in the fundraising events for three years in succession and has been responsible for the organization¡¯s grogram for comprehensive capacity building. Early this year, she has been appointed as the Deputy Secretary-General of the organization by the Board of Directors.
Before her joined the BCDCRW, she was a high level teacher and had worked in secondary high schools for 20 years and accumulated rich experiences in children¡¯s education and after school activities. When working in schools, Gao had received awards of outstanding teacher many times.
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Chen Meifang joined the BCDCRW in January 2007 and now holds the position as the head of the Center¡¯s Development Section. Because she was born in a small hilly village, she has always showed deep concern about Chinese farmers¡¯ issues, especially the education matter of children and women. Her long years¡¯ experience as high school and university teacher and initiator of a key website for pre-school children¡¯s education will definitely contribute to Chinese rural women¡¯s self-development and empowerment through education. Her focus on education can create more opportunities for socially disadvantaged groups, especially rural women, help them change their fate, achieve economic freedom, break the poverty cycle and improve their quality of life and their children¡¯s as well,
Prior her current poison, Chen Meifang has worked as the general manager and supervisor of the Pre-School Education Network in China and head of the International Department of Beijing Furen Foreign Studies University. She has been good at working with children and parents, various organizations, institutions, enterprises and governmental departments.
Chen Meifang graduated and gained a Bachelor of Arts from Zhejiang University in 1987 and a Master degree from Shandong University in 1990.
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Xu Rong is currently the Chief of the Project Section of Beijing Cultural Development Center for Rural Women. Since she began to work for the Center in 2001, she has engaged in health project for rural women by taking advantage of her knowledge in medical science and her experience in Training. The project later developed into the Suicide Prevention Project for Rural Women by setting up Health Support Groups in four villages in Hebei Province. Because of her dedication to the work and innovation in implement the project, it has produced very encouraging results. Now the project has extended to men¡¯s participation for a better result. Xu Rong has also involved herself in Literacy Project for adult rural women in Gansu, Ningxia and Guizhou and the program to encourage rural women¡¯s participation in the Water Users¡¯ Associations across the country.
Prior to her work with Rural Women, Xu Rong worked as the head of the Training Section of Beijing Fuxin Commercial Center. Xu studied management courses of Beijing Radio and Television University and medical science at Beijing Worker¡¯s Medical Institute.