The Non-Profit Sector in China in the 21st Century: Practice, Challenges and Trends
A talk at USC by Ailing Zhuang
Friday, May 09, 2008
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
MRF 1st Floor, UPC
University of Southern California
669 W. 34th St.
Dr. Zhuang will speak on challenges facing the non-profit sector in China in the 21st century.
Ailing Zhuang has a Ph.D in sociology from Nanjing University and a Master of Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. She has worked for several NGOs in China including Amity Foundation as Director of Special Education Department, Christian Blind Mission International as China Program Coordinator, and Orbis International as Deputy Country Director.
Dr. Zhuang has rich experience in rural development, elder care, NPO capacity building, and programs for the disabled. She has implemented over 500 programs, raised over 50 million RMB for NPO programs, conducted over thiry training courses, and facilitated dozens of NPO exchanges and research projects. She co-founded the Crime and Prevention Research Center, Nanjing University, in 2002. Later, in 2004, she founded Shanghai NPO Development Center.
Sponsor(s): Center for Chinese Studies