HCAP 2021 SPEAKERS
Martin Marshall Professor of Business Administration at HBS
He teaches in the Technology, Operations and Management Unit.
VP, Risk Management & Partner Relations at Huawei Technologies
He is responsible for understanding and managing business risks in the context of cybersecurity and privacy.
Executive Editor at Refinery29
She hosted and co-produced a Refinery29 documentary series titled Style Out There.
Editor-In-Chief of Tempo Magazine in Jakarta
Board Member of the Alliance of Independent Journalists
Asian-American Affairs Reporter at Huffington Post
She is the Asian Voices editor and covers issues that disproportionately affects Asian Americans.
DR. CHI HIEU NGUYEN
CEO and Co-Founder of Innovative Education Group (IEG) Global
For the past decade, he has set up and transformed hundreds of K-12 schools, colleges, and nonprofit organizations.
CEO and Co-Founder of ELSA Speak
She holds an MBA and Masters in Education from Stanford University.
DR. NIKKI KHANNA
Associate Professor of Sociology in the University of Vermont
She authored Biracial in America: Forming and Performing Racial Identity (2011) and other books on race.
DR. CHELSEA SCHIEDER
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics in Aoyama Gakuin University
Her book on gendered dynamics, titled Coed Revolution, is forthcoming on Duke University Press (2021).
DR. YIN LAM LEE-JOHNSON
Associate Professor of Graduate Dept. of Education, Webster University
She is the Program Director of Education and the Co-Director of a grant from the U.S. DOE.
Change Leader, Ashoka Innovators for the Public
She leads global partnerships for Ashoka in Asia. She also leads Nourishing Schools, an Ashoka initiative.
DR. XI CHEN
Associate Professor of Public Health Policy and Economics, Yale School of Public Health
His work has received numerous awards, such as the AAEA Outstanding Dissertation Award, Kuznets Prize, etc.
HCAP 2021 CONFERENCE
RESILIENCE & REFORM
Adapting to a Changing World
As the modern world faces pandemics, climate crises, and social tensions, the Harvard College in Asia Program will explore global efforts and initiatives in the HCAP 2021 Conference: Resilience & Reform. Through speakers, experiments, and case studies, we will examine the ways in which individuals and communities cope with the changes and challenges in our lives and learn about the importance of the roles we play in shaping the future.
JAN 17 - JAN 23
WHO WE ARE
The Harvard College in Asia Program (HCAP) is Harvard's premier organization for US-Asia academic, cultural, and social exchange.
Learn, engage, and be inspired by hundreds of leaders from around the world, in a conference like no other.
In the winter, we host the Harvard Conference and invite our partner schools to Harvard to engage in meaningful dialogue, network, and build community. In the spring, our partner schools each host conferences in their country and invite us to learn more about their culture and their interpretation of the HCAP theme.
University of Hong Kong
University of Tokyo
St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai
Ewha Womans University in Seoul
National University of Singapore
National Taiwan University
Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok
Boğaziçi University in Istanbul