Sabrina (Yi Meng) Xu
Columbia University Starting 2017.9
MA, Climate and Society
University of British Columbia (UBC) 2012.9—2016.6
Bachelor of Science in Earth and Ocean Sciences
Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Mulgrave School (International Baccalaureate DP) 2010.9—2012.5
West Vancouver, B.C., Canada
● Climate Change and Adaptation Planning for Seaports, with Prof. Anming Zhang and Prof. Adolf K.Y. Ng
● UBC Directed Study topic:
■ Silver and Cadmium in Strait of Georgia, with Prof. Roger Francois and Prof.Mansik Choi
■ Britannia Mine— Pollution, Effects, and Transformation, with Prof. Evgeny Pakhomov
● International Baccalaureate (IB) extended essay topic (high school graduation):
■ Varying Lead (Pb) concentration at different population densities
President, US-China Youth Education Solutions Foundation 2016 to date
Danielle AccettolaAddress:156 W 56th Street, Suite 702,New York, 10019
US-China Youth Education Solutions (US-China YES) is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the ties between youths in both the U.S. and China through education solutions. We thrive to meet the emerging needs of young people and empower them to become the next generation of global citizens. Our goal is to facilitate academic success, promote cross-culture exchanges. g, provide useful information, and foster cultural exchange.
Research Assistant at UBC Sauder School of Business 2015.5—2016.6
Office Henry Angus 469, Tel (604) 822-8420
Business Plan Writer 2012.6—2013.8
Wailian Investment group Inc
1088-650 W. Georgia St, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Voluntary and Extracurricular Activities
- In 2016, Sabrina Xu was elected as one of the 15 future leaders by Harvard China Forum.
- As an enthusiastic supporter of Children of China Pediatrics Foundation (CCPF), Sabrina Xu initiated a charity gala in April 2016, inviting over 20 volunteer medical staff from the United States, and has received warmly support of over 300 socialites and philanthropists in China. Founded in 1998, CCPF sends volunteer medical team to China every year to provide free surgeries to orphans born with nonhereditary congenital diseases. CCPF has cured over 1000 orphans in China so far.
- Sabrina Xu contributed to Columbia University through the launching of a scholarship program with Teacher’s College in 2015. The program has two goals: the promotion of Chinese language education and youth mental health research.
- Supported UNICEF with its “Chinese Children Initiative” program, providing education services for grandparents of rural area children in China.
- Participated in Rio+20 (United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.