Jinglin HeNon-governmental organization leader engaging policymakers and stakeholders, as well as UN agencies, in advancing social-development initiatives
Jinglin He is a non-governmental organizational leader working as the director of The Red Leaf Groups, adjunct professor of the Institute of Health Data Science of Lanzhou University, and consultant of the Tsinghua University’s Research Centre on Aging Society. Previously, Jinglin has served as a full-time consultant of the United Nations Population Fund, the executive manager of the China Council of the Lions Club, and a senior program officer and regional coordinator at UNICEF, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, and the World Health Organization. Earlier in her career, Jinglin taught and undertook research in the School of Public Health of Peking University. She brings expertise in public health and social development (specifically in the fields of policy development, advocacy and cross-sectoral cooperation) and in empowerment (in areas such as communicable diseases, road safety, active aging, gender equality, disabled and rights, youth, and life skills). Jinglin received her bachelor’s, master’s and PhD in public health from Peking University.