At the heart of our work is a mission to make the world a place where everyone has equal access to development. We realize our vision through relentless commitment to the support of our clients and partners.

Founded in 2016, we are a joint venture between Global Health Strategies (GHS), an international consultancy headquartered in New York City, and Rejoice Communications, a Chinese social enterprise. We have offices in Beijing and New York City.

We believe China’s non-profit community has the potential and capacity to play a greater role in advancing social development and wellbeing at home and globally. We aim to leverage our expertise, insights and resources to help create a communications network, so as to mobilize more resources to contribute to social good movements.

We have partnered with some of the leading health and development organizations in China and around the globe, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, World Health Organization, Jack Ma Foundation, and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.

Our Board

  • Andre Shen
  • David Gold
  • Linn Dorin
  • Victor Zonana

Andre Shen

Chairman & CEO

Andre Dichai Shen is Founder and CEO of Bridge Consulting, a Beijing-based joint venture with Global Health Strategies specializing in digital and social media. He leads the firm’s business strategy and works with clients and stakeholders to develop digital strategies that are aligned with their interests and missions while advancing social good.

Prior to founding Bridge Consulting, Andre worked at GHS’ Beijing office and led the development of new business opportunities in digital and social media. He also led efforts to develop relationships with journalists, influencers, other professionals in the health sector in China. From 2008 to 2012, he worked as Project Coordinator/Manager at two Hong Kong registered NGOs focusing on education.

Mr. Shen is a social entrepreneur with a passion for children with special needs. In 2015, he and his wife Hanzhi Zhang established a band called “Music for Love” consisting of young musicians and autistic children. They work with local NGOs to use music as a therapy for children with special needs, and a tool to advocate for a more inclusive society.