Zoe joins Bridge as an Associate. She completed her undergraduate in Global Health and Social Medicine at King’s College London with a view to understanding the prevalent ageing problem both in her home city of Hong Kong and globally. This interest continued to lead her to a Master’s in Health and International Development at the London School of Economics where she focused on population studies and nutrition. At the same time, she was active in volunteering with local NGOs concerned with helping the elderly and the young. She later took up an internship at the World Health Organization in Geneva before coming to Beijing where she first served as a volunteer at the Chinese Red Cross Foundation before interning for the China Development Research Foundation and assisting in research concerning China’s health policy issues.