In addition to the team below, CiYuan receives the support of staff from BSR’s Beijing and global offices who contribute their expertise and support to the program when needed. Full profiles are available on BSR's website.
Brooke Avory, CiYuan Program Manager,
is responsible for program planning, monitoring, and evaluation. She is also responsible for the program’s financial management as well as the implementation of several of the CiYuan pilot projects. A fluent Chinese speaker, she most recently held the position of Partnership and Liaison Officer for a non-profit organization running health- and education-related initiatives in ethnic minority communities in China. Full bio
Adam Lane, Manager, Advisory Services,
is primarily responsible for CiYuan’s corporate-NGO partnerships initiative. He has over seven years of experience working on corporate partnerships in China through his work with BSR’s member companies in the areas of stakeholder engagement, strategic philanthropy, and community development, as well as in positions prior to BSR at AIESEC and Plan International.
Jeremy Prepscius, Managing Director, Asia,
Jeremy is in charge of serving and expanding the member base in Asia and integrating the work there into the BSR global approach, focusing on issues such as water, the next generation of social compliance work in the supply chain, the evolution of CSR with Chinese characteristics and the framing of CSR issues in Asia. Jeremy has extensive experience in engaging corporate / NGO experience, having built such programs at NIKE focusing on labor, community and occupational health issues. He adds to this experience his background in government relations, communications and public relations, as well as project design and management skills.
Min Bao, Manager, Partnership Development,
is primarily responsible for CiYuan’s corporate-NGO partnerships initiative. Previously, Min was a training manager for the Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, where she developed strategies and work plans for trainings on livelihood development, environmental protection, cultural preservation, and organizational capacity-building. Prior to that, she was the southwest program support coordinator and deputy regional manager at Actionaid International China, where she was responsible for developing and implementing projects on livelihood, women's development, health, education, disaster risk reduction, and governance. Full bio
Qing Han, Associate, Partnership Development ,
supports BSR’s CiYuan project. Prior to joining BSR, she worked in the philanthropic department of a Swiss company and visited more than 100 NGOs in China to perform capacity assessment and manage partnership development. Qing also has worked with several nonprofits around the world, including UNESCO, APICHA and the New York Asia Women’s Center.
CiYuan’s team members have broad and extensive experience in the sector.
CiYuan is a BSR initiative, so we receive the full support from more than 100 BSR staff members located in seven global offices. Learn more about BSR staff.