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Holly H. Ming
Holly Ming received a Ph.D. in Public Policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government in 2009. Her dissertation was written on the topic of migrant children residing in China’s cities. Since graduating from the Ph.D. program, Holly has workrf at the Youth Foundation, a Hong Kong-based non-profit, as a senior researcher for their program for migrant students in Beijing. Her research interests are migrant children’s education and career opportunities, mental health and resilience, vocational education, and integration.