MomQ Action Research
The Power of Mom
MomQ is a word created by GMI, it refers to mom power and leadership. The assumption behind GMI is that every mom has MomQ! In order to explore the characteristics consisting of MomQ, GMI has launched #MomStory100 to interview moms around the globe to share their life journey. And #MomStory100 also contributes to GMI MomQ action research for generalizing critical findings to redefine Mom identity.
For the detailed research plan:
Dr. Zheng Lei
PhD, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Dr. Zheng's research interest is in the cultural politics of education and history of knowledge. Her recent study questions how the contemporary discourses of "culture" and "poverty" disenpower rather than empowering people who are economically deprived.
Dr. Yao Yanran
PhD, University of Hong Kong
Dr. Yao is a researcher and lecturer with an interdisciplinary background in social work, public management, and international development. Her current research interests focus on the politics of social policy development, nonprofit management, and civic engagement.
Dr. Yung-Pin Lu
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Dr. Yung-Pin Lu is an Assistant Professor in the School of International and Public Affair and Vice-Director of Third-Sector Study Center from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His researches focus on leadership, collaborative management, NGO-NPO, social enterprise, social finance, social impact, volunteer, donation, and intercultural communication.
Dr. Chao An
Peking University, Beijing Normal University
Dr. Chao An is assistant researcher in China Institute of Education & Social Development, Beijing Normal University. She got her Master degree from Peking University and her Ph. D from Beijing Normal University. She is engaged in postdoctoral research in the Department of sociology at Tsinghua University. Her research interests include sociology of education, teacher education and family education.
Dr. Ling Han
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Dr. Ling Han is an Assistant Professor in the Gender Studies Programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is a sociologist researching the intersection of gender, technology, and design in social innovation projects and the entrepreneurship process in Asia. Her current work explores topics of gender, passion, and the meaning of work in Chinese and Singaporean nonprofit organizations and philanthropy.
Dr. Sisi Sung
PhD, Tsinghua University
Dr. Sung has received academic training in economics from the University of Washington, USA, Tsinghua University, China, and Max-Weber-Kolleg at the University of Erfurt, Germany. She is the Outstanding Teaching Award recipient at the University of Washington. She is also the core founding member and the former supervisor of academic affairs of the Schwarzman Scholars Global Leadership Program at Tsinghua University.
Dr. Weizi Huang
Macau University of Science and Technology
Dr. Weizi Huang is an Assistant Professor at Macau University of Science and Technology, and a visiting fellow at The London School of Economics and Political Science. Her primary research focus lies in media and knowledge production. Ever since she became a mother, she has been obsessed in rethinking motherhood from a cultural studies perspective.