Dr. Wang Xiaoping
Dr. Wang Xiaoping, the Secretary General for Beijing Forestry Society (BFS), has been promoting sustainable forestry and community development in Beijing. Instilling the vision of ‘healthy people healthy forest’ in all people that come in contact with his moving presence, Dr. Wang is mobilizing urban residents, rural villagers, practitioners, scientists and international partners for healthy ecosystems in Beijing since the 1990s.
International Program Coordinator
Ms. Shen Qianqian has been BFS’s International Program Coordinator since July 2012. Her tasks include implementing international cooperation programs related to forestry and watersheds, and promoting information sharing and exchanges with international forestry and environmental NGOs.
Technical Program CoordinatorMr. Wang Yonchao manages BFS’s carbon sequestration projects and technical consultancy programs. He joined BFS in 2012 after receiving his master degree from Beijing Forestry University.
International Program CoordinatorMs. Xia Lei joins BFS in 2012, after working 6 years for KOICA. She is responsible for office administration and cooperation with Korean organizations.
Deputy Director of Environmental EducationMs. Shao Dan is responsible for managing forestry experience and environmental education prorams. She joined BFS in 2009. She received training on forest interpretation in South Korea in 2012, and obtained a certificate of completion.
Environmental Education CoordinatorMs. Zhao Anqi joined BFS in 2014 as nature education coordinator, responsible for organizing forest experience and environmental education programs and activities.
AccountantMs. Zhang Yao has been BFS’s account since 2013, being responsible for financial control, to ensure that all activities are implemented according to relevant financial requirements.
Administration OfficerMs. Wang Chang joined BFS in 2014 as administration officer, responsible for office administration and implementation of technical consultation projects.
Currently, there are 85 members in the Council, and most of them are elites and specialists from distinguished research institutions and government agencies. There are five divisions under the Secretariat, which work independently and cooperatively.