Yingying, coming form China, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science in 2007. After graduation, she worked as a consultant in Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), a consulting company in Beijing which aims at developing renewable energy projects that can generate CO2 Emission Reductions (CERs) that can be traded with the European countries under the supervision of United Nations Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC). She had been engaged in developing several wind power and hydro power projects in Southern China. Currently, she is pursuing a Master of Arts degree in the Environmental Science and Policy program at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts and has just finished her first year's study. She likes swimming, biking, hiking, walking, and reading in her spare time. She is excited that New England Climate Sumer has supplied a great chance for her to work within non profits to take action as well as working with communities to address climate change.