Alice Wang is the Project Coordinator of Asian Family Services. She graduated as a Master of Social Work from The University of Auckland.
In her eight years in communities, she worked as a Chinese Youth League where she served for young people from 2009 to 2015. During that period, she worked on the prevention of minor crimes, successfully secured funding for Hope Project, involved with new policies making and intervention approaches applying for youth offenders, and volunteer programmes for many important events in China, such as recruiting volunteers and training for International Horticultural Exposition 2011.
Joining Asian Family Services in 2017, her main focused has been on public health for Asian communities. As the lead of Gambling Harm Awareness Week (GHAW), she has designed and hold two GHAW events. Successfully secure for funding from community grants and different organisations to meet the needs of Asian communities.
Alice is a big believer in using evidence-based health policy as a means of improving health outcomes and in leading and managing with emotional intelligence.