Our Team

Founder & Director

Jenny Bicong Ge

Jenny Bicong Ge has worked in the Government of Ontario since 2016 in various roles, most recently as a Senior Policy Advisor responsible for electric/autonomous vehicle innovation programs. She has worked at the Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, the Ontario Treasury Board Secretariat and spent 3 years at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, developing expertise in policy and programs across sectors.

Jenny holds an Honors BSc. degree with a Minor in French Studies from the University of Western Ontario in addition to an Honors Business Administration degree from Ivey Business School. She is a graduate of the Masters of Arts in Public Policy and Administration program at Toronto Metropolitan University. Jenny is passionate about technology and social impact, and has been an avid community volunteer since 2006, supporting vulnerable populations and youth.


Eugenie Lu

Eugenie Lu is a graduate of the Master of Global Affairs program at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy. She has a keen interest in global political and economic affairs. As an aspiring policy professional, she is also fascinated by technologies and passionate about data-driven decision-making. Eugenie specialized in History and minored in German Studies during her undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto.

Eugenie has previously worked as a Research Assistant, contributing to the CanAsia Footprint Map Project and collaborative works with the C.D. Howe Institute and the Asia Pacific Foundation. She currently works for the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General as a Project Coordinator, assisting the Courts Digital Transformation project.


Sariel Lei

Sariel Lei is a graduate of Master of Global Affairs Program at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy in the University of Toronto. She specialized in global development with a research focus on how various economic and climate policies and projects engender social impact in the context of East Asia and Southeast Asia.

Sariel is passionate about social justice and solving pressing issues through a multidisciplinary lens. She also holds a BSc. degree in Psychology from the University of Toronto.

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