International Bridges to Justice is led by a group of over 65 employees, interns and volunteers throughout the world. Browse through the staff working at our headquarters office in Geneva and our seven regional offices situated in Asia and Africa.
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Aurora Elizabeth Bewicke – Program Director
Aurora Elizabeth Bewicke is the China director for IBJ's office in Beijing, China. Prior to her work with IBJ, she was a practicing attorney, working primarily in the areas of criminal defense, victim advocacy and immigration. In addition to legal experience in her native United States, she has appeared before the Kosovo Property Claims Commission, the Eritrea-Ethiopia Claims Commission, and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, as well as conducted research for the Office of the Prosecutor for the Special Court for Sierra Leone. Her publications include articles on both Chinese law and international criminal justice. In her spare time, Aurora enjoys painting and language study, and can communicate in English, Arabic, French and Chinese.
Zhang Yun – Office Manager
Zhang Yun is the Office Manager for IBJ China Program, based at Beijing National Defender Resource Center. In addition to managing IBJ's central office, she oversees all of IBJ China's administration and regional and national finances. Extensively experienced with GMS accounting, Zhang Yun coordinates and manages financial reporting for all of IBJ's various projects throughout China and is responsible for ensuring accuracy and quality control. Experienced in event organization, Zhang Yun has successfully organized series of IBJ's events including trainings, workshops, and roundtables, etc. in the past years. With a wide network with stakeholders in justice community in China, Zhang Yun provides strong supports to China program development. A graduate of Fujian Normal University, Zhang Yun holds a B.A. in English, as well as a special certificate in accounting. Prior to joining IBJ, she served as an high School English teacher in Fujian and an Administrative Officer in the People's Government in Zhangzhou city, Fujian Province, where she was responsible for filing accounting reports to the provincial government.
Feng Sien – IT Specialist
Feng Sien is responsible for networking administration and technical troubleshooting at IBJ. He is also working on a number of projects for IBJ, especially the eLearning project. He is responsible for the software used for developing the modules as well as interfacing with our Chinese partner to resolve hardware and webpage issues. He is experienced in network and web management, and has taught classes in computing skills and English. He has worked for international organizations in China including the Swiss-Chinese Chamber of Commerce, and Chiomenti Studio Legale Beijing, an Italian law firm.
Xintong Wang – Legal Program Officer
Xintong Wang is the Legal Program Officer of the IBJ's office in Beijing. Prior to joining IBJ, she had worked with three major international criminal courts in The Hague, The Netherlands, at the Office of the Prosecutor of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (in the Prosecutor v. Ayyash et al. case), Trial Chamber I of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (in Charles Taylor Judgement drafting team) and Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (as a member of Prosecutor v. Momčilo Perišić trial team). She obtained an Advanced LLM degree in Public International Law with specialization in international criminal law from Leiden University, The Netherlands. She also attended advanced professional trainings on international humanitarian, human rights and criminal law in Poland, France, Germany, Italy, and The Netherlands. Before moving abroad, she studied and practiced law in private law firms in China. She published on international criminal law in both Chinese and English. In addition, she holds Master's and Bachelor's degrees in Laws from University of International Relations in Beijing, China. She passed the national bar examination of the People's Republic of China in 2008. She speaks Chinese, English and French.
Zhou Xiaoming – Legal Program Officer
Zhou Xiaoming is the Legal Program Officer of the Southeast Defender Resource Center. She is responsible for the implementation of IBJ's program strategy for the Southeast region of China. Zhou Xiaoming received her B.A. in English Linguistics and Literature and a second B.A. in law from Wuhan University in 2003. In 2006, she got her M.A., and in 2009 her J.D. with a specialization in Private International Law, from Wuhan University Law School. She passed the National Test for English Majors Band-8, with French as a second foreign language. While in Law School, she was a volunteer with the Center for Protection of Rights of Disadvantaged Citizens, providing legal aid to disadvantaged populations, specifically women, juveniles, the disabled, the poor and migrant workers. She was also an editor of "International Law Review of Wuhan University", which is a popular and academic international law review in China.
Chen Huan – Administrative Assistant
Chen Huan is the Administrative Assistant for the Northwest Defender Resource Center. She graduated from Xi’an Institute of Posts and Telecommunications in 2011. She has great interest in public welfare activities and believes she can achieve her ideals at IBJ. Chen Huan has a good command of English, and is also proficient in using computers and various software programs. Prior to working with IBJ, she worked as a saleswoman at a biotechnology company.