Ruby Shang is the Asia Director of the William J. Clinton Foundation. She has been a senior manager at the Clinton Foundation since 2003, establishing the Health Access Initiative in seven countries and the Climate Change Initiative in 11 cities. She first implemented the Clinton Health Access Initiative in China as Country Director. She assisted the Chinese Ministry of Health successfully implement a national Care & Treatment program for HIV/AIDS, focusing on Yunnan province and the Xinjiang Special Autonomous Region. Subsequently, she was responsible for starting up the Clinton Health Access Initiative in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea as Regional Director for SE Asia. In 2008, she assumed additional responsibility for the Clinton Climate Initiative in China, Japan, Korea, as well as SE Asia.
Formerly, Ms. Shang was Chair of the New York State Council of the Arts Dance Panel and a member of the Board of Governors of the New York Foundation for the Arts and the American Chamber of Commerce in Hanoi.
Ms. Shang is a member of the Brown University President’s Leadership Council and their Asia Advisory Council. She received her BA from Brown University (US).