We are glad to introduce you MicroMoney’s advisor Jack Huang, who helps our company a lot. In fact, he’s helping the world a lot — Mr. Jack Huang is a consultant at the Office of Information and Communication Technology (OICT) of the United Nations. His duties include UAT testing, ICT supporting, peacekeeping mission management, analyzing data, editing publications.
Graduated from the University of London, Mr. Jack Huang has broad industry experience and devotes his life to the global problems solving. He started his career working as an intern in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, R.O.C., gathering and analyzing data and reports, preparing recommendations based on findings. Worked as the research assistant in the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, supporting Principal Investigator (PI) with daily operational functions such making project budget, drafting official documents, press releases and communicating with governmental / NGOs / private sectors. Mr. Huang assisted various research projects with administrative support and academic analysis, including ‘Tourism Satellite Account in Asia’, ‘Water Footprint Study’, ‘Kinmen Low-Carbon Economy (LCE) Program’ and worked directly with CTPECC to organize 2014 APEC Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) in Taizhong. In 2015–2016 as the research assistant intern, he performed duties of data analyst in the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Mr. Jack Huang published a master’s dissertation ‘The Economic Analysis of Investor-state Arbitration: Philip Morris v. The Commonwealth of Australia’ and holds MA of Globalization and Multinational Corporations of the SOAS University of London.
With his help, we are going to contribute to the huge social problem solving — to fight for financial exclusion reducing.