Xiaoning (Jack) Huang is a doctoral candidate at the Columbia University School of Social Work. He is a researcher at the US Department of Commerce's Center for Economic Studies under the Census Bureau's special sworn status. He worked as a program specialist and a lecturer at the University of Southern California's Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work after receiving the Master of Social Work degree from USC. He is well versed in organizational theory, social capital theory, social welfare policy, international migration, and applied econometrics. His current research projects include a nation-wide survey to investigate the determinants of burnout and turnover among social workers in mainland China. Jack is a strong entrepreneurship professional with a demonstrated history of advancing international development via collaborative research, educational programs, media, and innovative technologies.