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Caitlin Ryan

Impact Consultant, Master of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School of Government

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Caitlin Ryan read a Master of Public Policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. She previously worked as a Deloitte management consultant to the U.S. federal government, where she primarily focused on homeland security issues. For 2+ years she drove a multi-agency data analytics project at the U.S. Human Smuggling and Trafficking Center. In that role, she coordinated with federal investigators, attorneys, and victim specialists to collect and analyze data on domestic sex trafficking cases. Her efforts helped lead to the arrest of 21 traffickers and recovery of 15 survivors of human trafficking. She collaborated with Free the Slaves, FAIR Girls, and DC Stop Modern Slavery on board governance, strategic planning, and training.


Anthony Ho

Anthony Ho

Anthony Ho is Sports Philosophy’s second impact consultant and was teaching in Hunan Province, China. With an academic background in history, he is passionate about the study of international relations, particularly the development of China’s relations with the Western world.

Anthony is an English teacher at Nanxian Yutan Experimental School in Yiyang County. As a member of both the Society of Anglo-Chinese Understanding (SACU) and the British Association of Chinese Studies (BACS), he is committed to bringing awareness to modern issues that affect China’s political freedoms and social mobility through the evaluation of it’s political and socio-history. He has published an article entitled “Tiananmen Square to Hong Kong: Continuing the Tradition of Student Protest”.    

Anthony has a Master of Research in History from Northumbria University. Before that he studied a history bachelors at Northumbria University, and attended secondary school and college at Barnard Castle School. 

We have published a number of his articles on topics related to child labour on our blog, find out more on the current labour situation in China here