Qiujing Wong is co-Founder and Chief Executive of Borderless Productions Ltd. – a company catalysing positive change results throughout the world.
Borderless works cross sector and independently to deliver engaging stories, unique social change activations and to incubate ideas that create meaningful change.
In 2012, Qiujing was awarded the Sir Peter Blake Leadership Award for her commitment to social change. She was also awarded the Woman to Watch award by Diocesan School for Girls in 2010, and was invited to open New Zealand’s first high school ethics centre of its kind with Chief Justice, Dame Sian Elias.
Her social change work began in slums and villages of Kenya where she ignited a global initiative, A Grandmother’s Tribe, to raise money and profile for the grandmothers in sub-Saharan Africa raising the 14-18 million grandchildren. Qiujing has since worked both internationally and in New Zealand seeding and growing projects like Be. Accessible, a brand and social change campaign she helped seed with Minnie Baragwanath.
Qiujing contributes her time as a speaker and mentor to a number of worthwhile organisations including the First Foundation; Spark, the University of Auckland Entrepreneurship Programme, Leadership New Zealand and the Documentary Edge Forum.
Developing the social change sector is a passion of Qiujing’s – she has an interest in positive psychology and the way in which ideas, innovations and storytelling can be used to catalyse action and ensure the well-being of all people.
A FEW OF QIUJING’S LATEST VIDEOS
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