Andrea Dixon came to OHMA from Emory University where she received her B.A. in Political Science. Her previous experience includes internship work in public media production and distribution at Georgia Public Broadcasting as well as with the public radio program ‘This American Life’. While at OHMA, her research culminated in a master’s thesis entitled, “Network Lives: Cognitive Sociograms as Present in the Oral Histories of Seven Former PEG Students”. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Columbia School of Journalism.
Haitao Fan has been working as a financial journalist for the Beijing Youth Daily since 2002. In 2009, she wrote an autobiography for the former CEO of Google China, Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, which sold more than 1,000,000 copies. From 2011-2013, she studied at OHMA as the first student from Mainland China. After graduation, she worked as the first reporter based in Washington, D.C. for Sina, one of the largest portals in China.
Haitao then returned home and worked as the China representative for U.S News and World Report. Since October 2015, she has been building her own studio and dedicating herself to oral history interviewing and biography writing. Her new book, Life Begins at Thirty, was launched in March 2016. This book garnered much attention not only in Chinese oral history community but also in the young generation.