(Alessandra) Haite Zhan is a sophomore from Shanghai, China. She is a political science major and wish to attend the law school after the graduation. She is a published writer, freelancer and student. She is one of the most influential young activists in the world. She started the equal education movement in China in 2012. She was in the yearbook of Chinese press by CCTV as the initiator for the equal education movement. Beijing university rated her as the initiator for the third influential civil rights movement in China in 2012. She was interviewed by over 100 media all over the world, including the Washington post, Reuters, China Daily and so on. Her efforts made a change for the educational policy in China, which benefited over 17 million families. She was the speaker of the annual talk in 2013 at Netease, which is one of the most influential platforms in China. Her speech was viewed by over 100 million times online. Starting in 2012, she became an online teacher and taught over 30,000 students all over the world. She works as the student assistant for the language and liaison program in KU. She also works as a part time Chinese teacher. She finds her passion in the teaching and politics. She wants to pursue her career as a politician in the future.