Kin Bing Wu was Lead Education Specialist for China and Mongolia at the World Bank. She had worked in 26 countries in East Asia, South Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean Region during her career at the World Bank that spanned over two decades. She has covered low-income, middle-income economies, transitional economies, and post-confliect countries. Her World Bank and academic publications have dealt with the finance and efficiency of education systems, and public policies toward education. She has focused particularly on achieveing equity in educaiton for rural populations and disadvantaged communities. Before joining the Bank, she taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She holds an Ed.D in economics of education from Harvard University. After retiring from the World Bank in late 2012, she has been working with UNICEF on issues related to children.