Jason Li Yat-Sen is Managing Director of Yatsen Associates, a corporate advisory and management consulting firm headquartered in Beijing. He is Vice-Chair of the Australia-China Chamber of Commerce in Beijing, a Director of the George Institute for Public Health and the Sydney Institute, as well as a Governor of the Smith Family, one of Australia's largest charities. Li Yat-Sen was formerly Youth Chair of the NSW Ethnic Communities Council and Cultural Spokesperson for NSW Tourism during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. He was also a Director of the National Centre for Volunteering and the NSW Government's Sydney Metropolitan Strategy Group. Li Yat-Sen has an Arts/Law degree with First-Class Honours from the University of Sydney and a Master's of Law from New York University Law School, where he was Australia's Hauser Global Fellow for 2000. Li Yat-Sen was awarded the 2002 Eisenhower Fellowship, with which he travelled to the US to study the intersection of corporate, political and community interests. He was also a delegate to the Australia 2020 Summit in Canberra in 2008.