Vincie Ho

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Adjunct Faculty, Institute for Humane Education/ Antioch University New England

Vincie Ho, Ph.D., is faculty at Antioch University and teaches human rights for the graduate programs with the Institute for Humane Education. She is also the founder and executive director of RISE Travel Institute, a 501(c)3 nonprofit with a mission to educate all who travel so that when travel occurs it is responsible, impactful, sustainable, and ethical. Her work at RISE focuses on engaging tourism professionals, university students, and travelers in critical conversations around social justice, animal protection, environmental stewardship, diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility, and systems change in the context of travel and tourism. Vincie holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics (HKU) and taught French at the University of Hong Kong for over a decade. She also holds various graduate and professional certificates in negotiation skills (UPEACE), humane education (IHE), sustainable tourism (GSTC), global social change leadership (NYU), and international peace and human rights (UNU). A native of Hong Kong, Vincie also teaches Cantonese, a politically marginalized language, as a commitment to preserve the cultural identity of her people.