Zoey (Xuezhao) Wang is a doctoral student in the joint PhD in Education program by University of Rhode Island (URI) and Rhode Island College (RIC), and a graduate assistant for the Office of Grant and Research Administration at Rhode Island College. She also serves a research associate at Media Education Lab founded by Dr. Renee Hobbs at University of Rhode Island, a Student Leadership Council member for the National Media Literacy Education Association (NAMLE), a lead Research Coordinator and Steering-wheel Committee member for the Give Me Five Teen Film Festival in the State of Rhode Island. Zoey’s research interests are in International Media Literacy, Youth Media and Creativity, Media and Contemporary Culture, as well as Art Education. She visited the Media Education Research Center at the Communication University of China summer 2016 and was a guest lecturer at Boya Smart Technology, LLC. Prior to her doctoral study, Zoey worked with her advisor Dr. Art Silverblatt on the Digital International Media Literacy E-book project (dimle.org), and as a lecturer of International Media Literacy at Webster University in St. Louis. Previously, Zoey worked as a production assistant at NPR’s member station in St. Louis (KWMU) and an assistant producer at China Radio International (CRI) in Beijing.