Jingfang Liu, originally from Beijing, is an Associate Professor at the School of Journalism, Fudan University in Shanghai. She received her Ph.D. from the Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California. She conducts research and teaches in the broad areas of environmental communication, organization and strategic communication, and ICT for social change. She is a recipient of numerous research grants, such as a recent Humanities and Social Science Research Grant by the Chinese Ministry of Education, Shanghai Pujiang Talent Plan Research Grant, and a U.S. National Science Foundation grant for her Ph.D. dissertation (on Green Information Technologies in Silicon Valley). She has published in leading international academic journals such as the International Journal of Communication, Journal of Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, and Chinese Journal of Communication, as well as various chapters in books such as the Oxford Handbook of Corporate Reputation. She serves as reviewer for and on the editorial board of several international academic journals and book series. She is co-editing a book with Phaedra Pezzulo titled Green Communication and China: On Crisis, Care, & Global Futures, which will be published by the Michigan State University Press in 2020.