Josephine has been the Finance Manager managing the budget for SCOPE since 2013. She was also the Finance Manager for SCALE (Stanford Center for Assessment and Learning Equity) from 2013 to 2016. Josephine joined SCOPE from the Stanford Office of Sponsored Research where she was a Senior Research Accountant monitoring Stanford sponsored project post award activities during her five-year tenure there. Prior to Stanford, Josephine worked as an Accounting Manager responsible for budgets, financial reports and accounting operations in TSMC USA (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.) for ten years.
Josephine received her MBA from State University of New York at Buffalo and BA from National Taiwan Institute of Technology.
As one of the first generation college students in my family, I knew first hand how public education might bring tremendous impacts that change lives for the better. As I had the opportunity to come to the United States for higher education, I further experienced how quality education had broadened my horizon. I strongly believe in SCOPE’s mission to advance high-quality, equitable education systems for all children in the United States and abroad. Working at SCOPE allows me to indirectly support SCOPE to make meaningful education accessible and possible for every child in the world.
- Ensuring SCOPE remains fiscally sound by managing its complex funding sources and budgets.
- Collaborating internally with Stanford partner groups and externally with funders in order to coordinate research administration services, systems and processes to prepare proposal budgets and properly setup accounts in Stanford.
- Monitoring all SCOPE project activities in order to fulfill all requirements and regulations, from both Stanford and sponsor perspectives.