Eyee Hsu is an experienced media professional and broadcaster, currently dedicating her work to creating impact in social and environmental issues.
For nearly 15 years, Eyee hosted and produced Up Close and Crossover, two flagship talk show programs on CGTN (China Global Television Network), China’s largest broadcaster. During the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Eyee was a reporter with NBC covering live sports as well as hosting specially curated content on China.
In 2017 Eyee returned to the US and has immersed herself in projects addressing climate change and education. Eyee is currently chairing MT2030, a coalition of international mountain towns committing to aggressive carbon reduction goals by 2030 and launching MT2030’s first Net-Zero Summit (www.mt2030.org). She currently serves as a China advisor for Al Gore’s The Climate Reality Project and and serves as a Trustee at Park City Day School.
After her experiences abroad, Eyee never takes for granted the copious amounts of fresh air and nature in her new home of Park City, Utah.