Maggie Zong is Associate Director of the Harvard China Fund, reporting to the Chairman of the Harvard China Fund (HCF) and the Executive Director of the Harvard Center Shanghai. As chief administrator, she is responsible for the organization and day-to-day management of all HCF activities. Representing HCF to internal and external constituencies, she helps develop strategic priorities for HCF; cultivates interest among Harvard faculty, administrators and students for activities in China; and oversees programmatic activities at HCF, including the student internship and service programs, and the faculty grant program.
Before joining the Harvard China Fund, Maggie served as Assistant Director of Global Markets, Executive Education at Harvard Business School, where she managed the Senior Executive Program for China, the Global CEO Program for China, and the Global Colloquium on Participant-centered Learning. Prior to HBS, Maggie spent five years at Brown University as Assistant Director in the Office of International Student and Scholar Services. She also worked as Assistant to the Dean at Harvard University Graduate School of Design, helping launch the first executive education program for Chinese planners. In addition to her 20 years’ experience working for academic institutions, Maggie had a business career working for Chinese, American, and Hong Kong companies in China, including CNOOC, CAAC, and Occidental Petroleum Company.
Maggie appreciates arts, music and culinary arts. In her free time, she cooks for her friends and practices Chinese calligraphy. Maggie is willing to entertain proposals to give Chinese cooking lessons.