Madelyn Ross has worked in China-related positions in higher education and non-profit organizations for 30 years. She became president of the US-China Education Trust in March 2022. Before coming to USCET she was executive director of SAIS China and associate director of China Studies at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, which included oversight of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center partnership in China and the SAIS dual degree program with Tsinghua University. She worked at George Mason University from 2003 to 2015, becoming director of China Initiatives across the university. She also spent nine years at The US-China Business Council, as editor of The China Business Review and executive director of The China Business Forum. Ross holds an M.A. in International Affairs from Columbia University and a B.A. in East Asian Studies from Princeton University, magna cum laude. She did graduate work in Chinese at Fudan University in Shanghai in 1979-1980, where she was one of the first American students to study in China following normalization of US-China relations. She has lived and worked in Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Taipei.
饶玫（Madelyn Ross） 有在高等教育和非营利组织的中国相关职位工作30余年的经验。她于2022年3月出任美中教育基金会主席。
在加入USCET之前， 是约翰·霍普金斯大学国际关系学院（SAIS）中国研究前副主任、中国区执行主任，其中包括约翰霍普金斯-南京中心合作项目和清华大学SAIS双学位项目以及 SAIS 在中国的其他活动。2003年至2015年，她是乔治·梅森大学中国研究促进计划和全球联盟的负责人。饶玫也曾在美中贸易全国委员会工作了九年，担任《中国商业评论》的编辑和中国商业论坛的执行董事。