From Foundations to Frontiers: Chinese American Contributions to the Fabric of America

December 8, 2021
11am - 12pm
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Ray Zeng, director of programs and key initiatives of the Committee of 100, will present From Foundations to Frontiers: Chinese American Contributions to the Fabric of America, an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) report that has been commissioned by the Committee of 100. Built on unique data development, analysis, and economic modeling, expert interviews, and literature reviews, the report examines 175 years of Chinese American contributions to, and challenges within, the U.S. society. Committee of 100 has turned the report into a series of campus discussions giving the highlights of the content, and then 'opening the floor' for a discussion on how the Chinese American and AAPI community can move forward.

Brought to you in partnership with the William & Mary Alumni Association and William & Mary Asian Centennial.


Guest Speaker: Ray Zeng

Ray graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Cornell College, with double majors in Economics and Psychology, and an Art History minor. She holds an M.A. in International Development and International Economics from Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies. She completed an executive program in Arts & Cultural Strategy at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Social Policy and Practice and holds a certificate in Social Enterprise Management & Impact Investing from Middlebury College.

Ray Zeng is the director of Programs and Key Initiatives at Committee 100. Ray oversees the organization’s main programs including the Next-Generation Leaders program, China Scholars Program and the From Foundations to Frontiers report. Ray brings a diverse cross-sector of insights through her work at Christie’s and Kearney; she has also facilitated cross-cultural business dialogues between China and Europe and staged an exhibition on U.S.-China relations at the grass-root level. More recently, Ray served as the Development and International Relations Director for Si-Yo Music Society Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational and cultural organization dedicated to inspiring a global community with classical music.

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