Dr. Moses has been a graduate level professor at Renmin University, a professor at the Foreign Affairs College, and the John Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies in addition to faculty and administrative positions in the United States. He is responsible for the quality and operations of the undergraduate academic program at TBC and coordinates relations between TBC and the faculty members.
Eugene Geinzer exhibited his whimsical furniture-sculpture in the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Lever House and Zabriskie Galleries of New York, and many university galleries. Gradually, while teaching packaging design, ceramic sculpture and woodworking at Georgetown University and Loyola University Chicago he undertook larger and larger furniture commissions for universities and churches. What were once sculptures, he realized, were actually growing up to become architecture. Thus began his dual life as teacher of sculpture and a student of architecture. Here in Beijing he practiced woodworking by designing the bookcases for the Anton Library and as anarchitect by designing the future quarters of the TBC building on UIBE’s campus. An instinctual interest in Chinese Architecture spurred him to research of Domestic Dwellings and to invent a cross-disciplinary course in Traditional Chinese Architecture which he teaches now.
Jessica joined TBC as an Assistant to the Academic Division from January 2012. She worked as an Associate with Global Sage, an executive search firm from August 2010 to June 2011 and a Senior Analyst with Kroll, a business investigation firm from December 2005 to May 2009. She was previously a Translation/Financial Analyst with IMC Global, a major agrichemicals producer in the world from December 1997 to October 2004. Before that, she took in business support and administrative roles at ATC International, Seagram Martell and Shimadzu Medical Equipment.
Jessica is a graduate from Tianjin Foreign Studies University and Beijing Institute of Economic Management.
Justin received his BA in Economics from Peking University and returned to TBC after a year's study at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. He worked as Excursion Coordinator at TBC from 2005-2008, 2010 up to now.
Ms. Andrea Zhou holds a B.A in Economics and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Finance part time, both from UIBE. In her role as Assistant Director of Student Development Operations Ms. Zhou is responsible for all operational and fiscal needs of the Division of Student Development including visa support, arrivals and departures, housing accommodations, administering the Chinese Roommate and Host Family programs, logistics, procurement, and supervision of the Student Development Assistants. Mz. Zhou is also the ChinaVoice Coordinator.
Mariel is originally from Yarmouth, Maine. She graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a B.A.in Global Studies and minors in Business and Asian Studies. Mariel is an alumnus of The Beijing Center (Fall 2009). As the Assistant Director of Student & Community Development Mariel is responsible for planning a diverse range of activities and experiences designed to enhance TBC students’ knowledge, understanding, and skills essential for academic success, personal development, community building, networking, cultural immersion and integration, and the exercise of leadership. She is also the ChinaGreen Coordinator.