Hope Marshall is a program assistant at the National Committee, where she provides support to various programs, including the U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium, CHINA Town Hall, Track II dialogues, and Young China Professionals.

Ms. Marshall has had extensive experience living, working and studying in China. As a young girl, she lived in Hong Kong for four years and later revisited China’s mainland after graduating from high school, as an au pair in Hangzhou. Upon returning to the United States, she began working for the China-based au pair agency, LoPair Education, as an overseas representative, where she recruited young Americans to travel to China. For her undergraduate thesis, she conducted research in Shanghai, interviewing Chinese mothers about their views of China’s air pollution and its impact on maternal health. She has also worked on Capitol Hill in the office of Congresswoman Ann Wagner of Missouri, who is a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

Ms. Marshall was born in Brussels, and raised in Hong Kong, Berlin, and Washington, D.C. She is fluent in both Mandarin and German, and received a B.A. in international studies from Indiana University in Bloomington, with a focus on East Asia, global health, and sustainable development. She graduated magna cum laude and is member of Phi Beta Kappa.

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