Margot E. Landman joined the National Committee in June 2002 as director of the U.S.-China Teachers Exchange Program (TEP). As senior director for education programs from 2003 until early 2019, she continued running TEP until the end of its 18-year run in 2014. She now oversees a variety of programs at the Committee, including the Professional Fellows Program, public events, and an on-going series on the Chinese International NGO Management Law. For more than six years prior to her move to the Committee, she directed the Teachers Exchange Program from the American Council of Learned Societies. She was previously assistant director of the East Asian Institute at Columbia University, associate director of the East Asian Legal Studies Program at Harvard University, and program coordinator for the Committee on Legal Education Exchange with China, based at Columbia Law School.

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