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Jin Jin,   Ph. D. 
Founder / CEO
Dr. Jin is a renowned leader in international education affairs. She champions exchanges in culture, education and business with particular focus on US-Asia educational development. She is devoted to globalizing Atlanta and advancing its importance on the world stage.

Dr. Jin holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)—one of Top 10 universities in China. Prior to founding AIEG, Dr. Jin worked as an educator and a scientist at Emory University and Ohio State University for many years, published more than 36 papers and presented many talks in prestigious international conferences. Dr. Jin was an invited speaker on many topics, such as American Colleges with International Reach: How U.S. Education Goes Global, Recruitment and Retention of Asian Students in American Universities—A Strategic Approach, More To Asia Than Meets The Eye, Difference between Asian culture and Western culture.


 
 
With a passion for building bridges, Dr. Jin has been working with many schools and universities in the US, she has helped to forge and strengthen international connections, globalize schools, providing advice on international education. Dr. Jin shares her global vision with schools as well as students. She is tireless in educating, fostering and training students and preparing them for roles as future global citizens and business leaders who will embody gratitude and integrity.
 
Dr. Jin is a caring, warm-hearted professional who enjoys helping people. She likes making all kind of international friends and learning from different cultures. Dr. Jin is passionate about caring the local community in Georgia and has been actively involved in a variety of community services and serving various non-profit organizations. She is President of Atlanta Education Association,  Co-President of US Zhejiang General Chamber of Commerce, President of Georgia Zhejiang  Chamber of Commerce. She also served on the advisory board of the China Task Force, World Languages & Cultures for Georgia State University (GSU), a founding senior advisor of Chinese student Association in Georgia, a founding board member of Atlanta International Charter School, Secretary General of Zhejiang Normal University Alumni in North America, a mentor for Graduate Mentoring Program at J. Mack Robinson College of Business of GSU, a board member of Chinese Business of Association in Atlanta (CBAA), a chairman circle member of World Affairs Council of Atlanta (WACA).