Meg Kurdys is the programs manager at the US-China Business Council. She is responsible for organizing and implementing programs with US and Chinese government officials, policymakers, scholars, and business leaders for USCBC members. Prior to working as the programs manager, Meg worked as an intern in the Programs department for USCBC and as a research intern for the Institute of China-America Studies. Meg holds dual bachelor’s degrees from North Carolina State University in International Studies and in Foreign Languages and Literatures. Upon graduation, she was awarded the departmental Leadership in Asian Languages award in 2018. She is proficient in Mandarin Chinese and Korean.