Ariane C. Rosen, Program and Development Officer
Ariane C. Rosen is currently the Program and Development Officer at the United States-China Policy Foundation. She moved to Washington, DC after receiving a graduate degree in International Relations from the University of Cambridge (UK). Her research focus was on U.S.-China relations. Ariane’s previous experience in China includes a semester abroad in Shanghai, an internship at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, and intensive Mandarin immersion in Xi’an as part of the Critical Language Scholarship Program. She received her BA in International Relations with a Minor in Writing from Rollins College.
Juliet M. Tempest, Research and Editorial Assistant
Juliet M. Tempest joined the USCPF team after returning to the D.C. area from China, where she worked in Yunnan Province and Guangzhou. She discovered a passion for Chinese language and culture while at Princeton University, where she completed her undergraduate degree in Economics and obtained certificates in Finance and Translation & Intercultural Communication. Her senior thesis compared investment allocations of elderly households in the U.S. and China. Before graduating, Juliet participated in an intensive language program in Beijing and interned at a market research firm in Shanghai.