Wednesday September 30, 2020

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.


Allison Golden, Research and Editorial Assistant

Allison Golden is currently a Research and Editorial Assistant at the United States-China Policy Foundation. She received her BA in History from West Chester University of Pennsylvania, where she participated in a summer study abroad program with the university’s sister-school, Guizhou University. She received her MA in Asian Studies from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, double concentrating in Politics & Security and International Political Economy with a focus on China.


Rona Vaselaar, Program and Research Assistant

Rona Vaselaar is currently a Program and Research Assistant at the United States-China Policy Foundation. After she received her Bachelor’s Degree in China Studies at the University of Notre Dame, she moved to Nanjing, China, where she attained a graduate degree from the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. Most recently, she completed her Master’s Degree in China Studies, Conflict Management, and International Economics at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.