Jim Caime is the Executive Director of The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies. Jim began his work at TBC in August 2010 and became the Executive Director in July 2014. Jim has worked in U.S. higher education for fifteen years and worked at Loyola University New Orleans from 2002 – 2010 prior to joining the TBC staff. He holds multiple Masters degrees, including an MBA from Georgetown University, received in 1985. Jim himself was an exchange student in high school and studied abroad during his undergraduate years. Jim entered the Society of Jesus for the New Orleans Province in August, 1993 and was ordained a priest in 2002. He is currently a member of the UCS province. He is a skilled pastoral counselor, liturgist and liturgical musician.
Arthur Yin graduated from University of International Business and Economics (UIBE). As an expert of China’s geography, he liked traveling and started working in TBC as Academic Excursions Coordinator after graduation in the year 2008, helping TBC students understand the beautiful nature sceneries and great cultures in China. While studying in college, he concentrated in economics and accounting, which developed his expertise in finance and accounting.
Molly joined The Beijing Center in 2017 as the Coordinator for Operations and Academic Affairs. She has over nine years experience working in an international research center and five years with an international academic exchange program. Molly also has experience as a middle school English teacher. With her experience in administration, human resources, finance and teaching, she has brought independent thinking and expertise in cross-culture communication to her roles in operations and academic affairs.