Martin Thompson- Director of College Counseling
· Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York: M.A.哥伦比亚大学教师学院，纽约，硕士
· Lake Forest College, Lake Forest Illinois: B.A.伊利诺斯洲，莱克福利斯特学院，学士
· Beijing Bayi School International Department: Academic Dean北京市八一学校国际部：教务长
· Beijing National Day School, Beijing: Science Department Head北京十一学校:科学系主任
· Latin School of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois: Director of Special Projects in Academic Technology, Science Department Chair芝加哥拉丁学校，芝加哥，伊利诺斯洲：学术科技项目主任，科学系主任
Assistant Director of College Counseling
Jonathan Goode received his BA degree in History and Political Science from Rice University in 2009. After graduation, he managed recruitment for the Colorado State University Alliance High Schools, and for schools in the San Antonio and Houston, Texas regions. As part of the position, he reviewed student applications for admissions.
He also worked specifically with Hispanic student recruitment, coordinating the Colorado Lorenzo de Zavala Youth Legislative Session summer leadership program, and directly worked with Latino students and families helping them to navigate the college admissions process. Due to his outstanding work with students, in July of 2012, he was appointed to the position of Assistant Director of Admissions for Colorado State University where he managed Multicultural Recruitment, chaired the Multicultural Recruitment Task Force, supervised the Seasonal reading staff, served on the committee to render decisions on contentious applications, and many other duties. In July of 2014, he was recruited from Colorado State University's Office of Admissions to join the Office of Admission at Colorado College, one of the top-rated, small liberal arts colleges in the United States, as Associate Director of Admission. There he served as a member of the leadership team, supervised a team of four Admission Counselors, managed the on-campus visitor experience, managed recruitment efforts for Texas and the Southeastern United States, and developed and implemented the multicultural recruitment plan for the college. Needless to say, he has the insider information that can really help our students.
Jane Huang graduated after receiving the First Class Scholarship award, highest in her class, with a BA degree from the Tianjin Foreign Languages University where she majored in English (International Business). She also passed the CET-6 and TEM-8 examinations. After graduation, she served as the application instructor of the American Admission and Visa Department for the Beijing Gabriel Counseling Co, Ltd from December 2010 through June 2012. She then was offered the position to serve as the Assistant of the Director of the American Department and Counselor for the China Education Service Center until April of 2013. In that position, she improved her skills and knowledge of American colleges and universities and learned to track the student application progress. After that, she was recruited to join the Beijing No. 8 High School Sino-American Program as the Head College Counselor. In that role, she designed the college counseling curriculum, guided students through the application process, held one-on-one consulting sessions with parents and students, guided the school, students, and parents through the Naviance training process, built relationships with college admissions officers at top universities, and, among many other great and innovative things, developed the WeChat platform for Beijing No. 8 college counseling, and coached the USAD (China) team for two years and helped them win the place for the final round of competition to the US.