Advisor for Asia Programs
Miranda Ma started working with Dr. Jonathan Noble as his assistant on establishing Notre Dame’s Beijing Global Gateway in the fall of 2010. Over the years, she has worked on establishing partnerships with universities, corporations, foundations, and government agencies in China, developed and operated various student programs in both China and in Notre Dame, and organized university leadership and faculty delegations to Asia. Ma also has collaborated with campus units such as development, the alumni association, and undergraduate admissions on fundraising efforts, alumni and parent relations, and student recruiting.
In July 2015, Ma relocated to Notre Dame’s main campus in the U.S. and continues to serve as an integral part of the Beijing Global Gateway. She continues to deepen and expand the collaborations with Notre Dame’s partners in China and other regions in Asia. Ma creates new programs in both China and Notre Dame to enable more mobility in both directions and enhance Notre Dame’s visibility in China. She manages the Greater China Scholars (GCS) program, develops enrichment opportunities, and advises the GCS group. She works on building campus partnerships and encourages new programs, events and collaborations in Asia. She also works on the Gateway’s communication activities.
Prior to joining Notre Dame, Ma worked at the Beijing Center for Chinese Studies for six years. She created and operated educational programs and enrichment opportunities for students from U.S. universities and all over the world. Ma earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in economics from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.
Email Miranda +1 574 631 2585 • 105 Main Building