Zhijun Yao is Executive Director of IACMR. She is responsible for overseeing the operations of the association and its China Office, managing its ongoing programs, working with officers on the development strategies of the association and sustainable growth of membership, and providing general support and assistance to the elected officers and various association committees. She is based in China Office located in Guanghua School of Management, Peking University in Beijing. Zhijun Yao used to be a lecturer of the University of International Business & Economics and a business manager with China International Trust and Investment Corporation. Her most relevant work experience comes from her career as Head of Beijing office of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), a global professional accountancy organization. Holding the position for nearly 13 years, she developed the ACCA Beijing office from scratch to a team of 15 staff and made a significant and invaluable contribution to ACCA in building its reputation, influence and size in Beijing and China.
Qian Han is Membership Services Manager of IACMR. She graduated from Maastricht School of Management with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and she also got Master’s Degree in Education in Hospitality Organization Training and Management from Glion Institute of Higher Education, Switzerland. She had served in the Dean’s Office at the Business School of Nanjing University for more than 6 years before she joined IACMR. Qian Han is primarily responsible for daily management of IACMR membership, maintaining and updating the membership database, communicating with membership at-large, and keeping track of membership development. She also assists Executive Director to organize conferences and workshops, as well as the daily operation of IACMR.
Tina Minchella is the current Managing Editor of Management and Organization Review, working in the U.S. office at Arizona State University since February 2010. She holds a Master’s degree in History from Arizona State University and has completed coursework in Scholarly Publishing and Editing as well. Tina has also served as a copy editor and editorial assistant for a number of scholarly journals from diverse academic disciplines. Tina currently coordinates the submission and review processes for the journal by communicating with and helping organize authors, reviewers, and editors. She also works with publisher Wiley-Blackwell in the production of each issue of MOR. In addition, Tina serves as a content and copy editor for MOR manuscripts at multiple stages throughout the course of acceptance and publication.