Fleishman-Hillard announced the inaugural class of its China Masters Exchange program. Three students were selected to work in the agency's offices in St. Louis, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. The 2012 recipients of the China Masters Exchange program includes Jing Kuai who will be working in the firm’s D.C. office.
Kuai a native of Hefei, Anhui, China, holds a master's in global communications from George Washington University. Launched in conjunction with Fleishman-Hillard's Global China Practice, the China Masters Exchange focuses on identifying and nurturing Chinese students who are seeking careers in communications. Incubating high-potential Chinese students in Western business hubs will help these individuals fast-track their careers by working with senior public affairs and corporate communications counselors.
After a year of on-the-job training in the U.S., these "China Masters" will transfer to the firm's China operations, where they will be uniquely equipped to contribute a global perspective.