Su Cheng is the Founder and CEO of SCHSAsia with over 20 years of experience in China.  Su Cheng has been actively involved in the Beijing business community, managing projects and serving the needs for a number of destinations, not-for-profit organizations, community organizations, and bilateral associations in the areas of strategic event management, fundraising, public and media relations, promotion and marketing.

Before becoming an entrepreneur she was engaged in the corporate arena and held management positions at The Boeing Company, United Technologies Corporation, and The Capital Club in Beijing.

At United Technologies Corporation in China, Su Cheng was as the Corporate Projects Manager supporting the Operating Divisions, Corporate Headquarters and UTIO China in matters of internal coordination, quality improvement processes and overall China strategies. Prior to that role, Su Cheng was the Marketing Director for The Capital Club in Beijing managing a budget of over $1 million U.S. dollars where she developed and implemented marketing strategies and club activities while providing leadership, training, and guidance to her team. As a Buyer and Requirements Specialist for The Boeing Company in Seattle, Washington, Su Cheng negotiated supplier contracts, worked as a vendor liaison, and formulated administrative procedures for the departments.

Su Cheng has a MBA with emphasis in Marketing and International Business from Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA and a BA from the University of Washington, Seattle, WA in 1989. Since moving to China in 1996, Su Cheng has forged relationships with the American, British, Japanese and Australian Chambers of Commerce, the U.S.-China Business Council, the U.S. Embassy and a range of Beijing civic groups. An active member of the community, Su Cheng served on the Board of the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham) for three years, and served as Vice Chair in 2002 and 2003. She currently serves as Co-Chair of AmCham China Women’s Professional Committee; Advisory Board Member of Dell Women Entrepreneur’s Network and the Beijing Chapter President of The University of Washington Alumni Association in China.