Jing Deng Meyer has a cross culture, diverse education background and a varied higher education professional experience in teaching, research, supervision, and student services. She received a bachelor degree in School Education & Administration and a master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Hunan Normal University, Changsha, China. She also received a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio. Prior to coming to the United States, she was an associate professor at Hunan Normal University, China, where she had taught general psychology, child psychology and other courses. She has published 30 articles and books in developmental psychology, creative psychology, social psychology, and higher education fields in China and USA. She had worked at Owens Community College and Bowling Green State University as an academic advisor. Currently, she is a Director of Student Services for the Professional Division at the University of Toledo, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Jing has been very actively involved with community services. In addition to serving as a board member of Toledo Sister Cities International, she also is a board member of the Qinhuangdao/China committee; a board member of the Chinese Association of Greater Toledo, in which she had also served as vice president and president in the past. She is also a member of the Greater Toledo World Tai Chi/Qigong Day Committee.
Outside of her professional life, Jing enjoys traveling with her husband, gardening, painting, doing various crafts, singing and dancing, as well as practicing tai chi and qigong.