I work at the United Nations, where I advise on governance, economic policy, and Security Council matters. Born in London, I grew up in Hong Kong, New Jersey, Taipei, and Beijing, and have an especially soft spot in my heart for Beijing and its delicious dumplings.
I received my law degree from Yale Law School and my B.A. and M.A. from Stanford. Before law school, I worked as a journalist for the Bloomberg News Beijing Bureau, reporting on China's financial markets, financial regulations, and outbound investments.
I have been lucky to receive the guidance of many wonderful female mentors throughout my professional and academic career, and have tried to give back in however small ways I am able, such as by serving as a board member of Yale Law Women and being a mentor for an Asian-American mentoring program at Stanford. In my spare time, I enjoy running, meditation, samba dance, and independent film.