Xiaomeng Lu is Access Partnership’s Senior Policy Manager and China practice lead. She is well-versed in the technology policy world, specializing in standards, cybersecurity, sustainability, and market access issues. She has extensive experience throughout Asia, with a strong emphasis on China. This expertise includes how government agencies, indigenous companies, foreign businesses, industry groups, and media influence and interact with each other to form technology policy in Beijing and other Asian capitals. Her in-depth understanding of the Chinese market and Chinese people serve as the basis for valuable political and policy insight and analysis. She has achieved favorable policy outcomes for Fortunate 100 technology companies across the governments of Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Pakistan, Taiwan, and UAE.
Before joining Access Partnership, Xiaomeng spent six years advocating for global high-tech companies at the Information Technology Industry Council where, among other initiatives, she led a coalition of industry groups that successfully secured the indefinite delay of a Chinese manufacturing regulation, saving global information technology manufacturers billions in potential losses. Her policy analyses have been quoted by the New York Times, Financial Times, Bloomberg, South China Morning Post, and Forbes.
Xiaomeng holds a master’s degree in International Trade Policy from Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and a bachelor’s degree in International Economics and Trade from Renmin University of China.