Originally from China, Wang has lived in the U. S. for over twenty years. After finishing her masters degree at Stanford University, she joined at a prestigious think tank, Institute for the Future, in Menlo Park, California, and consulted for Fortune 500 companies including Apple Computer, Oracle, and Bank of America.
Wang then became an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley Internet start-ups. In 2004, she returned to Stanford University as a Reuters Fellow, developing technology solutions for underserved communities. She founded a social venture, e-Mobilizer, to help woman micro-entrepreneurs in developing countries using mobile phone to access online markets. E-Mobilizer was nominated twice for the San Jose Tech Museum Award.
Wang’s new book The Chinese Dream: The Rise of the World’s Largest Middle Class and What It Means to You is top rated #3 on Amazon Kindle Store. Wang has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor, and featured in San Jose Mercury News, Boston Review, China Daily, Asia Times, and other major media.
Wang now divides her time between consulting for companies doing business in China and helping non-profit organizations make a difference. A thought leader at DNA Global Network, Wang serves as a Strategic Adviser for Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE).
She lives in Silicon Valley with her husband, her dog Frodo, and her parakeet Star. In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, dance, and travel.