Jaymi McNabb is an Associate with ASG’s China practice, where she supports clients through research and project coordination.
Prior to joining ASG, Ms. McNabb was a Project Associate at the National Bureau of Asian Research, where she spearheaded the coordination of a roundtable publication, focusing on Taiwanese cultural and social identity shifts. She also provided logistical support for NBR events and translated Chinese academic papers. Earlier in her career, Ms. McNabb was a Research Assistant at the Stanford Law and Policy Lab, where she worked on the “Scoping Policy Lab Worldwide” Project, documenting policy and innovation labs in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
As a Boren scholar Ms. McNabb studied in the International Chinese Language Program at the National Taiwan University for a year. Ms. McNabb earned a B.A. in International Relations from Stanford University with specializations in East Asia and Human Development Specializations.
She is proficient in Mandarin and speaks basic Cantonese and Japanese.
Ms. McNabb is based in Washington, D.C.