Jingjing Li is an Associate Partner in the China practice at ASG, where she advises clients on regulatory challenges and business strategies in China.
Prior to joining ASG, Ms. Li worked with non-profit healthcare organizations to improve key areas of their development outcomes. She was most recently an International Project Manager at Health Care Without Harm, where she led the global project management of the Sustainable Health in Procurement Project (SHiPP), a partnership with the United Nations Development Programme.
Previously, she was a Program Officer and Financial Compliance Officer for International Grants at Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, where she managed the grants portfolio for Asia and Eastern Europe.
Ms. Li began her career in Beijing, working as an International Program Officer at the China National Health Development and Research Center within the Ministry of Health. There, she facilitated and managed international relationships, research, and knowledge exchange. She also served as a Project Coordinator for the China Health Economics Association (CHEA).
Ms. Li received her Bachelor of Laws from Hunan University and her Master of Laws in International Law and World Order from the University of Reading. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
She is based in Washington, D.C.