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Episode 18: Cultivating community in corporate culture

In this episode of NüVoices, Alice Xin Liu interviews Chenni Xu, corporate communications head for Alipay in North America and a board member and local chapter co-head of NüVoices in New York City.

Chenni discusses her experiences navigating the corporate world, from Brunswick to Alipay and from Beijing to America. She stresses the importance of forming strong peer networks, finding mentorship, and ensuring that during a meeting you always have a seat at the table — but not as the note taker.

In the recommendations and self-care section, Chenni touts the usefulness of a free meditation app, Insight Timer. Alice recommends a recent episode of the Wo Men podcast, “Cycling the Silk Road,” with Eva Yoo.

If you’re enjoying the podcast, be sure to check out the NüVoices website for resources, community events, and more.

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Alice Xin Liu

Alice Xin Liu is a Beijing-based writer, translator, and feminist. She has been managing editor at Pathlight: New Chinese Writing and an editor and translator at Danwei, a Financial Times research service, in Beijing.

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