How does China look like today? What do Americans like about China? What kind of opportunities for Americans come to China? Working in the US Embassy and have lived in two big China cities, Guangzhou and Beijing, Janice Englehart has observed China with her unique way. Through her professional work, and through her personal life, Janice has deeply engaged in the energetic working style and life style in China. She will help you demystify what China really is. If you are interested in exploring China, or working with Chinese people, or looking for opportunities to bring your own product or services to China, you will find this discussion highly informative and exciting.
Guest: Janice Englehart
Janice Englehart joined U.S. Embassy Beijing’s Cultural Affairs Section in August 2016 after managing art and cultural programs for 5 years at U.S. Consulate Guangzhou. She programs events for music, film, and the performing arts, as well as coordinates the Embassy’s speakers program. In addition to her work in arts management, Janice has over 25 years of experience in the fields of environment, health, and social services. She has worked extensively with public, private, and not-for-profit organizations in policy analysis, public involvement programming, and project management. Janice holds Masters degrees in Public Health and Social Work from Columbia University and a B.A in Philosophy and German from the University of Notre Dame. She grew up in Los Angeles and now considers Seattle home