As a director in Eurasia Group’s geo-technology practice, Xiaomeng Lu focuses on the interactions of emerging technologies with geopolitics, market dynamics, and regulatory norms. She provides in-depth analysis on key policy issues such as data governance and privacy, big tech antitrust, artificial intelligence, and digital trade.
Before joining Eurasia Group, Xiaomeng was the China practice lead at consulting firm Access Partnership. Previously, Xiaomeng worked as a global policy director at the Information Technology Industry Council, where she conducted successful advocacy campaigns that led to the suspension of onerous regulatory regimes, helping global electronics manufacturers save billions in potential losses. Xiaomeng has a master’s degree in international trade policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Renmin University of China.