Benjamin Shobert, MBA
Ben is the Managing Director of Rubicon Strategy Group. He is also a Senior Associate for International Health at NBR, where he advises and contributes to NBR research programs on international health in Asia.
In addition, Ben is a columnist for Forbes, where he writes about healthcare & aging in Southeast Asia. Previous to Forbes, for more than six years, Mr. Shobert wrote a column for the Asia Times on U.S.-China trade and economic policy with a particular focus on how relations between the two countries were impacted after the 2008 financial crisis. His works have been featured at CNBC, China Business Review, Forbes China, and Harvard Asia Quarterly. Mr. Shobert is also a contributor to the new book, The Global Obama.
Mr. Shobert serves on the advisory boards of the Indiana University’s Research Center on Chinese Politics and Business and the IAHSA-China (The Global Aging Network). He is a member of the National Committee on United States–China Relations and the Pacific Council on International Policy. He holds an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
Jing Huang, MD, MBA
Jing is a Senior Associate at Rubicon Strategy Group and brings several years of healthcare consulting experience in China and the US. She has strong cross-functional working experiences at a variety of companies ranging from Merck to Intel to a number of Chinese 3A level hospitals, NPO institute, and Healthcare IT company. She is a certified doctor as well as an MBA graduate from Peking University.