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How Are You Doing?

The pandemic forced us to adapt to a new normal, and we can only better ourselves by moving forward at whatever pace we can manage.

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Reflections on My Uber Layoff

This is not a story about success. Rather, it’s one about failure and how I picked myself up from where I fell. About three months ago on Monday, October 14th, Uber downsized for the third round, and my whole team was affected. I remember the out-of-body, surreal feeling after being called to a mandatory but […]

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2 Years at Uber

3 days before my second year at Uber (aka. Uberversary), the company laid off 400 people across the whole Marketing org. There are already tons of coverage in the news and mountains of responses and sentiment, so I won’t dwell on public information. Instead, I want to dedicate this post to my friends and colleagues, […]

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My Reflection on Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, highlighting women’s contributions in history and society. This year especially felt unique to me because I am on the Women of Uber Global Board as the Program Lead, overseeing all the projects to facilitate conversation, drive awareness, and improve the numbers of female leaders in the organization. Many research and […]

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My Path to Becoming a Murican

On Tuesday, July 10th 2018, I became an American citizen. This once-in-a-lifetime process only took me 10 years – 5 years securing a working permit through the green card application, and 5 years waiting to be naturalized, an upgrade from a permanent resident to a citizen. Even though I couldn’t sleep very well the night […]

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