Founder and CEO of BEARAPY
China Representative, Country Executive Committee of Global Mental Health Peer Network
Advisory Board Member, Movement for Global Mental Health
Enoch is a social entrepreneur and Founder of BEARAPY – a B2B social enterprise that provides consulting and training services to organizations and executives to prevent workplace burnout and strengthen employee wellbeing in creative ways.
Enoch’s personal mission is to reduce burnout and mental health issues through helping adults access their inner playfulness. Through Bearapy, Enoch works with multinationals, governments, and start-ups across Asia-Pacific to advocate emotional and mental health awareness for resilience, emotional awareness, leadership development, and optimum productivity. Her work is widely recognized in the society: she was awarded the Social Contributor of the Year 2018 Award by the International Professional Women’s Society in China, and the Speaking Out Award by Mind HK.
She has helped tens of thousands of people through Bearapy, her writing, and speaking. Enoch has been a TEDx presenter, and featured and published in CNN, Forbes, South China Morning Post, Thrive Global, China Radio International, and CGTN, in addition to her blog, NochNoch.com. Her latest book, Stress in the City, shares her personal journey, discusses some fun ways to cope with depression, and suggests how adults and parents can be playful.
Previously, Enoch worked at HSBC with a variety of management roles in Business Development, Credit & Risk, Learning and Development in London, Paris, Tokyo and Beijing. She is also a Leadership Consultant at INSEAD. She holds an Executive Masters in Change (Distinction) from INSEAD and a Masters in Law (Hons) from University of London.
Enoch is based in Beijing, married with two children, and likes to practice calligraphy and takes wisdom from Dr Seuss.