I was born and raised in Hanoi, Vietnam.
I recently graduated from university in Boston (in December 2018). Right before joining Accelerating Asia, I was interning at Chope in Singapore as a B2B Product Marketing Intern. I’ve also worked at MFS Investment Management firm in Boston as well as at SAP Innovation Center in Silicon Valley in marketing-related roles.
As a Marketing & Community Coordinator, I oversee all the marketing and community engagement activities. Some of my day-to-day tasks include managing social media accounts, updating the company website, coordinating promotional activities for the accelerator program, and anything else that helps to build a strong brand presence for Accelerating Asia locally and internationally.
I’m greatly inspired by the company’s belief that “Founders are one of humanity’s great catalysts for positive change”, and it’s a huge bonus to be working with a very passionate and dedicated team.
“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish” by Steve Jobs.
I really enjoy cooking, but I very rarely follow recipes because I like to experiment with the ingredients and switch up the process… This also means that I very frequently encounter failures (fortunately nothing too major yet!), but that’s the fun of experimentation right?
I love the Harry Potter series, and I’ve watched it more times than I can remember.
My secret superpower is Laser Focus - when I’m concentrating on something, I am often unaware of everything else that is going on around me. The downside to this superpower is that I can’t multitask (e.g. typing while talking) - I’ve tried to do so and the results have been disastrous!
I would love to visit Japan someday, as I really like Japanese food and culture. I would also love to travel around Europe to explore its rich history and admire its breath-taking architecture.
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