We have great opportunities for identifying resources and networking within our GMBA class alone; however, many of us lack knowledge of most of our classmates' backgrounds and experiences, let alone those of the alumni and professors. GMBA Connect can work as a platform or tool for all current students, alumni, and faculty to get to know one another. Short but explicit descriptions of personal background information will be posted on the website and GMBA newsletter. Self-presentations will be given on Monday and Wednesday evenings before core classes. GMBA Connect is a great way to learn about one other.
I graduated from De La Salle University with a degree
in Interdisciplinary Business Studies, worked in the
banking industry for over 4 years and decided to take
a break and pursue graduate studies. I have lived and
studied in another country before, and also worked with
a diverse mix of people in the company, so it was natural
for me to want to study abroad. Taiwan was a surprising
choice as it wasn’t one of my initial choices, but when I
was assigned to work here for 2 weeks, it just hit me, and
I began my research. Stumbled upon NTU GMBA and the
rest was history. Something else about myself? Well,
I guess you just have to ask me to find out.
Graduated from the State University of New York at
Albany with a major in Business Administration and
Chinese Studies. Proficient in Japanese, French, Chinese,
Two plus years of experience working with a popular
Taiwanese YouTube channel, advising in viral video,
I have multinational and diverse working experiences.
Real estate sales and store operation for 4 years in Tokyo.
Study abroad in Australia, New Zealand then started an
insurance career in 2012 at AXA group in Singapore.
I then moved to Taiwan, currently, work for AON since
2015. Originally GMBA was only for my career but it became a part
of my life now.