Chiong Wei Thia & Frack Lee & Wellington Chow
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.

 
Chiong Wei Thia 程章偉
LinkedIn: 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/chiong-wei-
thia-28465758/

Nationality: Singaporean

Had 5 years of managerial experience in Singapore in the airline industry doing operations, resource planning, sales, and marketing. Graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Project Management Degree and spent a short stint at Seoul National University. Signed up for GMBA to further polish my management skills and learn more about entrepreneurship.

 

 
Frack Lee 李俊賢
LinkedIn: 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/frack-lee-
11498b4a/

Nationality: Taiwanese

I am presently a salesman focusing on promoting Salesforce CRM. Job interested in cloud application (SaaS, Software as a service).
Before my current job, I have working experience in
the semiconductor company, Texas Instruments(NASDAQ: TXN), and mobile internet company, Cheetah Mobile(NYSE: CMCM). I have worked in Taipei, Shanghai, and Dallas, and traveled in more than 20 countries.

 
Wellington Chow 周彥辰
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wellington-chow-bb41b516a/

Nationality: Taiwanese Canadian


I currently work as a consultant in the HR strategy field, based in Taipei. Areas of work that I am responsible for include job analysis and evaluation, performance management, talent management, and executive and corporate director compensation. I am an aviation enthusiast and frequent traveler who is fortunate to refer to Toronto and Taipei as homes. Not as photogenic as I would like to be, so sincere apologies for the portrait you see here.