HINRICH SCHOLARSHIPRMIT University
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Master of Global Trade, Class of 2022
Co-sponsor: Avery Dennison
CURRENT EMPLOYMENTHR Business Partner Manager
Avery Dennison, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
“I am incredibly honored to have been nominated by my company to be a Hinrich Foundation Scholar. This program will definitely provide me a great opportunity to lay my foundation in global trade.”
Chan is HR Business Partner (HRBP) Manager at Avery Dennison RIS Vietnam.Founded in 1935, Avery Dennison is a global leader in materials science and manufacturing based in California, and a Fortune 500 company. It employs more than 30,000 people in over 50 countries.
Chan is responsible for leading HRBP functions in alignment with business objectives. She provides strategic, tactical and operational support to management teams in a human resources capacity. Managing day-to-day activities associated with employee labor relations, performance management, recruiting and retention, Chan serves as a business partner and advisor to line management on complex people-related issues.
Prior to Avery Dennison, Chan had more than 18 years’ working experience in HR for Kimberly Clark, Intel Products Vietnam and RMIT University. She earned her bachelor's degree in English Translation and Interpretation from HCMC University of Foreign Languages and IT in 2002 and attained her Master of Global Trade at RMIT University through the Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship in 2022.
During the 18 years working mainly in the HR field, I always want to learn something new and different. Sitting in the management meetings of my company, I sometimes find it is difficult for me to catch up with the team's discussion, especially when people talk about trade. For not being left behind, I grab the opportunity to earn my seat in this program.
Being known as the program by employers and for employers, the Master Global Trade gives me a great opportunity to start my learning journey in trade across various industries. I believe I will not only gain applicable knowledge but also be shared best practices in global trade from reputable lecturers and industry guest speakers. And with the diverse scholars' cultures and backgrounds, this cohort also makes me extremely excited to join to build my professional network.
I am sincerely honored to have been selected as a recipient of the Hinrich Foundation scholarship. I will make the most of my learning to open my pathways to global trade, and be a part of the Alumni Association for supporting the next cohort in this journey.