My experience of running a family business since the age of 12 has developed my business acumen, confidence and willpower to constantly strive for a higher level of excellence. Currently a senior at Columbia University studying economics & statistics, I am interested in the intersection of finance, emerging technologies, and data analytics. During my time at Columbia, I have founded a Columbia-funded startup that leverages blockchain technology to improve supply chain efficiency and restore trust in the wine industry.
Currently, I am leading the first undergraduate club at Columbia focusing on family enterprises. Our projects include Global Family Enterprise Case Competition 2020, a panel discussion focusing on family businesses organized jointly with the Columbia Alumni Association – Vietnam and Harvard Club of Vietnam, and several speaker events in the planning stage.
In my free time, I play tennis and get involved with the Columbia University Cycling club. I also enjoy doing research on O2O commerce and organizing events focusing on family enterprises.