College Program Lead
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
"I belong to the A9 Community Team; we're committed to giving back to our community as much as we can."
What cool project have I had the opportunity to work on at Intel?
The coolest thing is this Life at Intel site; I will be one of the faces of Intel which will be seen across the globe. This will help Intel be closer to Vietnamese youth and students.
What's the most fun experience I've had working at Intel?
I had a chance to talk and be photographed with Craig Barrett when he visited the Vietnam site in April, 2009.
What has my career path been since working at Intel?
I started as a Staffing Intern. Since joining Intel two and a half years ago, I've been an HR Generalist, a Staffing Specialist, and a College Program Coordinator, and now I'm a College Program Lead.
What do I do when I'm NOT at work?
Taking aviation photos is a top priority. I also like to sit in the park in downtown Ho Chi Minh City and drink coffee, and chat with friends. If possible, I like to travel to places I've never been before.
What's the coolest Website that I've discovered?
I am crazy about aviation so it must be www.jetphotos.net. I can find all the aviation information, from an aircraft database, airport reviews, and airline rankings and upload my aviation photos to its ever–growing database.
If I could live and work abroad for a year, where would I go?
It would be Singapore. I personally think Singapore is a great place to work if you want to have a multicultural working/living environment.
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