Daughter of immigrant entrepreneurs; an entrepreneur myself. I started TAOpivot (Feb. 2012 - July 2013), a company that helped find jobs and internships for international students in the U.S. Currently, I am building Ms. Kwong, a specialty baked goods business, and also #HashtagHustler, a Twitter consulting business for small businesses and large events/conferences. I am passionate about all forms of art, and currently partake in painting, drawing, writing, ceramics, and yarn crafts.
Specialties include immigration reform, international student affairs, career advice and coaching, Twitter and public speaking. I am also available to talk about baking, the restaurant business world (my parents owned a restaurant in our hometown, and all of us children worked there), creative writing, and women in business.
Industry Expertise (10)
Arts and Crafts
Staffing and Recruiting
Training and Development
Professional Training and Coaching
Food and Beverages
Writing and Editing
Areas of Expertise (3)
International Student Affairs
George Mason University: B.S., Marketing 2007
I participated in a 4-month Direct Exchange Program in Tokyo, Japan, studying the Japanese language and culture. My class team and I won the school-wide VanCity Credit Union Case Competition in Spring 2007.
University of Denver: International MBA, Entrepreneurship 2012
- Beta Gamma Sigma
- Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
- Workshop Leader
- Corporate Training