Fri, Mar 26 | Zoom Meeting

HKANC Advance & Beyond: Study Abroad in the USA

In this Advance & Beyond monthly webinar series, our guest speakers will share experiences and cover resources to support study abroad development from the student and school's perspectives.
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HKANC Advance & Beyond: Study Abroad in the USA

Time & Location

Mar 26, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT
Zoom Meeting

About The Event

About This Webinar - The USA is the desired study abroad destination for many international students due to the personal experience, attractive career opportunities, and bright future. In this webinar, our guest speakers will share their personal experiences and cover resources to support study abroad development from the former international student and school's perspectives. Moderated By: - Gavin Lam Vice President, Business Development & International Partnerships HSBC BANK USA, N.A. Meet Our Speakers - Albert Koo Director, College of Business Student Success Center San Francisco State University Bio: Born in Hong Kong and moved to San Francisco during my teenage years. Since then, he has been living in San Francisco for almost 35 years. Albert has been working at San Francisco State University College of Business for 26 years and currently the Director of the Student Success Center. - Kory Lam Chairwoman Hong Kong Association of Northern California (HKANC) Bio: Kory began her career with HSBC in 2005 and held various positions throughout the career with HSBC Bank. Upon finishing the secondary school in Hong Kong, Kory continued her educational training in the United States. She graduated with a B.S. Degree from San Francisco State University, followed by a M.S. Degree from Golden Gate University - Harriet Leung Tax Partner Crowe LLP Bio: Harriet Leung is a partner in the tax group at Crowe. She specializes in advising on M&A transactions, financial due diligence, audit, and business advisory. Harriet has more than 21 years of experience providing assistance with restructuring international investment funds with operations in the U.S. that are owned and controlled in Asia.

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