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Ivey Asia’s Class of 2014 share highlights of the program

  • May 29, 2014
Ivey Asia’s Class of 2014 share highlights of the program

Thomas Tong, EMBA ’14, started as a hotelier at age 19 with little formal management education and wanted to gain the knowledge and skills that would make him a more effective manager.

Gabriela Koehli, EMBA ’14, had been promoted at Bayer Taiwan to CEO and wanted to hone her decision-making skills.

The diverse careers and experiences of eight students in Ivey Asia’s EMBA Class of 2014 are featured in the South China Morning Post and the Hong Kong Economic Journal. Four Ivey Asia EMBA graduates, Simon Heaton, Thomas Tong, Christina Lopez, and Gabriela Koehli, were profiled in the May 25 edition of the South China Morning Post. An additional four graduates, Bobby Liu, Morris Mak, Peter Dingle and Amy Wong, were profiled in the May 26 edition of the Hong Kong Economic Journal. The articles explore their inspiration from the program and what’s next for them. It also features Ivey Asia Dean Jan De Silva discussing the impact of the EMBAs’ inaugural Silicon Valley trip and scholarships for women taking the EMBA.

The May 25 edition of the South China Morning Post and the May 26 edition of the Hong Kong Economic Journal also feature the entire Hong Kong EMBA Class of 2014.