DateApril 23, 2018 (Monday)
Time12:45 - 14:00
SpeakerDr. Sabrina Lin, VPIA
ModeratorMs. Diana Chan, University Librarian
VenueLibrary LG4 Multi-function Room


About the Talk

Making choices in life has not been easy. When you choose one, you may need to give up another, whether they are personal or professional choices. How do you balance family and work life? Could you aim for career advancement without sacrificing personal and family commitments? Dr Sabrina Lin, the Vice-President for Institutional Advancement, is constantly making choices in her life. With four children, she has still been very active in her IT career. Using her personal choices throughout her tertiary education in Stanford and professional life as examples, Sabrina will share her thoughts on making choices in personal and professional life. She will share some of her tools in making choices, suitable for people in different stages of life. Please bring your general or personal challenges into this discussion.

Making Choice in Personal and Professional Life

About the Speaker

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Dr Sabrina Lin is the Vice-President for Institutional Advancement at HKUST. Born in Hong Kong, much of her career has been in the US for Hewlett-Packard, along with two Silicon Valley start-ups. She had also taught at HKUST’s Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management from 2010-2016. Before joining HKUST as VPIA, she was the Corporate Vice President, Commercial Business for Greater China at Cisco Systems. She was nominated as one of Forbes China’s Top 50 Business Women for 2017.


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