Who are the community leaders at Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam?
They are some of our most active individuals, carefully selected from the AHA network, each was appointed to represent an alumni group of one Australian hospitality institution. They were on your seats not so long ago and working their ways to become the industry experts. They are friendly, easy to approach because we know some of you could be a little shy to ask for help. Feel free to reach out for them, you might need them more than you ever know!
Meet our Community Leaders
Mr Huy T. Dao (David)
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam is pleased to introduce Mr David Dao to join our network as a Community Leader and a successful Australian hospitality alumnus from the Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School, Australia. David is currently the Talent Acquisition Supervisor at Premier Village Phu Quoc, managed by Accor.
“I got rejected more than 30 times from one industry placement, but giving up was not an option!”. After the completed his first year of studies at the hotel school, David struggled to find an Industry Placement, he applied for more than 30 opportunities and got rejected one after another. Find out more about David’s unique journey from HERE.
Miss Huynh Thu Thuy (Rainna)
Meet our Community Leader: Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam is pleased to welcome Huynh Thu Thuy (Rainna) to join our team of Community Leaders. Thu Thuy is currently the Talent & Culture Administrative Assistant at Hoiana Hotels managed by Rosewood Hotel Group and and an active member of the AHA Vietnam in Central Vietnam.
“Do something today, so your future self will thank you for” – Sean Patrick Flanery
Graduated with an Australian Qualification – Advance Diploma in Hospitality Management at Pegasus International College, Thuy was referred as one of the most outstanding students of her own intake. Read full article HERE.
Mr Duong Nguyen (Alex)
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam) is pleased to welcome Nguyen The Dai Duong (Alex) as our newest community leader. Alex graduated with a Master’s Degree in International Hotel Management from Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School and a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from RMIT University. Moving back to Vietnam after graduation, Alex is currently the Front Office Supervisor at Intercontinental Saigon and ready to support other hospitality alumni to build their career in Vietnam.
Sharing about the reason for choosing Hospitality industry, Alex said: “The feeling of working in the industry helped me discover my missing piece. For me, that is kindness. Witnessing and delivering kind and genuine human interaction is much more beautiful to me than an office life sitting in front of a computer screen.” Read full article HERE
Ms Chi Le (Jane)
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam) is pleased to welcome Chi Le (Jane) as our newest community leader. Chi graduated with an Advanced Diploma Degree of Hospitality Management at William Angliss Institute, Australia. Moving back to Vietnam after graduation, Chi is currently the Food and Beverage Manager at Q Industries Vietnam and continuously contributes to a hospitality industry community in Vietnam.
Chi returns to Vietnam with the desire to use what she has learned and experienced to help her hometown have a better Tourism and Hospitality industry, as well as help young people with the same passion for the Hospitality industry have more development opportunities. Read full article HERE
Ms An Nguyen
Australian Hospitality Alumni Network Vietnam (AHA Vietnam) is pleased to welcome Nguyen Nhat An as our newest community leader. An graduated with the Bachelor of Hospitality Management at ICMS (International College of Management Sydney).
She is the former Food and Beverage attendant of The Deck Saigon. Currently, Nhat An is continuing to pursue her passion for the Food and Beverage industry, by studying a chef course at Le Cordon Bleu, Australia. Let’s hear Nhat An’s sharing about Hospitality industry and her learning process HERE
Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.
Marian Wright Edelman
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