Sun-Yat Sen Univeristy 中山大学 Guangzhou, China
Master of Arts – International Business Feb. 2009

University of Florida – Warrington College of Business佛罗里达大学 Gainesville, FL
Master of Arts – International Business June 2008

University of Florida
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration May 2008
Major in Finance with a Minor in Entrepreneurship
Grade Point Average: 3.6

President, Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity November 2008 – November 2009
• Developed and managed a $400,000 budget by analyzing past financial statements and data
• Lead weekly meetings with 130 members
• Established and coordinated a philanthropy, which raised and donated $10,000 to the Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Disease and Pediatric Aids
• Handled administrative duties with the University and the Interfraternity Council
• Created risk management and emergency protocol
• Coordinated social events with alumni, parents, and sororities

Tutor, English and Mathematics December 2008 – June 2008
• Taught 10-14 year old children English and Mathematics twice a week in the United States
• Prepared lesson plans for 6 months
• Worked with other teachers to determine learning progress
• Assigned and reviewed out of class homework
• Helped older students prepare for the SAT and PSAT

Intern, Regent Bank June 2007 – August 2007 June 2006 – August 2006
• Created financial and marketing reports for the Board of Directors
• Assisted President of company in new product development and board meetings
• Generated market segment reports for the marketing team to determine the best allocation of resources
• Used existing databases to create the bank’s ideal method in determining customer profitability
• Developed an e-learning platform for employees, with courses designed to enhance banking knowledge

Treasurer, Tau Epsilon Phi August 2006 – Nov. 2007
• Created Pro forma budgets and accounts receivable and payable statements
• Responsible for collecting dues and resolving financial problems for all active members
• Worked daily with the accountant handling bills and accounting and banking issues
• Maintained the check book and general finances of the fraternity
• Attended Executive Board and Housing Corp meetings, discussing current and future financial status, necessary structural improvements, and other general fraternity concerns