From Europe to Asia, companies and countries are increasingly led by women. Yet while the world has changed, this rise is not without its challenges - some of which are universal, while others are unique to countries and societies.
Join EuroCham this event to listen to the experiences of three women leaders - from Vietnam and Europe - to hear their lessons learned, their common successes and challenges and how women leaders around the world can learn from each other. The event will be moderated by Mr. William Badger - Vice Chair of EuroCham HR & Training Sector Committee.
Ms. Van Dang graduated from the University of Sydney majoring in Computer Science and Technology. She is a Founder and CEO of Savvycom, one of the top 30 Global Mobile App Developers in 2017 by Clutch. Van is a passionate woman entrepreneur who believes in a beautiful life enabled by education and technology. Being a speaker at TEDx 2017 as Women Entrepreneur in Tech and being featured in Top 15 Global Leaders to Watch 2017 of Forbes, Van is a great inspirational force for tech-savvy women leaders. Beside Savvycom, Van plays as a mentor at Cherie Blair Foundation to support and empower more women in business. Her dedication is awarded the title of ASEAN Women Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017 by ASEAN Business Advisory Council and still inspires many people.
Ms. Anke Van
Deputy Head of Mission at Embassy of Belgium
Ms. Anke Van Lancker has been living in Vietnam for 4 years and is currently serving as the Deputy Head of Mission of the Embassy of Belgium. She was posted in China before and has been a Civil Servant at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 2006. She worked at the European Parliament before that and studied languages & economics. She is the proud mum of two daughters and has been engaged in female empowerment since the age of 16.
Chief Representative at Uppsala University, Vietnam
Anna-Klara Lindeborg is since 2017 working as Chief representative for Uppsala University’s Regional office in Hanoi, Vietnam. Uppsala University has since 2014 a regional representative office in Hanoi, with the aim to strengthen collaboration within higher education and research, as well as to assist and coordinate other Swedish Universities in Vietnam. Prior to that Anna-Klara was working as a project manager at the Division of Quality Enhancement at Uppsala University and also coordinated and evaluated different projects related to internationalization in higher education and research. Anna-Klara has also hold the position as a researcher and lecturer at the department of Social and Economic Geography. Anna-Klara completed her PhD thesis in October 2012 at the same department, Uppsala University with the title Where Gendered Spaces Bend: the Rubber Phenomenon in Northern Laos.