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The Chicago Booth Executive MBA Program attracts accomplished leaders from diverse industries across the globe each year.

In Hong Kong, we’ve partnered with the Hong Kong Jockey Club to help nurture and support NGO leaders through the HKJC Chicago Booth Executive MBA Scholarship. Meet our Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship winners.

Zoe Chan

Zoe Chan has dedicated her work to providing high-quality mental health services for people who experience mental illness. As the manager of a leading nongovernmental mental health organization, Chan knew that she wanted to develop new frameworks to help her lead and decided to pursue an Executive MBA to help address the expanding demands in Hong Kong. “The pandemic has completely altered our lives and posed unique challenges in the social service sector. I want new tools to help me work on behalf of those who suffer from mental illness, especially during this ‘new normal.’”

Chicago Booth EMBA student and HKJC Scholarship winner Daniel Chu

Daniel Chu is the director of a fast-growing social services agency in Hong Kong. He decided to pursue an Executive MBA with Chicago Booth because he wanted to immediately apply what he learns in class and the frameworks of the Chicago Approach to how he leads his agency. “I appreciate that I am gaining new tools and insights. This new knowledge has already helped me to see my work from a new perspective.”

Flora Chu

Senior Manager, Recruitment and Admissions

Flora Chu is responsible for admissions, marketing, and recruitment for Chicago Booth’s Executive MBA Program Asia.

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