Hong Anh conducts research and analysis on public policy issues and monitors developments in the finance and banking sectors.
Prior to joining BGA, Hong Anh worked as a policy and research intern for the U.S.-ASEAN Business Council in Washington, D.C., where she researched national and regional economic policy issues in ASEAN countries. After finishing her education in the United States, she returned to Vietnam to work for the U.S.-ASEAN Business Council as a project coordinator. She worked with a team doing research and helped organize several high level delegations.
Hong Anh spent five years studying and living in Bangkok, Thailand, prior pursuing higher education in the United States. While in university, she participated in an exchange program in Shanghai, China, where she worked as a marketing intern at a foreign-owned magazine. She helped monitor marketing activities on Chinese social media and conducted research on the media market and consumer behavior for the company’s future expansion.
Hong Anh received a full scholarship for a bachelor’s degree in international business and marketing at North Central College in Chicago. Later, she earned certification in digital marketing from Baruch College in New York.