Quan supports client engagement and conducts research for clients working in markets across the Asia-Pacific. He maintains a bank of knowledge on corporate priorities and business exigencies and helps to leverage that into successful outcomes for BGA clients.
Quan first joined BGA in 2014 as a research intern. In this role, he utilized his knowledge of Asian economies to provide research support relating to regulations, international trade and business intelligence in Asia. After his internship ended, he became special assistant to the president & CEO, managing his schedule and travel and driving special projects with internal and external stakeholders for the company. He later served as the research director for Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific before transitioning to his current role.
Quan previously served as a researcher for the Furman Group, spearheading the development of new projects in the renewable energy industry in Southeast Asia and China. Quan also worked as a human rights assessor with NomoGaia, a nonprofit policy organization working to promote corporate social responsibility in countries affected by capital projects.
Quan graduated from Dickinson College in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in economics and subsequently earned his master’s degree in international economic relations from American University in 2014.