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Mr. Nguyen Tien Duc, Chairman of Asian Management and Development Institute (AMDI, Vietnam). He received a Master Degree of Public Administration and Management from University of Hawaii, USA; a Bachelor Degree of Law- Hanoi University of Law; and a Bachelor Degree of Public Administration – National Academy of Public Administration. Mr. Nguyen Tien Duc is also the President of the Management Board and General Director of AMD GROUP. Mr. Duc’s expertise includes consulting and strategic management for partnerships, including Government agencies, enterprises, and corporations, and International non-governmental organizations. As a founding member of Asian Management and Development Institute (AMDI) and the AMD GROUP, with a decisive but flexible leading style, and effective coordination between local and international experts, Mr. Nguyen Tien Duc networks with more than 300 management experts. Mr. Duc expertise includes policy, market surveillance, management and implementation of ODA and FDI projects in Vietnam.
Dr. Melfried Olson, Professor of Mathematics Education, Curriculum Research & Development Group, College of Education, University of Hawaii. Dr. Melfried Olson and Dr. Judith Olson were co-principal investigators of four grants from the United States National Science Foundation: Formative Assessment in Networked Classrooms; The Role of Gender in Language Used by Children and Parents Working on Mathematical Tasks; Connecting the Past with the Future: Women in Mathematics and Science; and Implementing the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards in Geometry.
They have also been involved in numerous externally-funded professional development projects with teachers of grades K – 12 in several states throughout the USA. Two recent projects were Kapalama Algebra Readiness in the Elementary School and Developing Algebra Resources for Teaching.
Dr. Judith Olson is a senior mathematics education researcher at the Curriculum Research & Development Group, College of Education, University of Hawaii.
She received her doctorate in Mathematics Education from Oklahoma State University. Her professional career has involved working in both the department of mathematics and the college of education; providing a unique view on mathematics education research, curriculum, and professional development.
Dr. Olson’s primary profession is investigating formative assessment in mathematics classrooms through the use of networked technologies; the role of gender in mathematics teaching and learning in both formal and informal settings; and professional development for teachers of mathematics at all grade levels.
Dr. Ho Thanh My Phuong has been working as an instructor, a researcher, and an educational administrator at Higher Education level for over 20 years.
Dr. Ho Thanh My Phuong earned her Bachelor Degree of Arts in English Teaching from the University of Education in Ho Chi Minh City. She then earned a Master Degree of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) from the University of Canberra, Australia.
In 2000 she won a scholarship from the Ford Foundation International Fellowship Program and went to study at the University of Southern California, USA. From this university she earned her Master Degree of Science in Education in 2002, and a Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership and Management in August 2004.
She received a Doctoral Degree in Leadership and Management from Argosy University, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Master’s Degree in TESOL from University of Northern Iowa, and a Bachelor’s Degree in TESOL from Can Tho University, Can Tho, Vietnam.
Dr. Chau Thuy Tien has extensive experience in School Leadership Training, School Administration and Management Training, ESL/EFL Teacher Training, ICT Training, K12 Teacher Training, Soft Skill Training, and Corporation Training.