Nhung (Michelle) Le ’16
Albright Fellow 2016

Nhung (Michelle) Le
Nhung Le is a senior double majoring in Economics and Mathematics.

Interested in economic development, Nhung works as a research assistant at Harvard University, investigating the divergence in economic prosperities between the North and South Vietnam. A driven explorer, Nhung have been to China, India, UK, and US to help enterprises solve their business problems using technology. In the summer 2014, Nhung worked as a business strategy intern at Abbott, India, where she built and implemented an Excel model to distribute sales target to more than 2,000 sales representatives fairly and transparently. To further explore the potential of technology in solving business problems, Nhung joined Ernst & Young in New York as a technology advisory intern. Nhung spent her junior spring in Cambridge University, UK, where she enjoyed hiding in a library, punting on the Cam River, and wandering in museums and old corners of seven European countries. After graduation, Nhung will work as a consultant, and further explore her interest in International Trade.