Nhi has rich experience in business, manufacturing sectors and non-profit sector. She has worked for more than 16 years in community development projects including 4 years with UNICEF, 3 years with Asia Injury Prevention Foundation, 2 years with GIZ, and 7 years with Microsoft. She joined Microsoft Vietnam as Microsoft Philanthropies lead, working closely with corporate, external and legal affairs teams in planning and execution of Philanthropies’ programs in Vietnam and South East Asia which include digital skills and job for youths, technology for social impact, employee engagement with the aim of empowering young people and organizations to capture opportunities in digital economy focusing on underserved youths and girls. Nhi graduated from RMIT university (Melbourne, Australia) in 1999, Bachelor of Applied Science. She received the Master of Economics and International Project Management from Paris 12 Val de Marne University (France). She is fluent in Vietnamese and English.