UNC Asian Business Association
Mission | Leadership Team | Membership Benefits | Major Events
The Asian Business Association is dedicated to promoting an interest and understanding of Asian business and culture within UNC Kenan-Flagler.
Hubert Paul - President
Internship: Deloitte Consulting
Hubert Paul is originally from Colorado and New Jersey and earned his BA in Economics at Rutgers University. He has spent his professional career in New York City in the financial services industry and was an active member in the Taiwanese American community. At Kenan-Flagler, Hubert is pursuing concentrations in Management Consulting and Finance. In his free time, Hubert enjoys dogs, the Denver Broncos, skiing, and golf (in no particular order).
Ryan Chung - VP of External Relations
Internship: Bayer Consumer Care
Ryan Chung is originally from Philadelphia, but earned his bachelor’s degree from Boston University. While working in advertising, he helped start a non-profit soccer camp aimed to improve immigrant relations in the diverse Cambridge community. At Kenan-Flagler, Ryan is pursuing concentrations in Marketing and Sustainable Enterprise. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys competing in extreme sports such as ping pong and video gaming.
Sabrina Pang - VP of Communications
Internship: The Clorox Company
Sabrina Pang is originally from Philadelphia and earned her bachelor’s degree from Temple University. While working in New York City in advertising, Sabrina was the co-chair for The New York Times Asian Heritage Network. At Kenan-Flagler, Sabrina is pursuing a concentration in Marketing. In her spare time, Sabrina likes to travel and have fun with friends.
The club focuses on fostering a sense of community among its members through professional, social and cultural activities and provides support for students from any background who have an interest in Asian business in the U.S. or abroad.
- Welcome BBQ
- Networking reception with Duke Fuqua Asian Business Club
- Panel Discussion with Asian Leaders in Business
- "Launch into Asia" (A 3-part series about launching into Asian markets with professionals & faculty. Each session will cover a different country)
- Asian Game Night
- Lunar New Year Dinner
- Graduate School Mixer
- Coffee for 8 (Q&A with Asian and Asian-American alumni in the Triangle)