Joey Chao-Yu Chia

Vice President, Corporate Strategy at NTT

Joey Chao-Yu Chia has a strong and extensive work experience in the telecommunications industry. Joey Chao-Yu currently holds the position of Vice President of Corporate Strategy at NTT Ltd. In this role, they are responsible for overseeing strategic initiatives and goal attainment for the Americas entities.

Prior to this, Joey held various senior leadership roles at NTT Ltd., including Senior Director of Strategic Planning & Integration, Senior Director of Technical Services, and Senior Director of Service Provisioning. Joey Chao-Yu also served as a Director of Solution Development and a Senior Manager of Solution Engineering.

Joey began their career at NTT Ltd. as a Senior Network Operations Engineer and gradually advanced to more senior positions.

In addition to their work at NTT Ltd., Joey is a Founding Board Member of the Asian Creative Foundation.

Prior to joining NTT Ltd., Joey worked as a Senior NOC Engineer at Telemedia USA Inc, a Telecom Italia Company.

Overall, Joey Chao-Yu Chia has demonstrated significant expertise and leadership capabilities in the telecommunications industry, with a focus on strategic planning, solution development, and operational management.

Joey Chao-Yu Chia attended Stony Brook University from 1994 to 1999, where they obtained a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering. In addition to their formal education, Joey also acquired the Advanced Leadership Development Program certification from Headspring Executive Development in October 2023.



  • Vice President, Corporate Strategy

    July, 2023 - present

  • Senior Director Strategic Planning Integration

    December, 2019

  • Senior Director Technical Services

    April, 2019

  • Senior Director Service Provisioning

    February, 2016

  • Director Solution Development

    March, 2012

  • Senior Manager Solution Engineering

    April, 2011

  • Senior Technical Advisor Solution Development

    February, 2005

  • Senior Network Operations Engineer

    October, 2001

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