Andy Chan

Vice President of Innovation and Career Development at Wake Forest University

Andy Chan is the Vice President of Innovation and Career Development at Wake Forest University. Andy has held this position since August 2009. Prior to that, they were the Vice President for Personal & Career Development at Wake Forest University from January 2001 to December 2009. In this role, they were responsible for overseeing the Office of Personal and Career Development, coordinating strategic innovation initiatives, and liaisoning with the Board of Trustee's Innovation Committee.

Chan has also worked as the Assistant Dean and Director of the MBA Career Management Center at Stanford Graduate School of Business. In this role, they managed a team of 14 people and a $2 million budget to deliver career education, advising, marketing, and recruiting services to 800 business school and executive education students and many alumni each year. Andy is also a lecturer who has taught over 30 career education workshops to thousands of students and alumni each year.

Chan has been instrumental in developing relationships and partnerships with top tier business schools to improve recruiting practices and increase job and internship opportunities with global employers. Andy is committed to helping students and alumni reach their full potential by providing them with the resources and support they need to succeed in their careers.

Andy Chan has a MBA in marketing and entrepreneurship from Stanford University Graduate School of Business as well as a BA in political science from Stanford University. Andy also has a certification from EverTrue Presents: Advancement's Top Mentors in Advancement Top Mentor.

Andy Chan reports to Susan R. Wente, President. They work with Dwayne Godwin - Dean, Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences, Jonathan L. Walton - Dean, Divinity School, and Tim Pyatt - Dean, Z. Smith Reynolds Library.

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