Mai Trinh

Executive Assistant

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Diligent. Driven. Friendly.#

Mai Trinh is the Executive Assistant to Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell, Director of the School of Cybernetics.

Mai received two Master’s degrees – one in public administration from the Crawford School at the Australian National University and one in international economic relations from Ha Noi Foreign Trade University.

Mai has more than five years of experience as an EA in Australia, including over four years as Bureau Chief and EA to Ambassadors of Israel to Australia. In this position, Mai coordinated numerous high-level meetings from the Prime Minister downwards, travelling, visits and events in coordination with AFP. She also worked for the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Vietnam for more than 11 years as a policy advisor and a group leader and engaged in bilateral and multilateral negotiations in different countries on behalf of the Vietnamese government. Additionally, Mai worked as a project coordinator for an Italian project and a project consultant for a European project in Vietnam. She was Head of a trades news group of the Vietnamese National Trade Information Centre when I graduated from Ha Noi Foreign Trade University in 2002.

Mai is passionate about fashion, modelling and a healthy life. She enjoys helping others to make life easier and better.

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