Jean Chow
She/Her

Brief Bio

Jean is a Super Connector and connects the seemingly unconnected! She teaches “Hacking the Networking Code” at TRP. She holds: Diploma in Business & Accounting, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Digital Marketing Management Certificate and Marketing-Advanced Certificate from University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies. Since 2017 her experiential workshops and keynotes on networking, mentorship, and leadership have engaged several diverse audiences around the world. Her case study on “The Dream Network,” a highly diversified network of young professionals founded in 2018 by Jean, was published by CENGAGE Canada March 2021 in “Organizational Theory and Design” 4th Ed. by Professor Ann Armstrong, University of Toronto Rotman School of Management and Richard Daft. Jean has lived and worked in Zambia and Indonesia on international aid projects for Global Affairs and fluent in Bahasa Indonesia. Jean is the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her contribution as a volunteer mentor for young entrepreneurs. Research interests: The growing importance of networking in advancing careers among inter-generational women Jean is an avid athlete and is a former member of the Zambian Women’s International Squash team and have competed in East and Central Africa. She also enjoys running, reading, and rock climbing.