Mi Tran is the National Platform Liaison for Partnering for Green Growth and the Global Goals 2030 (P4G) in Vietnam. Her main role is to liaise and develop relationships with Co-chairs and key stakeholders; to promote P4G’s support among related public and private communities; to support the selection, management and acceleration of partnerships in Vietnam.
Before to joining P4G, Mi Tran had more than 10 years of experience in trade promotion and private sector development, working at different Chambers of Commerce and USAID international development projects in Vietnam such as Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, British Chamber of Commerce Vietnam, USAID Linkages for Small and Medium Enterprises Project, USAID Mekong Sustainable Manufacturing Alliance and USAID Reducing Pollution. Along with her role at P4G, Mi is also Vietnam In-Country Community Manager of Open Supply Hub – the world’s unique free and open supply chain data platform which helps locate manufacturers globally and the ecosystem around them.
Mi Tran holds an MA Globalisation, Business and Development from Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex with a British Government’s Chevening Award; a Master’s in Public Management from Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Universite’ Libre de Bruxelles; a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Ha Noi University. Mi is taking an MSc Global Supply Chain Management (Online) from Sussex Business School, University of Sussex.
Mi Tran lives in Ha Noi. She speaks Vietnamese and English. Her strong focuses and interests are private sector development, industrial development, sustainable manufacturing and supply chains.