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Grace Nieh

Client Relations Specialist

Boston, MA

Professional Experience

Meet Grace Nieh, our dedicated Client Relations Specialist. With a compelling mix of academic qualifications and varied professional experience, Grace is an invaluable member of our team.

Grace graduated from Northeastern University, College of Arts, Media and Design, Boston, MA, with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies. Her studies included coursework in Financial Accounting and International Business, providing a solid foundation for her current role. She was recognized as an International Leadership Foundation Young Ambassador and served as an Activity Officer in a prominent university association, showcasing her leadership skills and global perspective.

In her professional journey, Grace has demonstrated a strong aptitude for team management and strategy development. As a Campus Partner in a Boston-based consulting firm, she was responsible for recruiting, training, and leading a marketing internship team. In addition to this, she played a crucial role in the development and implementation of event proposals related to career consulting.

Prior to her role in Boston, Grace worked as a consultant and translator in Taiwan. These experiences honed her ability to engage with diverse clientele and fostered her passion for ensuring customer satisfaction. As a consultant, she showcased the value of an English program through promotional instructional modules and provided comprehensive assessment reports. Her role as a translator required meticulous attention to detail, translating educational documents and creating subtitles for lecture videos in both English and Mandarin.

As our Client Relations Specialist, Grace is often the first point of contact for our clients. She goes above and beyond to ensure our clients feel heard and supported, bringing her impressive language skills to the fore. Fluent in both English and Mandarin, she is able to effectively communicate with a diverse range of clients.

Professional Experience

School of Communication, Northeastern University, USA

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