Jieh-Yung Lo – Director of the Centre for Asian Australian Leadership at ANU & Personal Backstory (Part 1) | Ep. 24
November 06, 2022
Level: Asian Podcast
We sit down with Jieh-Yung Lo, the founding Director of the Centre for Asian-Australian Leadership at the Australian National University. He’s an experienced advocate, innovator and changemaker, focusing on advancing ethnic and cultural diversity in Australia and in particular, addressing the ‘bamboo ceiling’ and elevating emerging Asian-Australian leaders to the public sphere.
In Part 1 of our episode with Jieh-Yung Lo, we hear his extensive backstory – taking it all the way back to childhood, and we even hear stories from his schooling days as a ‘B-sian’ student.
Jieh-Yung’s Thoughts on 40Under40 Awards 2022
What is the 40Under40 Awards?
Celebrating the Asian-Australian Identity
Jieh-Yung’s Childhood Upbringing
Experiences being a ‘Bsian’ Student
Diplomat Aspirations & JYL’s Career Highlights
The Importance of Introspection as Asian-Australians
The Future of Asian-Australians
JYL’s Family & Wife’s Thoughts on His Mission with CAAL
What JYL’s Excited for in the Future
JYL’s Words of Wisdom for the Younger Generation
The Meaning Behind JYL’s Name