Meet our staff: the hardworking Ms. Hiệp Hoàng


Ms. Hiệp Hoàng was drawn to REACH by its reputation and a desire to help the organisation develop.

She is a multi skilled member of staff not only teaching the sales and marketing course at REACH but also acting as the project coordinator for the Step Up program that aims to find employment for people who are visually impaired.

It is a big task, but Ms. Hiệp has more behind her than a vast wealth of experience.

"[At REACH] I have many opportunities to support students in difficult circumstances,” she says when asked what she likes most about working for REACH. It’s her passion and it’s with this passion that she has managed to execute an amazing program for Hanoi’s visually impaired.

Her efforts running the Step Up program have been herculean. Most recently they culminated with a dance recital held at Hoàn Kiếm Lake in mid-May. It’s a project she has been running for almost two years and that has boasted almost 60 students.

So what is her secret to success?

“Be persistent, hardworking and always help others if they need it. Oh, and be respectful,” she says.

Ms. Hiệp, however, is very humble and though her contributions at REACH are great she enjoys the simple things in life.

“Happiness is waking up every morning, and finding yourself alive,” she says and to Hiệp that is entirely enough.

The sales and marketing course at REACH was one of the first courses offered. Still running to this day the content has been updated and it has become one of the highest quality sales and marketing courses on offer. It has also seen over 500 underprivileged youth graduate!

If you’re currently looking to establish a career in the sales and marketing industry, and think Ms. Hiệp might be the teacher for you, take a look at our application criteria to see if you are eligible.

You can also help Ms. Hiệp teach sales and marketing to even more disadvantaged Vietnamese youth by making a donation to our Global Giving campaign here:

No matter the size of your contribution: Every little bit counts!

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