Founder of Baiyan Global Consulting Ltd.
Executive Consultant for Kai Ping Culinary School
Vice Chairperson of WOB.tw Young Talent Division
Vice President of Barnard College of Columbia University Alumni Club in Taiwan
Words to live by
“That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.” –Friedrich Nietzsche
Sherry was born and raised in Taiwan. She moved to Australia with her family after 7th grade, and later traveled to New York city of United States for her bachelor’s degree. After college graduation, she continued to live and work in United States until the expiration of her work visa. She now resides in Taiwan with her family. Growing up in different countries has shaped her world view and motivated her to gain deeper understandings of different cultures and to promote intercultural competency. As part of her lifelong learning, she went back to school for an Executive master’s program in Change leadership in her mid-forties. The learning of the program inspired her to pivot once more in her career to become an executive coach for women leaders and to provide diversity and inclusion training and workshops.
Sherry joined Hal Riney & Partners in 1996 (later became Publicis & Hal Riney) as a media assistant and rose to media supervisor in seven years. In 2003, she returned to her home country and founded Byte-In Integrated Marketing to promote talents and products specifically in the hospitality industry. The main services include Marketing & Event Planning, Employer Brand Building, and Recruitment. The experience of recruiting talents led her to explore the idea of training and education. In 2015, she joined Kai Ping Culinary School to build the International Bridge Program. The program gained recognition from the local government and schools in Europe and United States. In 2018, Sherry was invited to be a regular guest writer for the Jenaplan Education Association in Holland.
- Columbia university Teachers College
Executive Master’s Program in Change Leadership
Applied Change Project topic: Short-Term Study Abroad Program and the Development of Intercultural Sensitivity in Taiwan’s Secondary School Students
- Barnard College of Columbia University
Psychology & Sociology double major
Thesis topic: Ethnographic Study of Asian Battered Women in America
Hogan Assessment Certification
MBTI Certification- pending
Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) certified -pending