Joe is a 2nd year MBA student mainly pursuing human resources at Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland. He was previously a human resources and fossil fuel coordinator at The Kansai Electric Power Company, the second biggest electricity producing and supplying company in Japan. Joe has experience in engineer recruiting, talent management. As a recruiter, Joe recruited 306 prospective engineers in two years and assigned them 75 offices. He also managed 400 employees in one of the biggest front offices in the company, and helped them maintain and raise their motivations. As a fossil fuel coordinator, he was in charge of managing three subsidiaries established in Perth, Australia, helped Kansai and its subsidiaries advance Ichthys LNG Project. His internship was in US Lacrosse, overseeing the successful organizational structure and business model that can be applied to Japanese businesses.Joe brings a diverse and international perspective to SEA.
Daniel Ford, President
Muhammad Khan is a second-year MBA student at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Prior to joining the MBA program, Muhammad worked within the financial industry as a technology analyst. He is currently focusing on General Management & Strategy in the MBA program, and worked as an Associate at the Deloitte Consulting LLP for summer internship.
Sunghoon Huh is a second-year MBA student concentrating Marketing and Strategy. Before coming to Smith, Sunghoon worked for Samsung for five years in content marketing and service planning. He managed Smart TV for US, Latin America, South East Asia, and Oceania region working with various content providers. He holds a B.A in International Commerce which makes him interested in global business and energy industry. He loves the Winter and enjoys skiing very much.