michelle lee - Stanford University

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MICHELLE LEE
592 Alvarado Row, Stanford CA 94305
[email protected] | 713-598-6753
EDUCATION
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
B.S. in Chemical Engineering expected 2015
GPA: 3.87/4.00
Course work: Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Computer Science, Process Modeling, Chemistry
St. Paul’s School, Concord, NH
Graduated 2010, Summa Cum Laude with most distinguished record in science from graduating class
WORK EXPERIENCE
Adviser, Pebbo , Stanford, CA (9/12-Present)
• Develop quarterly high-level strategic directions with advisory board and management team
Founding Member & Innovator, Pebbo, Taipei, Taiwan (9/11-09/12)
• Led teams of 3-4 on design strategy, marketing, branding projects for multinational corporations,
startups, and non-profits
• Managed up to 15 company-wide accounts and developed business across multiple sectors (e.g.
airline, banking, chemical industry), bringing in 70% new projects
• Evolved business model and strategies, oversaw breaking even in under one year
Course Teaching Assistant, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford, CA (9/12-10/12)
• TA for GSBGEN 520: Frinky Science of the Mind
• Provided logistical, course, and IT support for classes of 60 students
Summer Research Assistant, Academia Sinica Research Institute, Taipei, Taiwan (6/11-9/11)
• Designed microfluidic chips to optimize the capturing of circulating cancer cells
PROJECTS
Electric Go-Kart Team Founder & Project Lead (1/14-Present)
• Applied for and received Build Tech Grant of $1500 to design and build an electric go-kart whose
steering and motors are controllable from an iPhone app
• Leading 15 members in the mechanical, electrical, and software teams
• Designing the steering, powertrain, chassis, customized battery pack, and electrical system (with the
Arduino as micro-controller)
Design Leadership in Context Class: Capital One Project Lead (1/13-3/13)
• With partner, led a team of four full-time employees at Capital One for ten weeks to create new
innovative financial services
Hengshan Human-Centered Design Guidebook Project Lead (8/11-9/11)
• Wrote, edited, and published a human-centered design toolkit in Chinese with a team of 5, based on
experiences of leading a rural revitalization project in Hengshan, Taiwan
• Guidebook published under Creative Commons, now used as curriculum in Taiwanese universities
• Received funding from grant given by the Service Science Society of Taiwan
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
• Has given lectures on Lean Startup, Design Thinking, and Agile Product Management at Stanford
University, National Tsinghua University, Innovation Works, and Cathay Pacific
• Teaching Assistant for Harvard International Negotiation 2013 workshop in Taipei, Taiwan
• Alumni Secretary of Alpha Chi Sigma, a co-ed professional chemistry Fraternity
• Co-authored “Anemia in Rural China's Elementary Schools: Prevalence and Correlates in Shaanxi
Province's Poor Counties” published in Ecology of Food and Nutrition in Sept, 2010
• Volunteers with Flaming Lotus Girls, a Bay-Area group that builds giant metal fire sculptures
SKILLS
Languages: English (native), Chinese (native)
Software: Solidworks, Adobe Suite, Microsoft Suite
Programming: C++, JAVA, C, Matlab
Manufacturing: Mill, Laser Cutter, Welding
INTERESTS
Mechatronics projects, tinkering, design, Roman history, hiking, biking, cooking for 40+ people
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