A2ELP: empowering the next generation

13 April 2017

Ms Emme Dao Lan Huong is the co-founder of TEKY is the first STEAM Academy focusing on education of Science — Technology — Engineering — Art — Mathematics in Vietnam for children from 6 to 18 years old. TEKY’s mission is to empower Vietnamese children and students for a rapidly evolving workforce, better shaping their future careers as techno-preneurs.

Emme is one of 15 A2ELP participants chosen from 600 applicants from 10 ASEAN countries and Australia. Participants were founders of their own social enterprises that address poverty, health, education, technology and environmental degradation. Minister Bishop congratulated all participants for their selection in the program.  A2ELP will contribute to further enhancing Australia’s relationships with the countries of South-East Asia.

For further details on A2ELP see: The Australia-ASEAN Emerging Leaders Program (A2ELP)

For biographies on A2ELP participants and further information from Asialink: Asialink: Australia-ASEAN Emerging Leaders Program

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Official opening of TEKY on 26 March 2017, with Co-founders including Ms Emme Dao Lan Huong (second from left), and Mr Jeff Roach, Charge D’Affaires, Australian Embassy, Hanoi. Photo credit: TEKY Centre, Hanoi.
Last Updated: 13 April 2017