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Leslie Chin

Adjunct Professor

Adjunct Professor Leslie Chin teaches interpersonal dynamics and skills at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and USF School of Law through facilitating small groups and coaching students real-time. She has been a coach for the following MBA and executive education courses: Advanced Interpersonal Dynamics, High Performance Leadership, Global Trip Leadership, and the Advanced Leadership Program for Asian-American Executives. She designed and co-teaches an introductory course on social skills at UC Berkeley School of Law. In addition to small group facilitation, she conducts 150-person retreats at top-tier colleges on topics of social change and justice.

Chin managed a variety of human services for 15 years. She founded and ran a $10 million regional office and launched a European office for the nation’s largest work-life balance consulting and services firm. She managed human resources for Citibank’s National Customer Services Division, including succession planning, staff relations, and management development. She set-up and managed out-processing and transit operations for Cuban refugees arriving on the 1980 Mariel boat lift and Southeast Asian political refugees immigrating to the U.S. after the Vietnam War.

Education
  • BS, Stanford University
  • MBA, Stanford University
  • MA, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology
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