Three words that describe me:
- Helpful: I enjoy helping others.
- Strong: I raised two children on my own. My son is an engineer, and my daughter is a marketing professional.
- Dog lover: “Teddy” is my ten-year old fur baby.
Stanford. Beautiful campus, nearby shopping, smart students and faculty. You can also walk your dog, on leash, to The Dish.
Special moment in my career:
The professional financial training I received as a mortgage loan processor.
If you were 16 years old again, what would you do differently?
In China, students are taught to obey their parents and teachers. If I were to something differently, I would be more rebellious, like my daughter was.
Describe your ideal student:
Someone who listens, does their work, but thinks for themselves.
Tina Ye, Office Manager
Tina has more than ten years of experience in the banking profession, where she provided excellent customer service, handled financial transactions, and as a mortgage loan processor and underwriter, interfaced with multiple stakeholders. She raised two children on her own, and writes her own blog. She is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Nanjing University, B.A. in Chinese Literature and History