Minh-Ha Nguyen, based in New York, is active in the Consumer Practice and the Digital segment of the firm’s Technology and Communications Practice. She advises clients in the digital, retail and e-commerce, and media and entertainment sectors on how to best implement digital transformation. She is a former business leader with experience in emerging markets, especially China.
Working with digital disrupters in the United States and China, I’ve seen interconnectivity grow between the tech giants in both countries. I enjoy connecting the dots to understand where the industry is going and shaping the future from a talent perspective.
Prior to joining Egon Zehnder, Minh-Ha was Chief Marketing Officer of Migo Corporation, a big data SaaS software company. Previously, she was Vice President and General Manager of E-Commerce and Financial Services for Walmart, where she launched Walmart’s e-commerce business in China from the ground up and managed the financial services business. At American Express in New York, Minh-Ha was the Director of Global Digital Strategy and a Product Manager running the company’s largest consumer credit card portfolio. At HBO, she managed HBO’s e-commerce business and helped launch the company’s first digital on-demand video platform. At eBay, she managed the collectibles business, eBay’s largest product category.
Minh-Ha has a BA from Duke University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. She received a Fulbright Scholarship to Taiwan, where she conducted and published research on the changing media landscape in Greater China. She is also the Consumer Sector Leader for the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of New York. Minh-Ha enjoys mentoring young people so they can reach their potential, and she is also passionate about leadership development for young women. When not working, she enjoys international travel and watching her son play ice hockey.