Michelle Nguyen

International Special Projects Coordinator

Michelle Nguyen is the International Special Projects Coordinator Coordinator at the Northern California-Sacramento Regional Center for International Trade Development. Ms. Nguyen responsibilities include the coordination of inbound/outbound trade missions, import/export seminars, exhibitions at international trade shows, and Statewide and International Projects. In addition, Ms. Nguyen works closely with stakeholders and partner organizations to facilitate programs throughout the State of California.

In addition to her role, Ms. Nguyen has recently resumed the responsibility of assisting with coordination of statewide projects – most notably the ongoing California State Trade Expansion Promotion (STEP). Ms. Nguyen has traveled to Bologna, Italy to assist and oversee the STEP Activity – Cosmoprof Worldwide 2016. Ms. Nguyen also assists with the coordination of outbound/inbound trade promotional activities, international delegations, and statewide trade activities.

Ms. Nguyen has undertook various marketing projects, in which she directed and assisted with the projects. Ms. Nguyen took the lead role in the e-book design, software management, and marketing director of the Global Careers Handbook: 2nd Edition: An International Jobs Resource Guide for California Students (available 2016). Most recently, she has become the marketing coordinator for the California Community College Chancellor’s Office Approved – Los Rios CCD Folsom Lake College Global Entrepreneurship / International Exporting Certificate of Achievement program.

Ms. Nguyen is currently a candidate for a Master’s of Business Administration with a concentration in International Business at California Southern University. Ms. Nguyen is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with an emphasis in International Relations and Political Theory. Ms. Nguyen focused her studies in the Middle East, researching international conflict, economic relations, and analyzed political solutions between governments.