Faculty Standards and Tables Workshop

October 20, 2019 | Seoul, South Korea


Jason_HuangJason H. Huang, National Sun Yat-sen University, College of Management

Dr. Heh Jason Huang received his PhD from Washington State University in 1994. He is now a Professor Emeritus of Management at National Sun Yat-sen University (NSYSU), Taiwan. He was a visiting professor at UCLA and University of Bridgeport (2004), Zhejiang University, Hangzhou (2007), Tongji University, Shanghai (2010), SWUFE, Chengdu (2012), and DUFE, Dalian (2015). He had eight-year working experience at the International Commercial Bank of China.  From 1998-2002, he also joined the APEC Training and Certification Program, representing Chinese Taipei. He had participated PCMPCL Program at Harvard University (2008) and the Interpersonal Relational Lab at Vanderbilt University (2014). Dr. Huang had served as the dean of international affairs and the dean of College of Management at NSYSU. His work has been published in Human Resource Management Journal, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, Sun Yat-sen Management Review, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Personnel Review, Journal of Business Ethics, etc.

Liyan ChenLiyan Chen, Manager, Accreditation Services, AACSB International

Liyan Chen began working as a member service representative at AACSB in 2014, supporting 12 regions in the Asia Pacific region, performing various office duties, management reporting, and frontline roles. She has coordinated semi-annual Asia Pacific Advisory Council meetings, supported many of the Asia Pacific seminars and conferences, developed and executed Asia Pacific’s inaugural Best Practice Speaker Series event in Japan, and coordinated multiple school visits in the region. Chen currently serves as Manager of Accreditation Services at AACSB.


Amy MemonAmy Memon, AACSB International

Amy Memon is Manager of Accreditation Services (Asia Pacific) for AACSB. She has over a decade of experience working with AACSB’s member schools, and served as the association’s special advisor in India for six years.  Prior to her relocation to Mumbai, India, Amy was Manager of Research at AACSB's US headquarters, where she contributed to research reports, including The Globalization of Business Schools and Impact of Research: A Guide for Business Schools.  Amy also represented AACSB at the UN Global Compact to co-convene the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).  She began her career at AACSB developing and executing conferences and seminars across five continents.