Both a Social and Professional Club.
What I love about CVC is that it gave me a focus other than hospitality. Since joining CVC, I have been able to explore my interest in tech and entrepreneurship and connect with top talents in the VC industry. CVC has a great balance of both professional and social experiences. My favorite memory was going on picnic with CVC members after my Python final exam.
Ivy is a sophomore Hotelie from Hong Kong with a minor in Real Estate. She joined CVC in her freshman spring and has worked on projects with BVP and Sierra Ventures. Outside of CVC, Ivy is involved with MCSA and HEC. Ivy also works at the Front Office of the Statler Hotel on campus. In her free time, Ivy enjoys travelling, food hunting (classic Hotelie things), and fashion.
Hotel Administration '21, minor in Real Estate
BVP, Sierra Ventures
My current career interest lies in hospitality and real estate. I interned for Fushion Fund, a VC firm based in Palo Alto, last winter, where I worked on due diligence projects in the health tech space. Last summer, I worked for a real estate company where I was staffed in their newly established hotel development team. I collaborated on feasibility studies and positioning reports for boutique hotels in the development and planning phase. On campus, I gained operation experience through working at the Statler Hotel. I am also the co-founder of an education tech company called Innoedu.
I enjoy spending time and money on anything food or fashion related, as well as travelling to new and exciting places.