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Visiting Professor

Edica Lin brought more than 20 years of extensive experience in global organizations. Prior to her current role as HR Leader, Growth Markets in Mercer, was Chief of Staff to CEO of Analog Devices Inc. where she spent more than four years in Shanghai China, Tokyo, Japan and Boston, MA. has spent 10 years of her career in IBM for various leadership positions in HR in Japan, China and the U.S. Prior to IBM, also served in Mercer Japan as a talent consultant and Japan Airlines as a flight attendant as well as the lead collective bargaining representative of the airlines union. In her career, focus on using innovative people and organization solutions to solve business challenges. She has a strong ability to manage changes and complexity with a high degree of confidence, flexibility and cultural awareness.

Specialized Field

Employment Laws, Leadership Development, Organization Design and Diagnosis, Change Management

Academic Background

Master of Laws University of Tokyo

Research Papers

“Disparate Impact on Gender Based Wage Discrimination: A Comparison of US and UK” in Tokyo University’s Legal Journal

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