My-Linh Kunst is a university lecturer, leadership coach for women, civic leader, photographer and activist for human rights for women.
A Berlin-based Vietnamese-American, My-Linh received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Virginia, an MBA from the Wharton School, and studied Person-centered counseling in London.
She spent nearly two decades in management consulting, with her last post as Managing Director of a German consulting firm. She then worked in non-profits, culminating in her two-term Presidency of FAWCO, a United Nations accredited NGO with ECOSOC consultative status. She is now an Adjunct Professor at SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences.
Parallel to her business career, My-Linh is a published and exhibited portrait photographer since 2006. Her first book and exhibit Beyond Borders (ISBN: 978-3-00-023990-8) featured inspiring migrant women making a difference in their adopted community and her newly-published book and exhibit Hope is a Thing of Feathers (ISBN: 978-3-00-054267-1) portrays human trafficking survivors and change makers. Her photography has been exhibited in Berlin, Paris, The Hague and Seoul.
My-Linh is passionate about women having the confidence and courage to take control of their own path. She coaches and supports women in their quest for advancement and fulfillment.
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