Le Thi Thanh Nga
Good Governance theme Manager
Le Thi Thanh Nga joined CDI since May 2015 with over 10 years experience working in the array of topics related to good gorvernance at State and local levels. She has participated in the researches, surveys and buildings of development projects related to issues such as macroeconomic, financial and state budget, employment strategy, livelihood development in communities, forest land management, disaster response management. She has worked in the offices of Government and Parliament as the Ministry of Planning and Investment, Finance and Budget Committee of Parliament. She also has experience working in development projects and non-governmental organizations such as the International Labour Organization (ILO), CIRUM organization, Care International in Vietnam, Disaster Mitigation Partnership. She holds a Bachelor of Investing Economics by the National Economics University; also has a Master in Economics and Management from the University Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium and National Economics University (partnership program) and a Master of Development Policy and Management from the School of Public Policy at the University of Management and Public Policy, Korean Development Institute (KDI), Korea.
Nguyen Thanh Hien
Project-Finance Officer (Good Governance theme)
Nguyen Thanh Hien has joined the Center for Development and Integration (CDI) since 2014. She has graduated as a Bachelor in Finance and Banking from Banking Academy of Vietnam in 2011. She’s also got a Master Degree in Finance and Accounting of Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Rotterdam, the Netherlands in 2013. International experience is expected to provide her with knowledge and skills to contribute to the development of CDI’s Finance and Administration Department as well as the whole organization in the future.
Kim Thu Ha
Labour Rights theme Manager
With sound understanding of development issues related to poverty, Education Rights and Women’s rights, Ha has over 6 years of experience in Project Management for international NGO and government’s project, including program development, budgeting and planning, implementation, financial management, monitoring & evaluation and reporting. Her experience is recognised in building partnership and working with governmental organizations/officials, international NGOs, local NGOs, local authorities, experts and community-based organisations (CBOs). She also has good experiences in conducting assessments and researches on development issues and local programmes. Moreover, Ha has proven track record in fundraising and managing different sources of income from institutional donors, trust/foundations, companies and major donors. Ha has Master Degree of Linguistic, a Bachelor in Education and English. She has developed many documents and provided training courses in Education and Women's rights. She joined CDI since June 2014 as the Programme Manager and she is now the Labor Rights Theme Manager.
Dinh Ha An
Project Coordinator (Labour Rights theme)
Dinh Ha An is project coordinator at Center for Development and Integration (CDI) since 2010. She holds master in Economics, Finance and International Business at the University of Aix - Marseille II and Economics and Development at the University of Sud - Toulon Var - France. She is now engaging with the project: Promotion and Protection Migrant Workers’ Rights in 4 provinces: Hanoi, Hai Duong, Vinh Phuc and Bac Ninh
She shares: ‘”I can see CDI as a dynamic, democratic and friendly working environment. We are always encouraged to work with creativity and autonomy. That lets me grow.”
Nguyen Thi Mai Hoa
Inclusive Growth theme Manager
Nguyen Thi Mai Hoa, Foreign Language University graduate, began her career path in an international non-governmental development organization since 2003. To date, she has over 12 years experience working in international non-governmental organizations such as: RUDEP (funded by AusAID), East Meets West Foundation, CARE International, PyD (funded by the Government of Spain) with projects on rural development, livelihood support for poor farmers; projects on assistance for people with disabilities; supporting women's participation in politics, gender equitable development; and projects related to climate change and emergency relief. After having completed her MBA at the University of Latrobe (Melbourne - Australia) in 2012, she came back to Vietnam and wants to continue to contribute her experience and knowledge to helping poor communities and vulnerable people in the society. She joined the team of CDI from August 2015 because she finds it a great environment to be able to perform to her desire.
Le Chi Hieu
Project Officer (Inclusive Growth theme)
Having participated in several projects on poverty reduction for people in difficult areas, Le Chi Hieu joined CDI in 2015 with the desire to challenge himself in a new, challenging field, yet full of opportunities for career development. As Project Officer for Inclusive Growth theme, he hopes that the experience gained from six years of implementing the community development work will does it best to the work at CDI. He also hopes to be able to work with the issues of equitable and sustainable development that CDI is pursuing.
Trinh Linh Chi
Chi graduated from the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, the National University and took a Master from University of Toulouse le Mirail (now the University Toulouse - Jean Jaures). She’s also got a number of certificates from PR and marketing courses from different Institutes and Universities. Chi had the experience working in both profit (The Accor group, HG Holdings) and non-profit sectors (The Institute for Populations and Social Issues - The National University for Economics; Samaritan’s Purse International Relief) before joining the team of CDI in 2014. With almost 6 years experience in public relations, communication and marketing, she’s happy to make a contribution to the growing activities of CDI in terms of communication, advocacy and branding. For Chi, doing the job communication in a local NGO is a challenging, yet exciting experience where the work does not only contribute to the organization and get helfself to grow personally, but also help many other people, namely CDI’s targeted groups for a common development and prosperousity.
Nguyen Hoang Nga
Acting Finance and Admin Manager
Ms. Nguyen Hoang Nga graduated in Business Administration with a major in tourism from Ha noi Open University in 2000 and gained a master in economic management from Hanoi University of Technology in 2007. She worked at CDI since 2007 and gained more experiences in several development projects in the field of prevention of domestic violence; prevention of human trafficking, promotion and protection the rights of workers immigration; The project on corporate social responsibility.
Ta Thi Thuy Linh
Administrative Officer cum Cashier
Ta Thi Thuy Linh has gained Bachelor of Economics College of Engineering. She has worked at the Center for Development and Integration since 2010. Currently she is working as Administration and Finance team. While working at CDI she thinks this is a good working environment to develop her capacity.
Nguyen Thi Ngoc
Cashier cum Project Officer
Ms Nguyen Thi Ngoc hold a bachelor of science management from University of Culture. She start her first job at CDI since early 2012 in communication. She explores new challenges in keeping up communication about the organization and its activities. She also provides support in project awareness raising and advocacy work. She realizes the new work to be challenging but she likes being creative.
" I hope I will make a positive contribution in the development of the organization.’’
Le Ut Tinh
Tinh Le graduated from ULIS, VNU. She joined CDI since Feb 2014 as Intern, Project assistant and currently HR-OD assistant. With all the chances provided, Tinh has gained many “first experiences”. She said: “all of these opportunities are invaluable. They give me an insight look into my personality, my potentialities and my career orientation”.
For her, taking part in commnunity activities and contributing to CDI’s development keep her engaged and exited.