Eric H. Chow is Associate Director of the Center for Global Supply Chain Management at the USC Marshall School of Business. His primarily responsibility is to execute the Center’s mission to connect the world through network, education and applied research. In doing so, he manages day-to-day operations which include strategic planning, business development, and educational administration.
Eric currently serves in a dual role with USC Marshall’s Graduate Career Services to provide career advising and employer outreach for the Masters of Science in Global Supply Chain Management program. He works closely with Fortune 500 corporations and public sector agencies and has regularly organized special events and projects focused on global trade and commerce in Shanghai, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Bangkok, Bali, Yangon, and the Dominican Republic.
Eric earned an MBA from USC Marshall School’s Global Executive MBA program in Shanghai as well as a certificate of completion in global management from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Antai College of Economics and Management. He holds double BA degrees in English and Political Science from the University of Southern California. He speaks English, Chinese, and Japanese.