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If you haven’t seen our Career Vlog, the name ‘Ann Hsieh’ might not ring any bells, but we can assure you, this 24-year-old amateur YouTuber and Mechanical Cost Engineer from HP Taipei, will stick in your mind after you get to know her better.

Being our vlog rockstar and a giving advise to her YouTube subscribers on how to celebrate New Year’s Eve alone or how to politely avoid talking to people you don’t like, it’s far from what she thought she’d be doing when she was studying mechanical engineering at a vocational high school in Taipei.

Judit obtained a Master’s degree in Marketing and aspired to a bright future in a multinational graduate program in the field of Sales and Marketing. Throughout her studies, she worked in the automotive and aviation industries which were a solid basis for her HP experience. Judit started her career as a Start2Grow Graduate in Budapest (Hungary) in fall 2017.

Sirine graduated from ISCAE (Hight Institute of Commerce and Business Administration) in Morocco and Nanjing Audit University in China and has a Master’s degree in Audit and Management Control. This is her story as a Start2Grow Program Graduate.

As a working mom, Adrienne Massie, Employee Engagement Management for HP Americas, is constantly finding ways to connect and balance her personal and professional life.

Life is an incredible journey. Every day is a beautiful gift and an opportunity to make a positive difference. I learned this at an early age watching how hard my mom, Sharon, worked to make sure we had the best life possible. At times, she worked multiple jobs so that we had all that we needed. As I grew up, her work ethic helped to create and influence my own. She showed me that anything is possible, even in the midst of adversity. During the most difficult times, you can and will survive.

Two years ago, Sharon was diagnosed with lung cancer. She was in perfect health and had absolutely no symptoms, but a newly developed test found a tennis ball-sized mass in her lung. The oncologist estimated it had been there for six to eight years.