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Weiwei Chen, Shanghai class of 2002, joined Yum! Brands as the Chief Financial Officer for the China Division in July of 2012.

Prior to joining Yum! Brands, Weiwei was the CFO of China and then the CFO of Asia for Sanofi.

Yum! China is the leading retail developer in China with nearly 4,790 restaurants in more than 800 cities. Their brands include KFC as well as Pizza Hut. The Shanghai-based China Division opened more than 650 new restaurants in China and generated $908 million in operating profit in 2011.

To learn more about Yum! China, please go to

Weiwei can be connected with via her LinkedIn page:

Congratulations again to Weiwei and best wishes with your new endeavour!


Congratulations to Bo Sun (Shanghai 2008)

We’d like to extend our congratulations and best wishes to Bo Sun who is now the General Manager of ElringKlinger Engineered Plastics Commercial Co., Ltd. in Qingdao.
ElringKlinger Engineered Plastics Qingdao Ltd. is the subsidiary of ElringKlingerKunststofftechnik GmbH.

ElringKlingerKunststofftechnik, an independent business unit in the ElringKlinger Group, develop and produce seals and engineering design elements from high performance plastics such as PTFE, PTFE compounds and PTFE composites as one of the technology leaders for over 40 years. The seals and engineering elements such as bellows, diaphragms, nozzles, PTFE tubing, porous PTFE are widely used in different industries, e.g. automotive, medical, machinery, bottling equipment, chemical processing etc.

For more information about Bo’s new organization, please visit

To connect with Bo further, please email


Congratulations to Paul Murphy

Paul Murphy, Beijing 2012 class, has been appointed as the head of business development for Greater China at WGSN.

WGSN was launched in 1998 as a trend forecasting service for the fashion and design industries, providing trend forecasting and analysis to the largest and most influential businesses in the world. Today, WGSN is the world’s leading fashion forecaster, with over 300 editorial and design staff in offices throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America and the Middle East.

For more information on WGSN, please visit

To connect with Paul on LinkedIn go to


“Poor listening habits are responsible for many of our daily woes. Whether it’s a damaging disagreement with a co-worker, a miscommunication with a spouse or partner, or an awful customer service experience, the smoking gun is often a simple failure to pay attention–to truly listen to what the other person is saying.”

Huawei – The company that spooked the world

The results of the Rutgers Executive MBA presidential election are in!

With over 60% of the vote, John Tintera, Class of 2010 ( is now our REMBA Alumni Association president.

Congratulations to John and thank you to Antoine Linde Class of 2011 ( for running. Antoine has been involved with the association since graduation and we expect his continued involvement.

In addition to John, the other members of the new board include:

Vice-President – Marc DeFlorio (2012)
Vice-President, International – Alicia Noel (2010)
Secretary – Allison Nagelberg (2012)
Treasurer – Jeannine Lubnewski (2006)

Thank you to all our new board members.

Thank you all for votes and participation with the outing.

Sandy Azzollini
Former President, REMBA Alumni Association

For Creative Cities, the Sky Has Its Limit — It’s not enough to build tall if people aren’t thrown together to interact.

For the first time in history, more than half of the people in the world, 3.3 billion of us, live in cities. By 2050, according to the best projections, urbanites will account for as much as 70% of the global population.