Three decades ago, Margie M. Wang volunteered to teach at a Junior Achievement (JA)-initiated programme which focused on educating students about work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. The experiential and hands-on programmes were taught by experts in their individual fields.
JA Worldwide executive Margie M. Wang is back with the organisation she volunteered with three decades ago.
She taught economics to a group of high school students in New York, while working for a business which encouraged its staff to share their experience with impressionable youngsters. Little did she know back then, but the encounter would have a great impact on her decision to become JA Worldwide's chief operating officer and chief financial officer _ positions she has held for more than a year.
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