• Suffolk MBA Alumni


51job Inc recently appointed Suffolk MBA alumnus Peter Lui to an executive position with the company's management team. 51job Inc, is a leading provider of integrated human resource services in China focused on recruitment services. The company offers a broad range of products and services including print advertisements through their 51job Weekly and online recruitment services with their online 51job.com. 51job connects millions of job seekers with employment opportunities and streamlines the recruitment process and human resource administration for tens of thousands of companies in China.
                Lui joins the company as its Chief Financial Officer. Preceding his appointment with the firm Lui held prestigious positions as the Asia Pacific Area Controller for Google, Director positions at Oracle China, Saatchi & Saatchi China, and Compaq Computer China representing well over a decade of managerial work with diverse multinational corporations.  According to Rick Yan, President and Chief Executive Officer of 51job Inc “With [Lui’s] extensive experience in China, especially in the media and technology industries, he brings a wealth of financial and operational knowledge to our management team.” Yan continued “I am delighted to welcome Peter to our company.” On behalf of Suffolk University, Congratulations to Mr. Peter Lui.

Andrew Deslauier, a current graduate student in the Suffolk University MBA program and product manager with the biotech firm Genzyme Corp is hoping to bring a fresh face to Billerica Mass’s Board of Selectmen. According to Andrew,  “ the current board has been unwilling to tackle tough questions that affect the towns future.” He says that there is too much bickering and that he is “hoping to bring an increased level of debate [to the community]” Andrew’s top three goals on the board are to change the way decisions are made for [Billerica;] to increase the level of involvement of all folks in their Board of Selectmen and to have the board move forward prioritizing the right issues for the town.

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