Asian Leadership Project: in conversation with Yeesom Lo, Network Ten

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It was a great to talk about diversity and cultural stereotypes recently with the talented Yeesum Lo for the Asian Leadership Project (founded by the remarkable Julie Chai and this series sponsored by Ashurst with Kasey Zun). As the head of development at 10 ViacomCBS she is in one of the top jobs in media – and breaking down assumptions about gender and race as she goes. But she still gets asked where she learnt to speak English so well…

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