Eleanor Chin has more than 40 years of administrative staff experience at MIT Sloan. Her initial positions included assisting with all aspects of the Master’s Program, Doctoral Program, Visiting Fellows Program, and Sloan Fellows Program activities.
From 1990 to 1995, Eleanor managed MIT Sloan’s five-year collaborative agreement with Nanyang Technological University in Singapore to help develop its management program and faculty. She also managed Sloan’s collaborative educational and research program with the Taiwan-based Epoch Foundation. She has been part of the Office of International Programs since it was established.
In her current role as Senior Director for the Office of International Programs, Eleanor is responsible for managing MIT Sloan’s collaborative partnerships with three schools in China: Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management in Beijing, Fudan University School of Management in Shanghai, and Lingnan (University) College of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou. Her other responsibilities at the Office of International Programs have also included managing MIT Sloan’s partnership with Yunnan University School of Business and Tourism Management, as well as Yunnan’s collaboration with the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women project through the MIT Sloan-Yunnan University Women’s Entrepreneur Program. In addition, Eleanor has been responsible for MIT Sloan’s Korea Project with the SKK Graduate School of Business.