“I hold Agnes in the very highest regard and am particularly appreciative of the wide range of skills she brings to the role of group facilitator. She’s truly gifted at this work”.
Ed Batista, Instructor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Agnes Le facilitates, coaches and teaches how to build meaningful careers and connections. She brings over 15 years of international experience advising individuals and companies on leadership and talent management as well as an MBA from Stanford and an MSc in Organizational Psychology/Career Management from University of London. One of the most profound influences on her professional and personal growth has been her participation in T-groups. In addition to being a trained group facilitator, she coaches experienced leaders in the Exec Education and MSx programs at the GSB and she teaches the course “Building a Career of Meaning and Impact” at Stanford Continuing Studies.
Agnes is the former director of career development and advising in the Career Management Center at the GSB. There she managed the advising team that coached more than 800 students and alumni annually. Earlier, she led the talent management function at various European companies and worked in career management for the business schools at Cambridge and IESE. Agnes received a BA in Economics from Rice University, an MBA from Stanford and an MSc in career management from University of London.
Agnes has a strong international background. Originally from Vietnam, she has lived in the US, the UK, France and Spain. She speaks Spanish and French fluently. She lives in Palo Alto with her husband and her son Alex who inspires her to be present and enjoy life. When she is not running after him, she enjoys running marathons.