Anne Chow’s success as a Julliard-trained pianist and head of sales at AT&T’s Premier Client Group can be attributed to five guiding tenants she shares with her daughters and mentees. In her journey to a rewarding science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) career, she encountered many obstacles along the way – or “thorns on the STEM” as she describes. Her five guiding tenants she used along the way helped her to overcome and embrace the thorns during her career journey:
1.) Different is GOOD.
2.) Difficulty yields GROWTH.
3.) Failing is LEARNING.
4.) LEAN ON others.
5.) IT IS all about YOU (not them).
With a goal to "pay it forward" – Anne Chow mentors and helps others as a way to repay those who encouraged her along the way in her career. In the video above, Anne's personal story proves she has a true passion for the growth of those around her.