Lê Đình Hiếu is a passionate educator, a tech believer, and a dedicated social entrepreneur, who led a professional life at 2 Fortune-500 companies in financial & consulting industry before starting his journey of entrepreneurship to pursue his dream of fighting for educational equity in Vietnam. Hiếu is a founding member of 2 educational start-ups: Everest Education, a technology-based tutoring service with locations in Ho Chi Minh City & Los Angeles, and G.A.P Institute, a career-development hub for college students. In 2016, he was a honoree in Forbes Vietnam’s 30 Under 30 for his contribution to educational landscape & social entrepreneurship ecosystem. In 2018, he was recognized among the “10 Young Faces of the Year” by Youth Union of Vietnam and the Office of the Government.
He’s currently the director of Admission & Pathway Program at VinUni, Founder & CEO of G.A.P Institute, Project Director of Talent Generation Program – a social project organized by the UNESCO Center for Culture, Education and Training (UNESCO – CEP)
and Founder & BoA of Hear.Us.Now – a nonprofit project aimed to provide the hearing-impaired community equal opportunities in education.
He graduated Bachelor from UCLA, Summa Cum Laude major in Economics, Executive Education in Leadership in Social Enterprise, Stanford University and M.S.Ed, Education Entrepreneurship, University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League).