Hanmin Sharon Tam

 This scholarship was funded by Lulu C. Wang, in honor of Mei Mei Tuan, Wellesley '88.


“As a result of an intense integration of entrepreneurship and engineering principles into all aspects of my schooling and life, I have grown into a multi-talented Asian business woman. With the AWIB scholarship I will be able to continue to thrive and create innovative products that will benefit future societies and businesses. Furthermore, I will be able to continue to move forward in the business world and become a successful leader. It is with great honor that I accept this award and I graciously thank AWIB and all its sponsors for believing in me!”

- Hanmin Sharon Tam, Class of 2013

Hanmin Sharon Tam is from New Jersey and attends Babson College, majoring in Business Management with a concentration in Marketing and Technology Entrepreneurship and Design.  She is also pursuing a Certificate in Engineering Design from Franklyn W. Olin College of Engineering.  Sharon was the Co-Chief Executive Officer of Click, a student-run, start-up, computer mouse company.  Under her leadership, the company developed a product line which consisted of a wireless mouse with flash integration, a novelty mouse operated with an index finger and thumb and a product that combined a mouse pad and pouch.  Click earned a profit of $5500 in less than a year and donated it to the Special Olympics of Massachusetts.

Sharon is also active in different programs on both the Babson and Olin College campuses.  She is the Vice President of communications for the Babson Mixed Martial Arts Club and Business Manager for Olin College’s Mini Baja “Phoenix Racing” team.  She is also a Babson Sustainability officer.  Through her involvement with Babson and Olin, Sharon aspires to encourage an exchange of the talents and strengths possessed by students from both campuses.







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