Grok Leadership Team


Grok’s Leadership Team

Grok is driven by customer service. Whether a university is reaching new audiences through our social media team, gathering data with our research team or deploying staff in-market through our program office service, a Grok executive is supervising the work for that client to ensure we are doing a good job.

As well as providing guidance and supervision to staff, they are active in adding value to our clients’ engagements by contributing ideas and feedback when required. They can save you time and money by helping you avoid the obstacles and challenges that come with working in another country.

“Grok is a labor of love for me. I love the idea of building something good: I’m not hungering to build a billion-dollar unicorn, but rather a company that is profitable, that serves customers well, that gives staff the chance to learn and grow.”

“Education is a multi-billion dollar industry that no one really knows about. Outside of the world of finance or the global oil trade, no other industry really moves people and currency across borders in quite the same way. At the same time, outside of the industry bubble, we don’t get as much attention as we deserve.”

“Education is an eternal theme for human beings, and international education opens more possibilities for students around the globe, with rich education resources, and different student experiences.”

“I associate “international education” with all the experiences I had as an exchange student studying in Hong Kong when I was an undergrad. It’s one of the greatest opportunities to open someone’s mind, change the way they see the world, and how they interact with it.”

“Whether the presence is physical or digital (ideally a combination of both in key markets), maintaining and building awareness of an institution’s brand, program offerings and achievements is a crucial component of student recruitment.”

“I believe that international education not only has the ability to shape an individual, but to influence the wider community. Learning about each other, our cultures, our heritage, our values, helps us understand each other better and can break, or at least soften, the perceived barriers that sometimes exist.”

“International education is all about broadening horizons and mindsets. Learning and being taught in a country that is not your own is a fantastic way to immerse yourself in that culture and really deepen your understanding of the people and the place. “

“Through international education, people learn about cultures from around the world, which broadens perspectives and helps build diverse connections. Most importantly, international education fosters an understanding and appreciation for people from other backgrounds.”

“We are all unique and should focus on how our individual strengths compliment other peoples unique strengths to achieve our shared goals.”

“Countries like India, Vietnam, and Malaysia have a rapidly emerging middle class that looks favorably upon a western education, and so, it’s imperative that universities looking to recruit from these countries meeting prospective students head-on in market.”

“To me, international education has a multi-layer meaning. On one level, I experienced international education from studying and living abroad for 13 years. This was an opportunity to gain academic knowledge, experience different cultures, and broaden my horizon. International education is also a transformative experience and can change one’s future.”

“Grok provides opportunities for me to explore what traits are required in different positions, such as travelling as a program officer, or learning from an accounting expert. All these experiences have helped me to grow to be a fully qualified Grokker.”

“International Education is an opportunity for millions of students to undergo a truly global experience that has a life changing impact on their future.”

“International education is not purely about the degree that you get in the end, but also the culture, language and life experiences packed into the time you spent overseas.”

“Foreign universities have more opportunities than ever universities to increase brand awareness, improve access to education, and increase student enrollment.”

“Being someone who experienced study abroad, at the Undergraduate, and Postgraduate level, I see international education as the opportunity for students to gain a global perspective in their respective field, without being limited by geographic restraints.”

“With so much competition going on in key Asian markets like China and Southeast Asia, the more engaged an institution is with the local market, the easier it is for them to fight for student’s attention.”

“As a professional practitioner in the field of international education, it’s important to convey accurate information about foreign institutions to Chinese students and parents to help them make the right decision about their futures.”