Debbie Wu worked for over 15 years at Hewlett-Packard in various roles - software programmer, PC support manager, and PC Quality program manager. She managed worldwide vendor relationships, improved product reliability, and delivered cost effective solutions. Her most recent work with HP included teaching Lean Six Sigma methods to HP's Desktop PC organization. In December 2009, HP gave her a division award for her leadership teaching Lean Six Sigma and Project Management processes. She now brings her passion for process and quality excellence to Olender.
Debbie was a past secretary for the Corporate Asian American Employee Network (CAAEN). CAAEN is a network of Asian American employee groups from the private, public, and educational sectors in the Bay Area. CAAEN is committed to promoting personal and professional development of Asian American employees.
Debbie is not an attorney. She provides attorneys with efficient and timely data. Debbie works to ensure our clients receive the highest quality of service. Debbie earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
We represent some clients who have compelling cases and little money at no charge. Sean received the Benito Juarez human rights award in 2008 and the ALRP Volunteer Award in 2012 for taking more than 10 pro bono cases in 12 months. We need volunteers. E-mail Debbie to volunteer.
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