Le Tu Cam Ly
Legal & Public Affairs, Communication Director – Indochina
Coca-Cola Beverages Vietnam Ltd
Ly Le joined CCBVL in June 1, 2012, and is currently in charge of the Legal and PAC function in Vietnam as well as the Legal aspects in Cambodia. In addition to her role in Legal & PAC, Ly leads a team to set up the PAC specifically function in the area of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), so that Coca-Cola may better tie its economic development to social development for all. Besides, Ly is instrumental in her role as a Governor of AmCham Vietnam – HCMC Chapter, Board liaison in CSR Committee , Vice Chair position in F&B Committee and active member of AmCham BOG’s Advisory Committee in AmCham Vietnam
Before joining CCBVL, Ly had 03 years working in the legal function of Vietnam Brewery Limited, the local brewer of Tiger and Heineken beer in Vietnam.
She led Avon Cosmetics Group in Vietnam as the Senior Legal Manager for Vietnam and Thailand for 6 years, managed all aspects of legal works, government affairs, regulatory affairs and general legal services and ethics and compliance matters of Avon in the local markets. She participated actively in various non-government business associations, including the American Chamber of Commerce Direct Selling Committee, the Vietnam Association of Trademark Protection, and the establishment of the local Vietnam Direct Selling Association. In 2010, she was nominated as Chairwoman, AmCham Vietnam Direct Selling Committee (AVDSC), led the development of the AVDSC, with the support of the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations, based in Washington, DC.
Specialities: International business law. Intimate knowledge of Vietnam culture and business practices.
Bachelor Degree in Law
Swinburne University of Technology (Australia) in Corporate Law
Singapore Institute of Management in Business Contract
Vision for AmCham
If re-elected, my top priorities for AmCham will be to promote the coalition of AmCham and its stakeholders to develop a more transparent investment environment through my experiences in the best practices in the multi-national enterprises, which is effectively deployed in CCBVL as well as in the food and beverage industry. Besides, together with AmCham’s relevant members, to build an effective strategy to promote food safety in Vietnam, as well as to continue to help both sugar users and sugar producers in Vietnam.
I perceived that a company’s exploration of social and environmental resources can not only build up its business, but also help society advance. In Vietnam, the knowledge and practice of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been limited to a few companies that are part of multinational companies, especially companies that have benefited from the positive effects of CSR. Hence, my passion is to promote the practice of Corporate Social Responsibility in Vietnam, so that both AmCham and CCBVL can contribute to and benefit from sustainable economic growth and social development.