Interlink comprises a team of consultants with many years of work and consulting experience in Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and America.  Depending on the size of the assignment, Interlink provides a team of consultants that themselves represent cultural diversity at work.

Susan Vonsild
Susan Vonsild, American by birth and Danish by adopted nationality, is a graduate of DePauw University and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, both USA.  She has worked for extended periods in government and industry in Indonesia, India, Denmark and USA.  Since 1984 she has managed her own company, Interlink.

Susan Vonsild is a fellow and currently chairperson of EIT - The European Institute of Transnational Studies in Group and Organisational Development, a forum for professionals involved in change within organisations and wider social systems.  Other memberships include the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and the International Society of Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR), of which she has served as officer of the European Division.  She is co-author of several books on international project management and corporate globalization, and is external lecturer at Danish and Swedish universities.

Hans-Erland Hoffmann
Hans-Erland Hoffmann was born in Germany. He is a graduate in Business Administration of Philipps Universitšt Marburg, and in Innovation Management of Technische Universitšt Berlin, both Germany. He has also spent part of his studies with a scholarship at the Universitť de Grenoble, France. He has worked for extended periods of time in government and industry in Denmark, France, Tanzania, Turkey and the
UK. He has worked as consultant since 1984 and is a member of the Interlink team since 1991.
Hans-Erland Hoffmann is a member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and the International Society of Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR). Within the German branch of IPMA he is co-founder and current chairman of the special interest group on international project management and co-editor of one of the first German language books on international project management, published in 2004. He has held external lectures at the Université de Lyon, France.

Li Xing
Li Xing, a Danish national, born in China, has been living in Denmark for more than 18 years. He has long experience in business and industrial relations and in international negotiations. Long before he came to Denmark, he was language interpreter between foreign enterprises and Beijing Telecommuncation Administration (BTA) for successful implementation of China's first international
contract for establishing a digital telephone system.
In recent years he has been assisting Danish companies to establish direct company-to-company relations between Denmark and China for import and export, outsourcing, contractual production and match-making. He has also bridged and assisted cooperation agreements and exchanges between Chinese and Danish municipalities and higher educational institutions.
Like other Interlink consultants, Li Xing is trilingual (Chinese, English and Danish).
Li Xing is also Associate Professor with the Research Center on Development and International Relations, Aalborg University, Denmark. He holds MA in English and intercultural studies and Ph.D. in social sciences (development studies and international relations). Mr. Li is responsible for our activities focussing on China-EU cooperation.

Dr. Asma Abdullah is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, where she works closely with both Malaysian and foreign managers to enable them to understand cross cultural and diversity issues when working in multicultural teams in the Asia-Pacific region.
Dr. Asma Abdullah has advanced degrees from universities in Australia, Malaysia and USA.

Her work experience includes 8 years of secondary school teaching and curriculum development in a semi-government organization. During her 23 years with Esso/ExxonMobil (1980-2003) as a human resource development practitioner, she was actively involved in orientating foreign managers to the Asian workplace.
She teaches parttime at several Malaysian universities and is a resource member on the Panel for Education and Development with Jabatan Perpaduan Negara dan Integrasi Nasional.

Dr. Asma Abdullah has authored 3 books on multicultural issues, Understanding the Malaysian Workforce; Going Glocal; and Understanding Multicultural Malaysia.

- and colleagues from India, the Middle East, USA and diverse European countries.

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