Selene Alcock is the current Membership Manager of the Australian Chamber of Commerce, Vietnam. She has been living in Vietnam, at intervals, since 2005 and currently lives in Ho Chi Minh City. From 2012 to 2021, she co-owned and ran the operations of a small, customized printing and sewing factory, that serviced international clients. She also designed and managed her own unique brand for sale to tourists in Vietnam.

Additionally, she writes part-time for clients, including features on executive leaders for Vietnam’s Business Executive Network, [C] Magazine, and for WHAM, a UK-based digital agency that manages global telecommunications network, 3 (Three).

Selene has worked as a journalist, filmmaker, and online producer. She’s the proud producer of some award-winning documentary films, including ‘The Demon Fault’ (SBS-TV, 2002) and ‘Umoja’ (2010), winner of 4 international film awards, broaching human rights and social justice issues.

Selene has a BA in Communications (Film) from Macquarie University and a 1st Class Honours in French from UNSW. Awarded top student at TAFE NSW’s Certificate IV Small Business Management, Selene was also selected for two international training programs, ‘Crossing Borders’ documentary co-production, and ‘GLOBASE Vietnam’, a US MBA-driven social enterprise mentorship program.

Selene speaks great market Vietnamese, and as a passionate connector of people, she’s looking forward to supporting AusCham’s current members and bringing new members into the fold.