Luxury with a Story, Style with a Touch of Humanity
Emily Di Capua
Herders in remote mountain areas wishing to bring their goods to market face many challenges. Carol Chyau thought that she could use her skills and connections to help establish a worldwide distribution and sales network for yarn from yak, a bovine that lives in Tibet and southwestern China. She came up with a series of witty ways of positioning the product and the brand in a way that herders could benefit from higher sale prices.
Carol Chyau wants to use her education and training to help those less fortunate than she is.
During her junior year at the University of Pennsylvania’s Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business, Carol spent a semester abroad ...