Yujia Wang
Yujia Wang


  • M.B.A. in Supply Chain Management and Finance, Smeal College of Business, Class of 2013, PennState, PA, U.S.A.
  • M.A. in Educational Studies,
    University of Cincinnati, OH, U.S.A.
  • M.A. in English & Literature,
    Foreign Affairs University, Beijing, China
  • B.A. (Honors) in Economics,
    Foreign Affairs College, Beijing, China

Professional Development

  • Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP), American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS)
  • Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM), Institute for Supply Management (ISM)
  • Lean Six Sigma Black Belt (BOK), Penn State University
  • Six Sigma Yellow Badge, Motorola University
  • Certified interpreter, Ministry of Personnel, People’s Republic of China


My name is Yujia but I have also adopted the name Sabrina since it is more accessible to my friends and colleagues in the United States and Europe.

In May 2013, I graduated from the Smeal College of Business with an MBA in Supply Chain Management and Finance and I moved to Avon Lake to join Polyone in the Operational Excellence Leadership Development program. I am very happy to live in this lakefront community on the shores of Lake Erie and have the privilege to work at Polyone with such an awesome team.

In April 2013, I was inducted to the Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Honor Society. Another memorable experience during the MBA program was the internship with Dell at Round Rock, TX in the summer of 2012. It was hot there but everything else was cool!

Before moving to State College I lived in Cincinnati where I was working as a Senior International Buyer/Scheduler for Chase Industries, Inc..

My ability to conduct analysis of real-time operational data and work with people from different cultural, educational, and professional backgrounds owes much to my graduate study in quantitative analysis and workforce development at the University of Cincinnati.

Prior to coming to the United States, I spent six years working for Motorola in Beijing, China. The exposure to an English-based working environment in Motorola along with the desire to further develop my communication skills also prompted me to pursue graduate studies in English & Literature at the China Foreign Affairs University. Upon my graduation I became an interpreter certified by the Ministry of Personnel, People’s Republic of China. My role as a freelance interpreter further broadened my horizon in various business operations associated with different industries.

My interest in business administration, and more specifically in supply chain management, can be traced back to my undergraduate years as a student majoring in International Economics and Trade at the China Foreign Affairs College.

My passions, besides work and study, are cooking, cross-stitching, and jewelry designing.