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Nelson Chen
Works at New York City Department Of Education
Attended Baruch College
Lives in New York, NY
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He wasn't the first person who can walks on water. But putting the cellphone in a bottle? 
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Die hard hipster wannabe who loves cheap eats
Education
  • Baruch College
    Accountancy, 2003 - 2007
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Business Manager
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  • New York City Department Of Education
    Business Manager, 2005 - present
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