Founded in 1994, the MBA Career Services Council’s mission is to serve as the premier provider of education, information and expertise for the support and development of individuals in the MBA career management and employment professions. Through activities such as hosting global conferences, offering professional development webinars, and setting standards for reporting MBA employment statistics, the Council seeks to be the foremost resource and expert in global MBA career services and global MBA employment.
Tsung’s talent and passion for career management is evident in her leadership which earned our MBA program the No. 1 ranking in job placement by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, 2012. Prior to her current position, Tsung spent 14 years consulting to leading Financial Services Industry clients, most recently as Partner at Mitchell Madison Group, where she was focused on such issues as the B2B financial supply chain, profit improvement, merger integration, new business creation, and intrapreneurship. Tsung was an Associate Partner at Accenture in their Financial Service Strategy group and has also held positions at A.T. Kearney, IBM, and Johnson & Johnson. Tsung received her Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University and her Master of Business Administration from Columbia University.