Tina Chen - China | Managing Director, Accenture
Tina Chen is the Managing Director of Accenture Digital in Greater China, based in Shanghai, China. She is responsible for leading digital innovation and transformation. Tina has vast experience in financial services, fast retailing, the auto and public sectors across Greater China, Southeast Asia, Australia and North America. She is also actively involved in the local accelerator and startup community. Tina specializes in digital strategy, venture design, design thinking and change management of major digital transformation programs. Some of her major clientele include leading multi-national clients such as adidas, Daimler, McDonald’s and Kohler, as well as local gurus like Ping An and Alibaba.
Tina also sits on the Accenture Greater China GeoCouncil as the Human Capital and Diversity Lead. Before Accenture, Tina had over 18 years of experience in strategy consulting (Boston Consulting Group), design and innovation (IDEO), and in-house digital transformation (Commonwealth Bank of Australia). Tina also co-founded a startup specializing in artificial intelligence and K-12 online education in the capacity of Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Operations Officer. Tina graduated with honors from Duke University with a master’s degree and has a Bachelor of Economics from Shanghai International Studies University. In her spare time, Tina loves to spend as much time as possible with her three boys.
Sandy Hu - Fellow Alumna | VP, Texas Instruments | President, Texas Instruments China
Sandy Hu is the Vice President of Texas Instruments (TI) and President of TI China. In these roles, she leads TI’s sales and operations in China, with a focus on supporting customers and driving TI’s growth across the region.
Sandy joined TI as a technical sales engineer in 2000. She was then promoted to account manager, responsible for several of TI's key accounts, and continued to hold various leadership positions within TI’s Sales and Applications team. She became TI’s General Manager of China Sales and Applications in 2013, responsible for driving business growth for TI’s advanced Analog and Embedded Processing solutions. Sandy was appointed President of TI China in 2015. She was elected as Vice President in 2018.
She holds a BS in computer science from Zhongnan Institute of Technology and an MBA from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.