Amy L. Chang has joined technology leader Cisco’s Board of Directors. Cisco
, which has headquarters in San Jose, California, United States, is global brand specializing in “making the Internet work”. Established in 1984, the company’s products and services help maintain a secure internet that connects the world. Ms. Chang’s appointment took place on October 17, 2016.
Ms. Chang is the founder of Los Altos, California-based Accompany, Inc. – a company that offers services that integrate a company’s email, contacts, social feeds and other media to fully maintain professional connections and generate a “constant stream of opportunity”. She is also currently Accompany’s CEO. Ms. Chang also worked with Google before establishing Accompany in the role of Global Head of Product, Google Ads Measurement and Reporting.
Before Google Ms. Chang held executive positions with eBay Inc. Other roles she has been involved in included a period at global consulting company McKinsey & Company, where she was involved in the company’s semiconductor and software-related activity. A graduate of Stanford University, she has a Bachelor of Science and a Master’s degree in engineering.
We are very pleased to have Amy join our board and look forward to her contributions,” explained Cisco’s CEO, Chuck Robbins. “Amy is a Silicon Valley leader and she understands the power we have to reimagine the way we can do business. Her experience as an entrepreneur, an engineer, and an industry disruptor will be invaluable to Cisco and to our customers in this new digital business environment.” Do you know of any other industry players taking on new roles? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.