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Amy Chang

EVP & GM @Cisco. Board member @ProcterGamble. Wife to a phenomenal husband. Total food pusher.

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Jim Cramer on Amy Chang

July 2019:

When discussing Procter & Gamble and the need of consumer products to appeal to Millennials on Squawk on the Street, Jim shares his opinion of Amy Chang:

Once you decide to listen to Amy Chang, who is on the board. She's the youngest member of the board. She might be the smartest person in America, frankly.

- Jim Cramer on Squawk on the Street, July 2019

May 2018:

Jim previewing topics he wanted to cover with Cisco CEO, Chuck Robbins, on the next week’s Mad Money interview:

I hope Robbins talks about the recent $270 million acquisition of Accompany, ... a business intelligence play run by the brilliant Amy Chang. I cannot think of a better person to help Cisco reinvent itself as a trusted partner to its clients on a much deeper level than just hardware.

September 2019:

When interviewing Procter & Gamble’s David Taylor and Trian’s Nelson Peltz during the CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha Conference:

When you visited my office and you gave me your brief, which was fantastic, you said, what do we need? We need people like Amy Chang, 40-year-old, com-sci from Stanford, master's in com-sci, just a pure genius, younger person...She is the embodiment of what somebody needs to go digital.

Related Amy Chang Articles

Procter & Gamble April 12, 2017

The Board of Directors of The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE: PG) appointed Amy L. Chang, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Accompany, Inc., as a Director of the Company. The appointment is effective June 1, 2017. Ms. Chang will serve on the Audit and Innovation & Technology Committees.

Decibel.VC by Amy Chang, April 29, 2019

What does every good product person & engineer really want in their heart of hearts? Having your product touch hundreds of millions of people.

Marie Claire by Brooke Hauser Aug 23, 2018

Amy Chang in Marie Claire’s Immigration Issue: “I grew up knowing I was going to have to bring it. Every single day. There’s no free lunch. No free rides. No free anything, just sheer effort and persistence.”