Christen Ng has joined the Network of Executive Women as vice president, technology and analytics. Ng, a former project manager at Rush Medical University, will be responsible for overseeing NEW's technology infrastructure, digital platforms and analytics strategy.
Ng's career has focused on developing technology solutions, resources and data-driven insights for nonprofit organizations in healthcare, workforce development and arts education.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Christen in this newly created role,” said NEW President and CEO Sarah Alter. “Her strong background will help us deliver on our promise to grow our community, provide greater strategic value to our corporate partners, and transform the industry to grow business and provide a better workplace for everyone.”
Ng holds a bachelor’s degree in information systems from DePaul University and an international MBA from Webster University. She serves as vice president of the board of the United Nations Association of Chicago.