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Professional Biography of Siu Yuin Pang

Siu Yuin Pang obtained her Masters of Arts degree in Public Policy from the Harris Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Chicago where she was the Packard Foundation Cultural Policy Fellow at the University's Cultural Policy Center for the 2001-2002 academic year. Before commencing her studies in public policy, she was a consultant with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra where she completed a study and presented a strategic paper to position the Orchestra as an internationally-recognized ensemble.

In her previous position at the Donors Forum of Chicago, Ms. Pang's primary responsibilities included the design and implementation of research, research-based products and tools, as well as reports for internal and external audiences. She also supported the organization's information needs as the chief administrator of various internal research databases and the membership database. In addition, she staffed the peer network groups Grant Managers Network and MicroEdge Users Group at the Donors Forum.

Prior to joining the Donors Forum staff, Ms. Pang was pursuing graduate studies at the University of Cincinnati where she graduated with a M.B.A. and a M.A. in Arts Administration. She has worked in various capacities with a broad range of nonprofit organizations including Cinergy Foundation in Cincinnati, Metro Chicago Information Center, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Pang received her undergraduate education at Oberlin College, Conservatory of Music where she majored in Piano Performance.

Information last updated in July 2002