Lilly Chung is the lead partner for many of Deloitte’s most strategic global high-tech clients. She is also the West Region leader for the US Chinese Service Group. Along with her experience in leading the China Strategic Relationship Management team, she has extensive experience in helping Chinese and US companies to do business globally. Lilly has more than 30 years of experience in the high-technology industry.
Lilly specializes in business process reengineering, IT implementation, organizational effectiveness, merger integration, and go-to-market alliances. She has worked with the management teams of many of the worlds’ largest and most successful companies, including Apple, Applied Materials, Cisco, HP, Intel, Nvidia, Siemens, Solectron, Synopsys, as well as successful Chinese companies such as Alibaba, Huawei, Lenovo, Tencent, TCL, SAIC, China Resources, etc. Her work was written up in Fortune magazine and SF Chronicle for the results achieved for her clients.
Lilly was the leader of the Semiconductor Affinity Group, China Gateway Initiative, and Deloitte’s Women’s Initiative in the Northern Pacific region. She served as an advisory partner for Deloitte University and was a nominating committee member for the selection of Deloitte’s board members. She also served on the partner peering committees.
Lilly started her career as a semiconductor design engineer for Fairchild Semiconductors and Xerox in Palo Alto. She broadened her career by moving into the Strategic Business Office at Xerox, responsible for strategic product planning and technology transfer. Lilly was also the founder and CEO of Pictron, a video search software company with major Fortune 500 customers. Lilly interned at TA Associates, one of the most experienced private equity firms in Boston.
Lilly is the co-chair of China Initiative of Bay Area Council in California, and is an advisory board member of UC Berkeley Extension program. She was the global Chair of Monte Jade Science & Technology Association, a global organization with 15 chapters in the US and Greater China. MJ Global’s objective is to promote cooperation and mutual flow of technology and investments. Lilly is also a frequent speaker at industry events, including the Hamburg Summit, Wharton Business School, University of Berkeley, Stanford University, as well as Chinese TV news. Lilly was also selected as one of the most influential women in the San Francisco Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times.
Lilly earned her B.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, and her M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California. She also has an M.S. degree in Engineering Management Industrial & Engineering from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.