Warrington alumna named to Fortune’s top 50 Most Powerful Women InternationalReading Time: 1 minute
Ctrip CEO Jane Sun (BSAc ’92) was selected as one of Fortune’s top 50 most powerful women in business. She made her debut on the list at No. 38.
Fortune Magazine highlighted the Fisher School graduate’s recent accomplishments and the benefits Ctrip offers female employees:
In November, Sun was appointed CEO at Ctrip, a China-based travel services company with a market cap of more than $27 billion. Though revenues are still relatively small at $2.9 billion, the company, which is China’s biggest online travel site, is growing fast—that sales figure was up 67% from 2015. Sun has served in various executive roles at the company since 2005, including chief operating officer and co-president. The company has several programs to benefit female employees: an 8,000 yuan “gift” for new mothers, free taxi rides to pregnant workers, and summer camps at its headquarters for staff who have preschool-aged kids.
Sun was also highlighted with a cover photo and story in Forbes China earlier this year, ranking No. 15 on the 2017 Forbes China list of outstanding businesswomen in the country.