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This $20 billion Chinese tech giant empowers female leaders

“Ctrip CEO Jane Sun has made championing female leaders inside her company a top priority since she joined as CFO back in 2005,” writes Yahoo! Finance. In addition to providing free taxi rides to pregnant employees, welcome and education monetary gifts to new mothers and flexible work hours, Fisher School of Accounting alumna Jane Sun (BSAc ’92) has made Ctrip the only Chinese company that will fully pay for egg freezing for its female employees.  Hear from Sun about why

Warrington alumna named to first Emergent 25 List by Forbes Asia

Jane Sun (BSAc ’92) was named to the inaugural Emergent 25 List of Asia’s latest star businesswomen by Forbes Asia. She is featured on the May 2018 cover of Forbes Asia announcing the Emergent 25. The list features women making their mark in regional enterprises across Asia and reflects the broader impact of women in the Asia-Pacific business world. Those named to the list were chosen for the money they generate, the influence they wield, and the ideas and trends

Alumna Jane Sun speaks at World Economic Forum

Fisher School of Accounting alumna and Ctrip CEO Jane Sun (BSAc ’92) spoke at the 48th World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. She highlighted the current security challenges facing the travel industry and how tourism is conducive to the promotion and momentum of global economic growth. Read more about Sun’s presentation to heads of state, international financiers, industry titans, academics and philanthropists from around the world.

Warrington alumna named to Fortune’s top 50 Most Powerful Women International

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

Warrington alumna featured by Forbes China

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Jane Sun (BSAc ’92) was featured by Forbes China with a cover photo and story in the publication’s most recent issue. You can read the article about her success, “Passion And Purpose: Ctrip CEO Jane Sun Talks About China’s Travel Boom, Ageing Threat”. Sun ranked No. 15 on the 2017 Forbes China list of outstanding businesswomen in the country that was unveiled last week. She joined Ctrip, a small online travel service company, as CFO in 2005 with the belief