Chief Executive Officer
Tony Duong is a Senior Consultant with PwC Advisory Services in the US. His experiences focus on business strategy, training, change management and M&A integration. Tony has served client engagements within financial services, life sciences, technology and media & entertainment industries, etc. Prior to joining PwC, Tony was a consultant with EY People Advisory Services – New York City. Before that, he worked at the BlackRock Investment Management Group and KPMG.
In addition to his professional work at PwC, he also dedicates his time to serve as Leader of the Career & Professional Development Committee, Association of Vietnamese Student and Professional in the United States (AVSPUS). He has lead the teams to organize many career conferences for Vietnamese students in Vietnam and the US. The career conferences attracted the participation of more than 500 attendees, 50 high-profile senior executives, professionals and 40 prestigious employer representatives. He has been recognized recently by General Ambassador of Vietnam to the US – Mr. Phạm Quang Vinh for his dedication to the organization and young Vietnamese community in the US.
Moreover, Tony has been very active with entrepreneurship activities. He is the youngest founding member of the Institute for Global Student Success, an education institute focusing on professional development training led by a former University of Pennsylvania – Wharton School of Business. He has been with the institute for over 4 years and successfully coached many students to receive the job offers at prestigious organizations such as PwC, Deloitte, EY, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Facebook, etc.
While at school, he served as the President and Founder of Ascend-Pan Asian Leaders-Drexel Student Chapter at Drexel University. Ascend is one of largest professional associations in the US and Canada that enables its members, corporate partners and the community to realize the leadership potential of Pan-Asian in global corporations. In the summer of 2011, Tony was awarded the Excellent Leadership Scholarship at Ascend National Convention in recognition of his contribution to the development of the Ascend chapter. He was also a scholar of Diversity Leadership Summit at Harvard Business School and participated as a Scholar of White House Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Youth Leadership.