Informatica Names Google’s Amy Chang To Board


[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Amy Chang has joined the Informatica board of directors. As the global head of product for Ads Measurement and Reporting at Google, Ms. Chang has led a portfolio of products for the past six years, including Google Analytics, multi-channel conversion attribution and Website Optimizer.

Ms. Chang brings a broad range of technology experience with earlier positions at eBay, McKinsey & Company and within Google. She received both her bachelor of science in Electrical Engineering, Hardware and master of science in Electrical Engineering, Network Systems from Stanford University. Additionally Ms. Chang was an Intel Foundation Scholar and a Mayfield Venture Fund Fellow.

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