Introducing Soyong Jensen, Non-Executive Director
“I am exceptionally pleased to announce that from the 1st November 2019 Soyong Jensen will be joining Elliott Scott HR in a non-executive director capacity.
Soyong is someone that I have personally known for over 10 years, mostly when she was leading HR for Financial Institutions in Asia and latterly as a confidante and friend. With her exceptional HR knowledge, working in global HR roles she is well positioned from her US base to help, advise and guide our clients and candidates.
Going forward Soyong will work closely with me and my US/Asia Directors to continue to develop our US and Asia businesses. This is a significant appointment for us as a business and we are delighted to have Soyong on board.” Stuart Elliott, CEO and Owner, Elliott Scott HR
Soyong Jensen has more than 20+ years of experience as a Human Resources executive working across a diverse range of industries covering Banking, Insurance, Technology and Media & Entertainment sectors. Founder of ECCL, LLC, Soyong currently works with profit and non-profit organizations as an HR consultant and executive coach helping leaders and individuals in transition.
Prior to ECCL, Soyong served as Chief HR Officer for AIA Company Limited and as Managing Director, APAC HR lead in JPMorgan Chase’s Corporate Investment Bank business. She also worked with MTV Asia in Singapore as the regional head of HR. In these roles, Soyong was responsible for leading the regional execution of the global people agenda, including performance and talent management, recognition, culture and leadership development. She worked very closely with the senior business leadership team to identify and build the skills and capabilities needed as the basis of changing business. Before changing career direction to HR, Soyong spent 14 years with Nortel Networks in the US and Asia in the sales/marketing function.
After working globally and living in Asia, Soyong and her family now live in the US. With roots in Texas, she is happy to once again call it her home.