Lulu Chow Wang

Lulu Chow Wang ‘83BUS is a graduate of Columbia Business School and has been a longstanding member of the school’s Board of Overseers. She chairs the Advisory Board for the Chazen Institute for Global Business at CBS, the School’s preeminent center on global business, economy, and leadership which supports students, faculty, and visiting scholars to become the future leaders of the world’s marketplace. At the Chazen Institute, she endowed the Lulu Chow Wang Senior Asian Scholars program to bring leading Asian business and policy leaders to campus to engage in dynamic exchange with students and faculty. Wang Scholars also speak at the Institute’s semiannual Wu Forum. Wang co-chaired the 2021 Annual Dinner for CBS, raising an historic high of over $5 million. She supported the campaign for the Manhattanville Campus, and is the co-leader of the Women’s Initiative, to celebrate the vital role of women at CBS, both on campus and in our global community of alumnae. She credits CBS’ women students for the strong engagement the School has with her and many other alumnae. CWIB honored her at their annual conference over 20 years ago and she established the tradition of an all women table at the CBS Annual Dinner, seated with Columbia women students and alumnae, who had not been widely represented in this prestigious dinner. This commitment to inclusion is an essential part of CBS’ diverse culture. Wherever she can, Wang seeks to connect the CBS community with that of other organizations where she has a leadership role. Whether at Asia Society, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, or Rockefeller University, Columbians are welcomed and benefit from partners at these other leading institutions. Ms. Wang lives in Manhattan and on Cold Spring Harbor with her husband, Anthony Wang.

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