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Business Process Services

Shirley Hung

Vice President

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Shirley Hung is a member of the Business Process Services team. She advises senior stakeholders of global services including enterprises, service providers, and investors, in their strategic mandates and initiatives. Shirley’s responsibilities include leading Everest Group’s Finance & Accounting Outsourcing, Procurement Outsourcing, and Customer Experience Management Services subscription offerings.

Prior to joining Everest Group, Shirley was General Manager Strategy with Rio Tinto, leading the strategy team for Global Business Services. Previously, she held various consulting and strategy roles at Mercer HR Consulting, The Hackett Group, Charles Schwab and Arthur D. Little. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Science degree in Philosophy, Policy and Social Value from the London School of Economics.

From My Perspective

“As an enterprise client, I experienced first-hand the reasons for Everest Group’s strong brand and reputation in global services. I am honored to join such a high-caliber team of dedicated and talented individuals.”

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