Tina has nearly ten years of experience helping clients resolve business challenges through the use of financial modeling, financial analysis and business processes. She is currently an audit manager on an international shipping and logistics enterprise.
Manufacturing, Logistics, Shipping
Prior to joining SLD, Tina worked for over four years at Ernst and Young in Taipei, Taiwan. As an Audit Supervisor at E&Y, she led audit teams in engagements with large multinational companies. She also oversaw finances for 40 student organizations while working at Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School.
Tina earned her MBA from Johns Hopkins University, Carey Business School. She has a B.B.A. in Accounting, and Finance, Investment and Banking from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Words from Tina (as featured in the May 2019 issue of our Employee Benefit Plans newsletter):
“The role of 401(k) plans in preparing employees for retirement continues to grow. Assets in these defined contribution plans now exceed $7 trillion. The amount of money in plans, coupled with the complicated rules and regulation they are subject to, make effective 401(k) administration an important consideration. Typically, plan sponsors delegate oversight of plan administration to a plan committee. Participants in 401(k) plans, therefore, are dependent on these plan committees to help ensure the plans are designed and being managed solely for their benefit. This is a huge obligation for the committees and, accordingly, the individual committee members should not take their responsibilities lightly. Ultimately, all participants will benefit from well-designed and administered plans.”