Tina Sung is the Vice President for Federal Executive Networks at the nonprofit, nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service. In this role, she leads the design, development and implementation of the Ready to Govern program to onboard new political appointees and accelerate their understanding of how to get things done in government. She is also the creator of Ready to Serve, a one-stop resource for thousands of Americans interested in serving as a presidential appointee. She is a skilled facilitator and moderator of cross-sector executive roundtables to share best practices.
Sung works extensively at the political-career interface and brings to the Partnership years of multi-sector executive leadership experience. Her government experience includes key senior executive service positions in the Department of Health and Human Services and the Social Security Administration. She also served as Executive Director of the Federal Quality Institute in the Treasury Department. She was recruited out of federal service to be President and CEO of the American Society for Training and Development where she grew its global footprint and co-founded two companies.
Sung graduated cum laude from Princeton University and later completed Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government Program for Senior Managers and the Federal Executive Institute’s Leadership and Management Program. She was also a participant in the prestigious President’s Executive Exchange Program sponsored by the White House. Sung is a Certified Association Executive and a National Academy of Public Administration Fellow. She is a certified EQ 360 coach and recently completed her master’s degree in business dynamics. She serves on the board of the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics.