Fanny Chu-Fong, Consultant, joined Grenzebach Glier and Associates in 2012, bringing more than 14 years of experience in management and fundraising roles in higher education and cultural organizations.
Prior to joining GG+A, Fanny most recently served as Director of the Global Alumni Network at the University of Pennsylvania, a position she held since 2003. In this capacity, she was responsible for building and maintaining long-term relationships between alumni and the University of Pennsylvania’s four undergraduate and twelve graduate and professional schools. She also served as the primary Alumni Relations liaison on the regional rollout of the University’s comprehensive campaign Making History, overseeing all logistics, including event details with internal and external constituents, and driving attendance to achieve the University’s goals for increased engagement.
Previously, Fanny served for four years as Administrative Director for Maccabi USA/Sports for Israel (MUSA/SFI). While in her role as Administrative Director, Fanny was responsible for the budget and financial operations, management of professional staff, event-planning, and day-to-day administration. She helped to prepare a US team for the World Maccabiah Games in 2002, amidst the Intifada and resulting conflicts.
Fanny began her career as a Senior Consultant for Ernst & Young, Real Estate Group. She was responsible for conducting applicable field work in the execution of due diligence for appraisals of hotels, offices, industrial parks, and mixed-use facilities. She performed feasibility and valuation studies for larger properties, examining and performing market research, supply and demand analysis, forecast modeling, and site visits and interviews with clients.
Fanny holds a bachelor’s of arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as a master’s degree of Management in Hospitality from Cornell University.
- Boy Scouts of America
- University of California, Los Angeles
- Carthage College
- University of Colorado at Boulder
- Knox College
- Oregon State University