Tina Chang is the CEO of SysLogic, Inc., an information technology services firm offering technology strategy consulting, custom software development and business intelligence solutions to clients in the manufacturing, healthcare, government and financial services industries. Prior to joining SysLogic in 1996, Chang worked for Accenture where she served as a business analyst and consultant to Fortune 500 companies.
Chang maintains a strong background in business leadership, technology and process development. She has demonstrated a dedication to community and professional development through her leadership and board responsibilities with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Area Chamber of Commerce, Professional Dimensions, Rotary Club of Milwaukee, Alverno College, YMCA-Metro Milwaukee, Boys & Girls Clubs-Milwaukee, Columbia St. Mary’s Health System, LISC Milwaukee, Milwaukee Film, Public Policy Forum, United Way, Weyco Group, and the United Performing Arts Fund, where she is currently Board Chair. She has been recognized in the community in various ways, including:
• The Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” award for the difference she has made in her profession and community (2004)
• The Governor’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Technology award (2005)
• United States Postal Service “Women Putting Their Stamp on Metro Milwaukee” award (2008)
• Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame Peak Performer award (2008)
• Professional Dimensions Sacagawea award (2013)
• The Business Journal’s Women of Influence – Innovation award (2013)
In 2009, Chang and SysLogic were awarded the United Performing Arts Fund Civic Partnership Award. SysLogic has also been a recipient of MMAC’s Future 50 award in 2001, 2004 and 2005, the Wisconsin Small Business Innovation Award in 2010, the Journal Sentinel’s Top Workplace Award in 2013, and Inc. 5000’s Fastest Growing Private Companies Award in 2013.
Originally from New York, Chang attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison and received a BBA degree with an emphasis in Marketing and International Business. Chang also attended the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, where she specialized in environmental accounting and European commerce, and the Darden School of Business at University of Virginia and the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College where she attended their Business Executive Programs on scholarship.
Chang is passionate about mentoring our city’s youth and she enjoys tournament bass fishing in her free time.