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Sonia Sng

At Intuit, Sonia is building on her lifelong advocacy of D&I initiatives, following co-chairing the Women’s Network in her previous role at Visa. She has served on the Steering Committee of Intuit’s Women’s Network, and has co-hosted intersectional International Women’s Day activities. She was recently named to Enterprise Management 360’s “Top 10  Influential BAME Tech Leaders” list. Currently, Sonia is on the board of directors of the Close the Gap Foundation (previously known as SPARC Initiative), a non-profit in San Francisco Bay Area, focused on empowering the next generation of young leaders, especially those from underprivileged and underrepresented backgrounds, to achieve their dreams through project-based learning and mentorship. She mentors individuals from diverse backgrounds globally, and shares her story via a blog.

Sonia Sng

Driven by her upbringing in Singapore, Sonia has a lifelong appreciation for multicultural environments and has led globally diverse teams around the world. During the 17+ years she was in Visa, she championed a host of diversity & inclusion initiatives to counter potential biases. In 2017, she co-hosted a Visa volunteer event with Peninsula College Fund to help low-income ethnic minority students navigate the journey from college to career. She was also the Co-chair for Visa Women’s Network in 2017, and up until April 2018 when she joined Intuit.  Sonia now sits on the steering committee of Intuit’s Women Network and she is determined to continue her diversity work at Intuit and committed to building a pipeline of diverse talent. Externally, she mentors individuals with diverse backgrounds, including payment professionals around the world, women from the charities and social enterprises sector around the world, and ethnic minority talent in Tech, to help them fulfill their potential and reminding them they are worthy. In June 2018, Sonia joined the board of SPARC Initiative, a non-profit in San Francisco, focused on empowering the next generation of young leaders, especially those from underprivileged and underrepresented backgrounds, to catalyze and achieve their dreams through project-based learning and mentorship. 

Sonia Sng

A Singapore-born Chinese, Sonia is a Director of Business Operations at Intuit, leading a team of 200 people responsible for payroll tax operations and risk operations. Throughout her career, Sonia has been driven by a lifelong appreciation for multicultural environments, and has led globally diverse teams around the world. During the 17+ years she was in Visa, she had championed a host of Diversity and Inclusion initiatives to counter potential biases and perceptions,. Last year, she co-hosted a Visa volunteer event with Peninsula College Fund to help low-income ethnic minority students navigate the journey from college to career. She was also the co-chair for Visa Women’s Network up until April 2018 when she joined Intuit. She has been an active mentor for a number of years, and is determined to continue her diversity work at Intuit and committed to building a pipeline of diverse talent. Externally, Sonia was a mentor for Aspire Foundation, mentoring aspiring women from the charities and social enterprises sector around the world of various backgrounds. She is currently a mentor for Everwise, to elevate Women in Tech.