Deetken Insight welcomes June Sun to the team!

June 25, 2018

Deetken Insight is delighted to welcome June Sun to the team.

June joined Deetken Insight after completing her master’s degree in business analytics at the University of British Columbia. Driven by strong interest in advanced qualitative and quantitative analysis method, she is well-equipped with skills in operation optimization, predictive modeling and process simulation. Prior to the master program, she had three years of professional experience in leading projects related to audit, due diligence and M&A at KPMG China where she worked as an assistant manager and accumulated rigorous financial data analysis skills.

June enjoys outdoor activities especially snowboarding and hiking. As a CFA candidate, she plans to pursue CFA in the next couple of years. June holds a BA from Xi’an International Studies University and a Master of Business Analytics from the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia.

Check out June’s full bio on our About Insight page!

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