Jason Yang Chen

Jason Yang Chen

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

  • WALNUT CREEK CALIFORNIA

Work History

Work History

CEO (SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA)

Costco Wholesale Corporation
Aug 2013 - Present
  • Communicate company strategy to board of directors.
    Attend board meetings.
    Oversee revenue generation.
    Preside over operations.
    Identify ways to maximize revenue.
    Work with audit committee to prepare budgets.
    Analyze financial reports.
    Ensure company policies and procedures are followed by each department.
    Attract, retain and motivate staff.
    Report and share information with the board to ensure they are kept fully informed on the condition of the organization and important factors influencing it.
    Setting up the goals for the sales each quarter.
    Ensure the employees and customers relations. 
    Sets goal, monitor work, and evaluate results to ensure that departmental and organizational objectives and operating requirements are met and are in line.
    Work alongside all department leaders, executive directors.

Branch Manager Assistant

J.P Morgan Chase
May 2008 - Aug 2010
  • Supervise activities of the branch.
    Bring in new customers and boosts profits
    Create and analyze management information and reports.
    Coordinate activities among different branches all over the country.
    Help branch manager make policies.
    Set targets and ensure they are met.
    Train and supervise staff.
    Hire and terminate staff according to needs.
    Interact with local chambers of commerce, development agencies, solicitors, accountants.
    Handle customer complaints.
    Market and publicize new and existing products and services introduced by the bank.
    Follow all banking polices as determined by the board of directors or owners of the bank.

Education

Education

MBA

University of Southern California
Sep 2011 - Jun 2013
  • comprehend the theories and practices of business, accounting, management, marketing, and economics as taught on the graduate level
  • apply these theories and practices to decision making, problem-solving, and managing strategically in business and nonprofit organizations
  • analyze problems and challenges facing businesses and nonprofits in the 21st century
  • construct feasible and practical models and strategies to meet those problems and challenges
  • evaluate the effectiveness and success of those strategies
  • employ leadership and team-building skills to effectively attain those strategies.

Business Administration

San Francisco State University
Sep 2008 - Jun 2010

Generally prepares individuals to plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of a firm or organization. Includes instruction in management theory, human resources management and behavior, accounting and other quantitative methods, purchasing and logistics, organization and production, marketing, and business decision-making.

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I'm Chinese citizen who was born in Dalian, China in the year of 1986. I have been to the United States with my parents since the year of 2000 as an immigrant. I consider myself to be a person who has good personality, down to earth, and easy going. As a Chinese, I love my country & hometown, and this is the reason for me to decide to moving back to China after my graduation of master degree with some great working experience. I'm bilingual in both Chinese & English (native speaker level). Known how to use Microsoft office and basic photoshop skill.