600. Melinda Sung on Going from Intern to VP


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These days, it’s no secret that most people hop around multiple jobs in their careers. Gone are the days of having any expectation to retire from the same company you started at.

So, going from intern to VP is almost unheard of in the modern working world.

But my guest today, Melinda Sung, spent about a decade doing exactly that.

After finishing the marketing classes for her major early and needing to fill up some class time, Melinda decided to take some finance classes, which led to an internship.

And now she’s a VP.


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