Finance Executive, Sutian Dong, Joins Vitamin Angels Board of Directors

By Madison Serrano

Sutian Dong, Finance Executive

SANTA BARBARA, CA., February 27, 2020. – Vitamin Angels, a global public health organization working to end malnutrition worldwide by distributing life-changing vitamins and minerals to undernourished pregnant women and children, announced today the appointment of finance executive, Sutian Dong, to its Board of Directors.

Dong has been a longtime advocate of women's empowerment, and is currently the founder of a new fund-of-funds vehicle. Dong was most recently a partner at Female Founders Fund (F3), a venture capital firm dedicated to investing in the exponential power of exceptional female talent. Previously, she was an investor in early-stage consumer internet at FirstMark Capital, a leading NYC-based venture firm, and she was director of marketing for Norisol Ferrar, a New york-based couture and luxury outerwear brand. Dong has additionally held sales and marketing positions at MarketFactory, a FirstMark portfolio company developing software applications for high-speed trading platforms. Dong holds a B.S. in finance and marketing from the Stern School of Business at New York University. 

“We are thrilled to be adding Sutian Dong to Vitamin Angels Board of Directors,” said Howard Schiffer, Vitamin Angels Founder & President. “Her extensive experience in finance along with her passion for empowering women and helping those less fortunate will add tremendous value to our board.”

As a new member of the board, Dong will leveraging her extensive network to fundraise, build brand partnerships, and provide strategic advisement to further expand Vitamin Angels’ nutrition intervention programs and global business.

About Vitamin Angels:
Founded in 1994, Vitamin Angels is a global public health organization working towards ending malnutrition worldwide by distributing life-changing vitamins and minerals to at-risk mothers and children under five in the U.S. and around the world. In 2019, Vitamin Angels provided vitamins and minerals to nearly 70 million mothers and children in more than 70 countries, including domestically in the U.S. Both Charity Navigator and GuideStar give Vitamin Angels their highest marks for financial transparency. To learn more, visit www.vitaminangels.org.

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