February 27, 2016

Hongda Jiang ’08 teaches pricing strategies to Entrepreneurship Club

Alumnus, Hongda Jiang ’08, teaches pricing strategies to Lewis & Clark Entrepreneurship Club.

Alumnus and Intel Finance Specialist Hongda Jiang ’08 recently returned to campus to lead a pricing model workshop for the Entrepreneurship Club. In reviewing general approaches to pricing, Hongda stressed the importance of structure when determining the value of a product or service. He took the group through a business school case study, where he taught students to structure problems in clear, quantifiable ways. Upon completion of the workshop, Hongda stayed to discuss career plans, business school, and Intel with interested students.   

After serving four years in the Army, Hongda attended Lewis & Clark, where he completed a double major in International Affairs and Foreign Languages (concentration in Russian). Upon graduation, Hongda spent time abroad working as a consultant in Russia, helping American companies do business in the country. After returning to Portland, he worked for Green Mountain Energy before heading to the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, where he interned at Boeing and PwC. Hongda joined Intel as an Enterprise Finance Specialist upon graduation from Ross. 

We are thrilled to have Hongda back at Lewis & Clark and look forward to his continued generosity to our community.