Jung, a graduate of Princeton University, joined Avon Products, Inc. in 1994 as president, product marketing for Avon U.S. She was elected president, global marketing, in 1996; an executive vice president in 1997; president and a director of the company in 1998; chief operating officer in 1998; chief executive officer in 1999, which position she held to April 2012; and chairman of the board in 2001, which position she held to December 2012. Since January 2013, Jung has served as senior advisor to the Avon board of directors.
Previously, she was executive vice president, Neiman Marcus, and a senior vice president for I. Magnin.
Jung is also a director and former co-lead director of Apple Inc.; a member of the supervisory board of Daimler AG; former chairman of the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations; and a member of the board of trustees of New York Presbyterian Hospital.
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