Mandy Tuong is president and CEO of InFaith Community Foundation, a public charity with over $450 million in assets under management and $1.5+ billion of committed gifts, making $35+ million in annual grants to charitable organizations across the world. InFaith partners with financial professionals to provide donors, organizations and professional advisors with resources such as donor advised funds, charitable giving expertise, charitable investments, and other options to give back to their communities in a way that expresses their values. Before her appointment as InFaith’s CEO, Mandy served for five years as its senior vice president and general counsel.
Mandy previously worked at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in Palo Alto, California, one of the country’s 10 largest foundations, which supports environmental conservation, patient care and science research. At Moore, she was lead counsel for the foundation’s programs, operations and grantmaking. She began her career in private practice at Leonard Street and Deinard LP (now Stinson), a national firm based in Minneapolis as a trusts, tax and estates and litigation attorney. She continued as in-house corporate counsel at Thrivent Financial.
In addition to Salo’s board, Mandy has served on a variety of boards and committees, including the Oberlin College Alumni Executive Board and President’s Advisory Council, MacPhail Center for Music, Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota and Minnesota Women’s Economic Roundtable.
Mandy received a J.D. with honors from the University of Minnesota Law School, and undergraduate degrees from Oberlin College in history (B.A.) and Oberlin College Conservatory in piano performance (B.M.). She also an alumna of Stanford University’s Executive Program.