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ABMS Appoints Margaret Jung As New COO
Date:12/1/2008

American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), the pre-eminent entity overseeing the certification of physician specialists in the United States, has appointed Margaret S. Jung, MBA, as the organization’s new chief operating officer. Her tenure begins today.

EVANSTON, Ill. (Business Wire EON) December 1, 2008 -- Jung has more than 20 years of experience working in various industries including nonprofit, consulting and financial services. Most recently, Jung was vice president and CFO for the global real estate function of American Express. Earlier in her career, Jung held various financial and management roles at National Futures Association, the self-regulatory organization of the commodities industry, Bostrom Corporation and the Chicago Stock Exchange.

"We are delighted that Margaret has joined our organization," said Kevin B. Weiss, MD, president and CEO of ABMS. Weiss noted that it is an exciting time in ABMS history, with the organization now advancing several new initiatives in conjunction with its 75th anniversary as a trusted public and professional resource. "Margaret's experience, management and leadership skills will be a valuable asset as ABMS and its 24 Member Boards work together to improve the quality of healthcare for all Americans."

Jung received her MBA from Northwestern University's J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management and her bachelor's degree in finance and economics from Elmhurst College. She is a resident of Glenview.

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Now in its 75th year, American Board of Medical Specialties is the pre-eminent medical organization overseeing physician certification in the United States. It assists its 24 Member Boards in their efforts to develop and implement educational and professional standards for the evaluation and certification of physician specialists. ABMS Member Boards provide physician certificati
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