Mee-Jung is the President of InsureTech Connect, the world's largest insuretech event, bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, and insurance industry incumbents. The organization hosts events each year in the US and in Asia.
Previously, Mee-Jung was the managing director of the Metlife Digital Accelerator powered by Techstars. In that role, Mee-Jung focused on working with top insurtech entrepreneurs around the world.
Before Techstars, Mee-Jung was the co-founder and director of Jefferson Investors, a seed-stage angel fund based in Hartford, Connecticut. Mee-Jung was also the founder and CEO of the tech startup Voncierge. She has worked as a corporate intellectual property attorney at Cleary Gottlieb and as a quantitative hedge fund analyst at Geode Capital Management.
Mee-Jung is the author of the book Harvard vs. Seoul National University, published in South Korea in 2005.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Mee-Jung has a bachelor's degree in computer science and economics from Harvard University and a JD from Yale Law School.
In her free time she enjoys scuba diving, bikram yoga, golf, reading, and traveling. Mee-Jung is most excited about the possibility of traveling to outer space in her lifetime.
Mee-Jung began her fellowship at Jefferson Investors and completed it at TechStars. She is a member of Class 21 and was mentored by Crystal McKellar of Mithril Capital Management and Mike DeVries (Class 6) of Wakestream Ventures.