Stephen Mong is the Founder and Managing Director of Orien Capital Management, LLC, a New York-based privately-held investment firm. He is also the Chief Financial Officer of Zaber Corporation, Inc., a San Francisco-based real estate investment and management company. Previously, Stephen was a senior member of the top-ranked Managed Care equity research team at Citigroup and held positions at the Investment Banking Division of JP Morgan, Jones Lang LaSalle, URS, and Foster Wheeler Corporation.
Stephen holds an MBA degree with Distinction from the SC Johnson College of Business at Cornell University, a Master degree in Engineering Management, and a Bachelor degree from Cornell University.
Stephen chairs the Membership Committee of the Dean’s Advisory Council of the College of Arts & Sciences at Cornell University. He serves on the Cornell University Council, the Committee for Alumni Trustees Nomination, the Cornell Alumni Board Nominating Committee, and the Major Gift Committee of Cornell University. He was honored as the Distinguished Alumnus by the Cornell Asian Alumni Association in 2018. Stephen is a trustee of Horace Mann School, a private N-12 school in New York City, co-chairs its Development Committee and serves on its Finance Committee. Stephen serves as a trustee for The WNET Group, the flagship PBS station and parent company of public media in the New York City tri-state area, and serves on its Finance, Audit, and Programming Committees. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the Alumni Association of Deerfield Academy, a private preparatory school in Massachusetts. He is a trustee emeritus of the Museum of Chinese In America in New York. Stephen is a member of the 1596 Foundation at the Sidney Sussex College of Cambridge University in the United Kingdom. Stephen lives in New York City with his wife Laura and three children, Jonathan, Catherine, and Sofia and their Golden Retriever Toro.