Amy Wang

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Director of Procurement Services

Amy Wang is the director of procurement services at the University of Michigan. As director, Wang is responsible for several critical university-wide functions, including purchasing, travel and expense, strategic sourcing, print/copy/mail, and property disposition.

The department manages an annual spend of $6 billion and supports the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses as well as Michigan Medicine. Wang’s department is also responsible for the annual university space survey as well as asset tracking.

Wang has more than 20 years of leadership and management experience in a variety of industries, including financial services, high tech, insurance, health care and higher ed. Prior to joining Procurement Services, Wang served as the executive director for information technology services at U-M's Information and Technology Services Division. At ITS, she had responsibility for the Computer Showcase Stores, Campus Computing Sites, Computer Tech Repair, Neighborhood IT Desktop Support, MIWorkspace, the ITS Service Center, and other key customer-centric and highly visible areas.

Before coming to U-M in 2013, Wang was the director of information services, information security officer, and diversity council officer at the Henry Ford Health System at West Bloomfield Hospital. Before that, she was with the Project Management Office at Health Alliance Plan, a managed care plan owned by the Henry Ford Health System. Wang also held a number of other key leadership positions at high tech organizations and worked closely with major companies like General Motors and Ford Motor Company.

Wang has a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University and a graduate degree in management from Walsh College. She is a graduate of the Leadership Academy of Oakland County and a member of the Asian Healthcare Leaders Association, the Project Management Institute, and the Council of Asian Pacific Americans. Wang is also active in the community, having served as a volunteer for the March of Dimes, the American Heart Association, Gleaner Community Food Bank, and her local school district.