Huntington Hospital announced today the election of Renée Ying to
its board of directors. She will be serving on Huntington Hospital’s
philanthropy and quality committees.
“Renée has been deeply involved in the Pasadena community
–as a business leader and in charitable organizations and causes,”
said Lori J. Morgan, MD, MBA, president and CEO, Huntington Hospital.
“I greatly value her experience, insight and counsel on our board
Renée was born in Taiwan and moved to California in 1980. She attended
California State University, Los Angeles for her master’s in business
administration. In 1985, Renée founded Engineering Design House
with her late husband, Jeffrey. The company provided design services to
aerospace companies and developed commercial ready products with aerospace
technologies. In 1991, Renée and Jeffrey founded I/O Controls Corporation
to offer advanced control systems for transit buses and specialty vehicles.
The control system, DINEX system, revolutionized the industry and was
the start of the “smart bus” era.
As the Chairwoman of I/O Controls, Renée continues to empower the
organization to be innovative, create value, and exceed expectations.
Renée has traveled extensively and has also given her time to assist
as orphanage aids in Tibet, Hospital for Street Children in Cambodia,
and other local projects.
“I’m honored to be joining Huntington Hospital’s board
of directors,” said Renée. “I have seen firsthand the
benefits the hospital provides our community, and I’m looking forward
to working with my fellow board members to help continue to bring world-class,
high-quality healthcare for generations to come.”
Renée has two grown children and lives in Pasadena.
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