New York, NY
Sandy Leung is General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Bristol-Myers Squibb. Sandy joined Bristol-Myers Squibb in 1992 as a staff attorney in the litigation department. In 1996, she became assistant counsel and one year later, was named associate counsel. In 1999, Sandy was appointed to the position of counsel and corporate secretary. In 2006, she was appointed acting general counsel and in 2007, she was named general counsel.
Before joining the company, Sandy spent eight years as a prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and was one of New York City’s first Asian-American female prosecutors. During her time there, she was part of the original special victims unit.
Sandy earned her law degree from Boston College of Law and her bachelor’s degree from Tufts University. She is married with two teenage sons.