Ms. Kubach is a strategic real-estate development specialist with more than 22 years’ experience on multi-use developments including luxury hospitality, wellness and integrated resorts, multi-family, retail and non-profit institutions. She partners with internal and external clients to drive strategic thinking in the development of projects to enhance end-user experience and provide a return on investment. She has a keen eye for technical detail and provides in-house expertise for the development of new projects from planning to opening. Her expertise includes M&A due diligence, business strategy development, program development, contract negotiation, design team selection and management, budget preparation and analysis, construction administration and DEI strategy and implementation.
Prior to returning to Resonance Advisors, Tien-Yueh led the real estate development team for Marina Bay Sands, a Singaporean subsidiary of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation. During her time in Asia, she managed the day-to-day operations of the development team and led the transformation of the Development and Project Management department from a group of 15, concentrating on small projects, to a strategically focused and diverse team of more than 115 specialized experts poised to take on the challenges of MBS’ $6 billion development. She developed and embedded global “best practices” standards in the way they plan, reposition, design, and construct large scale projects while fostering a culture of collaboration and inclusivity between the internal and external global stakeholders.
Tien-Yueh also served as the Vice President of Technical Services at Tishman Realty & Construction, a privately held real estate development company in New York City. While at Tishman, she was responsible for the development, construction, and coordination of Tishman owned and operated hotel assets. Tien-Yueh was involved in acquisition and due diligence assignments where she was responsible for performing the property assessment and preparing the property improvement plans. In addition, Tien-Yueh served as the development advisor for Mr. Tishman’s pro-bono interests.
Tien-Yueh is currently a member of the President’s Council of Cornell Women and the Hospitality Diversity Action Council. Prior to her time abroad in Asia, Ms. Kubach served on the Board of Trustees for the Agnes Irwin School, an all-girls college preparatory school located in Villanova, PA. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Center for Loss and Bereavement and the Philadelphia/New Jersey Shore Chapter of the Cornell Hotel Society. Tien-Yueh is a Guidance Committee Member for the Independent Lodging Congress, a conference created to merge independent lodging thought leaders with a vivacious mix of influences from the worlds of business, technology, marketing, design hospitality and more.
Tien-Yueh has participated as a guest lecturer at NYU School of Professional Studies and Weidner University School of Hospitality Management. Ms. Kubach holds a B.S. in Hotel Administration with a concentration in Hotel Planning, Design and Construction from Cornell University.