Chang Sang (born on October 3, 1939) became the first female Prime Minister of South Korea when President Kim Dae-jung reshuffled his cabinet in 2002.
She holds a doctorate of philosophy from Princeton Theological Seminary and served as president of Ewha Women's University from 1996 until the prime minister appointment.
She was nominated as the prime minister candidate by the President Kim Dae-jung in 2002, however the nomination was rejected by the National Assembly.Graduated, Sookmyung Girls' High School
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Ewha Womans University
Master of Divinity, Yale University
Doctor of Philosophy in Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary