Thai Lee: Avoiding All the Spotlights

You may not have heard of Thai Lee, but Google her name and it becomes clear that news of her — in business circles, at least — swirls high and settles in calm, lofty locations: Forbes, Bloomberg, CRN, Leaders’ League.

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Jenny Just: The Deck Should Be Stacked — with Tech

US entrepreneur and fintech disruptor Jenny Just believes that girls should be taught to play poker. It’s a game that demonstrates strategy and risk-taking — two elements vital for business success. Growing up as a middle child surrounded by four

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Denise Coates: ‘Quiet Queen of Online Betting’ Who Keeps Out of the Spotlight

British business leader Denise Coates is the highest-earning woman in Britain — testament to the fact that the odds can sometimes be beaten. Easily able to pass unnoticed in public, Coates’s net worth was recently estimated by Forbes to be

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Ginger Krieg Dosier: Biotech Innovation Traces Path from Marine Structures to Carbon-Neutral Concrete

Portland cement production accounts for eight percent of global carbon dioxide emissions, and uses 10 percent of drinking water. Concrete, of which cement is the vital component, is the second-most consumed substance in the world after water. Every second, 1,000

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Arthur Huang: ‘We Take a lot of Risks — That’s How we Grow’

The company Arthur Huang co-founded with Jarvis Liu in 2005, Miniwiz, has been praised by The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and the World Economic Forum for its pioneering efforts to incorporate post-consumer recycling applications into a closed-loop building

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Clarisse Merlet: Building a Better Future, One FabBRICK at a Time

The fashion industry is known for glitz and glamour — but it’s one of the biggest polluters on the planet. According to a report from the UN Environment Programme, it’s responsible for an estimated eight percent of global carbon emissions,

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Balsam Al-Ayoub: Cut and Thrust for Multi-talented Philanthropist

Balsam Al-Ayoub has been fighting for Kuwait — and gender equality — since she was a child. Al-Ayoub’s parents encouraged her and her sister, Lulwa, to get involved in sports at an early age. The sisters gravitated towards fencing, even

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Anna Radulovski: ‘Mompreneur’ Shares Struggles and Wins: is This the Next Unicorn in the Making…?

Anna Radulovski doesn’t just want to make money — she wants to make impacts. Born and raised in the Ukraine, Radulovski now calls California home. In a podcast interview focused on empowerment and leadership, Radulovski spoke of her struggles —

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Dr Chitwan Malhotra: Healthcare Hands Meet Across the Waters in Push for Rebuild

The global pandemic has exposed the flaws and inequalities of the world’s healthcare systems. But doctor Chitwan Malhotra, the executive director of the UNSDG Health Partnership in Geneva, believes it also represents an opportunity to build back better. “I believe

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Dame Helena Morrissey: Women Rising to the Top and Helping Business to Flourish

Dame Helena Morrissey understands how isolating and intimidating it can be for women in the male-dominated financial sector. She’s a seasoned expert with over three decades of experience in the financial services sector. During her 15-year tenure as CEO of

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