HOW WOMEN
ARE SHAPING THE
RISING GLOBAL
POWER

SUPCHINA WOMEN'S CONFERENCE 2021

May 12, Conference
7:00PM - 9:30 p.m. EDT
May 13, Gala
7:00PM - 9:00 p.m. EDT
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Attend and learn:

  • Be inspired by top businesswomen working in or with China and hear the latest trends coming out of their industries.
  • Honor world-class business women who have reshaped the U.S.-China business community.
  • Engage in exclusive networking with business leaders hailing from all over the world.
  • Explore how you can rise to the top of the China business community!

CONFIRMED CONFERENCE SPEAKERS AND CONTRIBUTORS

Hear from world-class women leaders

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Wei Sun Christianson

Co-CEO of Asia Pacific and CEO of China
Morgan Stanley

Wei Sun Christianson is a Managing Director, and Co-CEO of Asia Pacific and CEO of China for Morgan Stanley. She is also a member of the Firm’s Management Committee. She first joined Morgan Stanley in 1998 working in the Firm’s investment banking division. Between 2002 and 2005 she served as Chairman for China for Credit Suisse and subsequently for Citigroup Global Markets. She rejoined Morgan Stanley at the beginning of 2006 as the Firm’s CEO for China. Before starting her investment banking career, Wei Sun Christianson was an Associate Director at the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) where she helped formulate the regulations in preparation for the Hong Kong public listings of the first group of Mainland Chinese companies in 1993. Prior to this, she was a lawyer in New York with Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. Ms. Christianson has been named in Fortune magazine’s Most Powerful Women (MPW) “International list” for thirteen consecutive years since 2008. She was one of the Financial Times’ twelve “Women of 2013”. She has also been on Fortune’s “China Powerful Women” and Forbes’ “Businesswomen in China” lists since 2009. Ms. Christianson serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Estée Lauder Companies Inc. She is also a member of the Board of Advisors at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York. Ms. Christianson graduated cum laude from Amherst College, Massachusetts. In 1989 she received her J.D. degree from the Columbia University School of Law and is admitted to practice law in the State of New York. She is married with three children.

Wei Sun Christianson

Co-CEO of Asia Pacific and CEO of China

Morgan Stanley

WC2021 HONOREE

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Yue-Sai Kan

Emmy-winning television host and producer, successful entrepreneur, fashion icon, bestselling author and humanitarian

Yue-Sai Kan is an Emmy-winning television host and producer, successful entrepreneur, fashion icon, bestselling author, and humanitarian. People magazine called her "the most famous woman in China” and Time magazine proclaimed her "the Queen of the Middle Kingdom." In 1972, Yue-Sai created the weekly television series "Looking East", the first of its kind to introduce Asian cultures and customs to a growing and receptive American audience. The series garnered critical acclaim and won dozens of awards. In 1984, PBS invited Yue-Sai to host the first live broadcast of a television program from China on the occasion of the 35th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China. Two years later the television series "One World" produced and hosted by Yue-Sai aired on China’s national television network CCTV, with a weekly viewership of 300 million. It was the first time a non-Chinese citizen hosted a TV series in China. At that time with her broadcast in both China and the United States, she was the most watched woman in the world. Yue-Sai’s many other TV credits include the ABC documentary "China Walls and Bridges", which earned her a coveted Emmy Award, "Journey through a Changing China", which was syndicated across the country, and more recent shows including "Yue-Sai's World" and "Yue-Sai's World Expo". In 1992, Yue-Sai created the Yue Sai Cosmetics brand which grew into China’s leading Cosmetics Company, selling products in more than 800 outlets through 23 regional companies in China's major markets. More than 90% of the Chinese population today recognizes the brand, which was purchased by L'Oreal in 2004. Additionally, she has written 9 best-selling books, and in 2000, became the first and only living American featured on a Chinese government-issued postage stamp. Throughout her life, Yue-Sai has been deeply involved in charity work. She served and is still serving on the boards of a number of prominent charitable organizations in China and the United States, including the Shanghai Soong Qing Ling Foundation, Citymeals on Wheels, the Ellis Island Honors Society, and Prince Albert of Monaco's Philanthropy Round Table just to name a few. Since 2011, Yue-Sai has been helming the Miss Universe China Pageant. She uses the final pageant as Shanghai's most glamorous charity ball. Attended by hundreds of who's who of China, the charity has raised millions to support orphanages, cleft lip and palate correction surgeries, and scholarships for students in China's best music, TV, and film schools. In 2018, Yue-Sai was elected co-chairman of China Institute. She is dedicated to spearheading the 90-odd-year old organization’s efforts to move from Upper Eastside to Downtown Manhattan and continue its mission of advancing a deeper understanding of China through programs in Chinese language, culture, art, culinary art, and business.

Yue-Sai Kan

Emmy-winning television host and producer, successful entrepreneur, fashion icon, bestselling author and humanitarian

WC2021 HONOREE

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Connie Chan

General Partner
Andreessen Horowitz

Connie Chan is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz where she focuses on investing in consumer technology. Connie joined the firm in 2011 as a deal partner on the investment team during which time she worked on sourcing and diligence for numerous consumer tech deals including micro-mobility company Lime. Since becoming a general partner in 2018, she has led the firm’s investments in online events platform Run the World and audio learning platform Knowable. She also serves on the board of KoBold. Connie is deeply familiar with the Chinese consumer technology landscape and often tapped as an expert to translate how trends may move from Asia to the west. Before joining Andreessen Horowitz, Connie worked at HP leading its webOS efforts in China. She started her career as a private equity investor at Elevation Partners, investing in media and entertainment. She has been named to LinkedIn NextWave Top Professional 35 and Under, Wired's Next 20 Tech Visionary, and Fast Company Most Creative People 2017. Connie won a Sidney award for her writing on WeChat and is a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum. Connie received her B.A. in Economics and M.S. in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.

Connie Chan

General Partner

Andreessen Horowitz

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Angelica Cheung

Former founding editor of Vogue China and current Venture Partner
Sequoia Capital

Angelica Cheung was the editor-in-chief of Vogue China and played an integral role in the development of China’s fashion industry. Cheung launched the title’s first issue in September 2005. It sold out of its initial print run of 300,000 and had to be reprinted twice. Cheung resigned from her role in November 2020; her 15-year tenure has mirrored the growth of the world’s largest fashion market and a rapidly changing media landscape. The youngest of Vogue's editors-in-chief, Cheung was on the precipice of leaving her career in fashion to become a lawyer when she was offered the role. “At 36 or so, I was grown-up, experienced, worldly, and thought now was the time to finally become a lawyer.” Cheung had previously worked as an investment banker for Goldman Sachs. In 2019 Vogue China had a print circulation of 2 million and 35.1 million unique digital visitors. The publication put out 16 issues per year to meet demand and, according to Forbes, printed a full 200 more editorial pages than its American counterpart.

Angelica Cheung

Former founding editor of Vogue China and current Venture Partner

Sequoia Capital

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Sharon Chan

Head
Johnson & Johnson in-house incubator JLABS @Shanghai

Sharon is a passionate and respected global health leader with extensive experience in business and product development across pharmaceuticals, medical devices, vaccines and technology platforms. As Head of JLABS @ Shanghai, Sharon is responsible for setting the strategic direction and overseeing all operational activities for JLABS @ Shanghai, the first Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JLABS in Asia Pacific and the largest in its global network. Her responsibilities include managing the portfolio of JLABS in the region and collaborating with its internal and external business partners across multiple sectors to implement educational programming and drive high-quality company sourcing from innovation hotspots across Asia Pacific. In 2020, Sharon was recognized by Forbes China as one of the 50 Top Women in Tech. Prior to joining Johnson & Johnson, Sharon was Head of Asia at Aeras, where she established its Beijing office for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and focused on tuberculosis (TB) vaccines. She had previously served as a member of the Senior Leadership team for Baxter in Shanghai with responsibility for providing strategic direction and making deals to add to Baxter’s top line growth. She began her career working in Business Development for Sosei Heptares, a Japanese start-up turned international biopharma focused on CNS, immuno-oncology, gastroenterology, inflammation and other rare/specialty indications, based in London.

Sharon Chan

Head

Johnson & Johnson in-house incubator JLABS @Shanghai

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Anna Fang

CEO and Founding Partner
ZhenFund

Anna Fang is Founding Partner & CEO of ZhenFund, an early stage venture capital firm in China that invests in consumer, internet and technology companies. Anna led ZhenFund’s investments in unicorns such as RED (XiaoHongShu), Perfect Diary, Yitu, Horizon Robotics, VIPKID, Mia, NiceTuan (ShiHuiTuan), and Good Driver. She debuted on the Forbes “Midas List” in 2019 and was most recently ranked No. 26 in the publication’s list of “Top Tech Investors,” ranking her as the #2 female VC investor in the world. After graduating from Columbia University, Anna joined JPMorgan’s Consumer Healthcare and Retail group as an investment banker. She received an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business and joined GE China’s Corporate Business Development team before starting ZhenFund in 2011.

Anna Fang

CEO and Founding Partner

ZhenFund

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Wan Ling Martello

Founding Partner, BayPine, Former EVP, Nestle, former EVP Walmart, Current Board Member of Uber, Alibaba, and Stellantis

Wan Ling Martello is a Founding Partner of BayPine, a private equity firm. Ms. Martello has spent most of her career leading executive teams and organizations in the consumer products and retail industries and has significant expertise in technology-enabled business models and digital transformation. She has held leadership roles at Nestle, Walmart, NCH Marketing Service (a former subsidiary of Nielsen), Borden Foods and Kraft Foods. During her time at Nestle, Ms. Martello served first as Global CFO, where she revitalized the global finance organization, established a new data-driven resource allocation and portfolio management framework for the entire company. She was then appointed as CEO of Nestle’s Asia, Oceania, and sub-saharan Africa (AOA) business in 2015 and re- focused the entire business on driving growth and using digital transformation initiatives to drive greater consumer engagement. Under her leadership over a three-plus-year period, Nestle AOA shifted from underperformance to becoming a growth engine, and was the most profitable segment within Nestle with a revenue base of $22 billion. Ms. Martello’s significant expertise and accomplishments at the growing intersection of consumer products and technology across multiple geographies is further complemented by her board appointments to two of the world’s leading technology companies, Alibaba Group and Uber technologies. She is a member of the Committee of 100, a non-partisan leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, science, and the arts. She has appeared on Fortune Magazine’s list of most powerful international women on several occasions. She speaks multiple languages and has lived in Asia, North America and Europe.

Wan Ling Martello

Founding Partner, BayPine, Former EVP, Nestle, former EVP Walmart, Current Board Member of Uber, Alibaba, and Stellantis

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Jenny Ming

Iconic brand builder, Former CEO, Experienced Board Director
Levi Strauss, Poshmark, Gap, Old Navy

Jenny Ming is a seasoned retail and consumer product CEO with extensive board experience. She served as President and CEO of Charlotte Russe, a fast fashion/specialty brand from 2009-2019. Prior to Charlotte Russe, Ms. Ming was one of the founding members of the Old Navy executive team that conceived and launched this innovative retail concept and the first-ever value specialty brand targeting the modern family in 1994. She became Old Navy's first President from 1999 to 2006. Ms. Ming is currently on the board of Levi Strauss & Co., Poshmark, Affirm, Paper Source and the advisory board of Gorilla Commerce. Previously she has also served on the board of Kaiser Foundation Health Plans and Hospitals, and Barneys New York. Ms. Ming has been recognized by Fortune, Business Week, WallStreet Journal and the New York Times for outstanding leadership in business.

Jenny Ming

Iconic brand builder, Former CEO, Experienced Board Director

Levi Strauss, Poshmark, Gap, Old Navy

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Lorraine Hariton

President & CEO
Catalyst

Catalyst’s vision and mission have been a passion for Lorraine Hariton since college. Lorraine’s career has benefited tremendously from Catalyst’s work, and she is honored to lead the organization at this crucial time, to pay it forward to future generations, and to help write the next chapter in its 58-year legacy of accelerating positive change for women. Lorraine brings a strong and diverse background in technology, innovation, and partnering to her role as President & CEO. Her extensive career includes senior-level positions in Silicon Valley, as well as leadership roles across the private, nonprofit, and government sectors. She served as CEO of two Silicon Valley start-ups and held senior executive roles at IBM and other public companies. In 2009, she was appointed by President Obama to be Special Representative for Commercial and Business Affairs at the US Department of State. Most recently, Lorraine was Senior Vice President for Global Partnerships at the New York Academy of Sciences. Lorraine has been involved in women’s advancement leadership initiatives throughout her career. At the New York Academy of Sciences, she was instrumental in creating the Global STEM Alliance and its 1000 Girls, 1000 Futures program, a global mentoring initiative to help girls pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). At the US Department of State, Lorraine established the Global Entrepreneurship Program, the WECREATE program for women entrepreneurs, and the Secretary’s Council on Women’s Leadership. She has served on several boards of organizations committed to the advancement of women in the workplace, including the UN Women Global Innovation Coalition for Change, the Stanford Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and Watermark. Lorraine is the proud mother of Glen and Laura and enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, Moses and Alma, as often as possible. She is an accomplished triathlete who enjoys cycling, tennis, and all things outdoors. Lorraine holds a BS in Mathematical Sciences from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Lorraine Hariton

President & CEO

Catalyst

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Angela Chao

Chair and CEO
Foremost Group

Angela Chao is Chairman and C.E.O. of Foremost Group, an American shipping company with worldwide operations. Founded in 1964, Foremost Group is an industry leader in incorporating fuel-efficient designs and technology in its fleet of modern and eco-friendly bulk carriers and has a worldwide reputation for its commitment to reliability, exceptional performance and high ethical standards.

Angela Chao

Chair and CEO

Foremost Group

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Michelle Ng

Senior Associate
Pillsbury

Michelle Ng, Pillsbury Litigation senior associate fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese, advocates for her clients’ interests and helps resolve their legal disputes and regulatory matters efficiently. Michelle’s clients have included U.S. and Chinese corporations with operations in both China and the U.S. Additionally, she has also completed a secondment in the Legal and Compliance Department at the federal branch of a top-five Chinese state-owned bank in New York.

Michelle Ng

Senior Associate

Pillsbury

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Lili Zheng

Deputy Managing Partner, US Chinese Services Group
Deloitte

Ms. Lili Zheng is a senior US international tax partner with more than 30 years of experience in the field. She has substantial experience in cross-border tax planning and is responsible for Deloitte’s overall cross-functional services to multinational companies investing Asia as well as Chinese & Asian clients investing in the US. Leveraging on her extensive experience in Deloitte offices in San Francisco, Tokyo, Beijing, San Jose and Hong Kong, Lili provides practical and implementable solutions to MNCs on their cross-border investment structuring, IP planning, JV planning, M&A, entry and exit strategies. She is a trusted advisor with substantial experience in advising PE/VC funds and their portfolio companies in IPO positioning & restructuring to access different capital markets in the US, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and Taiwan. Fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese, Lili has a deep understanding of the unique considerations of companies from Asia Pacific on their cross-broader greenfield investments in the US and related supply chain impacts in various industries including but not limited to life sciences and healthcare, technology, financial services and manufacturing. Outside Deloitte, Lili is a member of the Board of Directors at Huayuan Science and Technology Association in Silicon Valley, and a member of BayHelix. Lili received her BS in Accounting and Finance from UC Berkeley and MS in Taxation from Golden Gate University. She is a licensed CPA in California and New York and a member of AICPA.

Lili Zheng

Deputy Managing Partner, US Chinese Services Group

Deloitte

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Elizabeth Harrington

CEO,
Hurun America

Elizabeth Harrington has worked and lived in China since 1981. Elizabeth began her career at Procter and Gamble in management. In 1981 she helped lead one of the first American joint ventures in China for the Quaker Oats Company. Elizabeth went on to lead several American companies in China: A.T Kearney, Pillsbury-Grand Metropolitan, and PricewaterhouseCooper's Global Strategy practice. Elizabeth has been privileged to work with and know China's top companies and entrepreneurs for many years. In addition to her corporate work, Elizabeth served on the Boards of Directors of the CME Group, The Warranty Group, and Temptation Foods/India. Elizabeth has long been a speaker on and advocate for women's development in China and worldwide.

Elizabeth Harrington

CEO,

Hurun America

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Haishan Fu

Director of Data
The World Bank Group

Haishan Fu is the Director of the World Bank’s Development Data Group and Co-Chair of the Bank’s Development Data Council. In this capacity Haishan leads and coordinates the development and implementation of the Bank’s development data agenda. She has been an active leader in the global statistical community, having served or currently serving as a member of the UN Secretary General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group on Data Revolution for Sustainable Development, Council Member of the International Statistical Institute, and Co-Chair of the Committee for the Coordination of Statistical Activities among over 45 UN and other international development agencies, among others. Prior to joining the Bank in 2014, Haishan was Director of the Statistics Division at UNESCAP, served as the first Chief of Statistics of UNDP’s Human Development Report, and worked as Senior Research Associate at the Guttmacher Institute and Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. Haishan holds a Ph.D. in Demography from Princeton University and a B.A. in Economics from Peking University.

Haishan Fu

Director of Data

The World Bank Group

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Veronica Chou

CEO and Founder, President
Everybody & Everyone, Iconix China Group, and Novel Fashion Holdings

Growing up witnessing polluting apparel production, intrigued by the potential of material science, and affected by the body ideals implanted by the fashion industry, Veronica Chou founded eco-innovative, size-inclusive womenswear brand Everybody & Everyone. Veronica has also led investments in the Karl Lagerfeld brand - growing it to a global fashion and accessories business with many profitable product expansions. She invests into a wide range of businesses, focusing on fashion tech and sustainability. Veronica was the President of Iconix China from 2008-2015, successfully launching 12 mass market American brands into China and opening over 1000 stores. She is a special advisor to the Copenhagen Fashion Summit.

Veronica Chou

CEO and Founder, President

Everybody & Everyone, Iconix China Group, and Novel Fashion Holdings

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Catherine X. Pan-Giordano

Partner and Corporate Group Head
Dorsey

Catherine X. Pan-Giordano is a Partner and Corporate Group Head in the firm’s New York office and leads the firm’s globally recognized U.S.-China transactional practice. As a highly skilled attorney and trusted advisor, and one of the most prominent Chinese-speaking business lawyers in New York, Catherine is relied on by our clients to handle their strategic corporate transactions and to solve complex legal problems for their business. She has a strong client following among some of the world’s largest corporations, financial institutions and business leaders. She frequently serves as their chief outside legal counsel. Catherine, together with the government grants lawyers and white-collar criminal defense lawyers at Dorsey & Whitney’s China Initiative Task Force, has successfully helped scientists, researchers, universities and research labs navigate the difficult territory of the Department of Justice’s “China Initiative” investigations and case. Catherine serves as a member of the Firm’s Management Committee, the executive body of the Firm.

Catherine X. Pan-Giordano

Partner and Corporate Group Head

Dorsey

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Christine Liu

Founder & CEO
sHero

For a decade Christine has been addressing the concerns of contemporary women in China. As a public speaker, producer, and Fortune500 workplace consultant, she covers a wide array of women’s issues – from breaking barriers and work-life balance, to health and wellness, to relationships and building self-esteem, advises corporations on HR, Leadership, and D&I spearheading panels, and delivering keynotes on a variety of related topics. Christine is the force behind this amazing organization driving impact on one of today’s most pressing issues in global business and management: Women in Leadership, and the derived impact on the economy, society, and a global world. She is also an alumnus of the world-class “Women and Power” program conducted by the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University

Christine Liu

Founder & CEO

sHero

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Jolyne Caruso

Divisional Vice Chairman, Global Wealth Management
UHNW at UBS

Jolyne is a Divisional Vice Chairman at UBS in the firm’s Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) division within the Global Wealth Management business. Jolyne joined UBS in July 2019. Jolyne’s area of focus is the UHNW business with a specific mandate to support the strategic growth objectives in the Americas UHNW segment. With a long track record of working with some of the world’s wealthiest families across multiple generations, she significantly bolsters the division’s efforts to deepen and develop new and existing UHNW client relationships. Ms. Caruso holds a B.A. with Hon­ors from Barnard Col­lege, Colum­bia Uni­ver­sity, and is Chair Emerita of Barnard’s Board of Trustees. She currently serves on the boards of Align Impact, LLC, the Institute of International Education- IIE, and is on the advisory council to Columbia University’s Entre­pre­neur­ship Pro­gram as well as an advisor to Golden Seeds Fund 1. She also served as the Managing Director – Head of Equities America at JP Morgan Securities from 1992 – 2001.

Jolyne Caruso

Divisional Vice Chairman, Global Wealth Management

UHNW at UBS

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Lu Zhang

Founder and Managing Partner
Fusion Fund

Lu Zhang is the Founder and Managing Partner of Fusion Fund, a renowned Silicon Valley based investor, a serial entrepreneur and a Stanford Engineering alumna. Lu is a World Economic Forum – Young Global Leader (Class of 2018), the Featured Honoree in VC of Forbes 30 Under 30 (2017), Silicon Valley Women of Influence (2018), Town & Country 50 Modern Swans – Entrepreneurship Influencer (2017), Top 10 All America Chinese Youth (2018) and was recently selected as the Best 25 Female early-stage Investor by Business Insider (2021). As one of the top female investors in America, Lu was featured in the book – Women Who Venture, and her story was a case study of UN Women Leaders in Action series. Prior to starting Fusion Fund, she was the Founder and CEO of a medical device company focused on non-invasive technology for the early diagnosis of Type II diabetes (acquired in 2012). Lu is a frequent speaker at tech events and conferences and also serves as a mentor and advisor to several tech innovation programs in Silicon Valley. Lu is the board member and chairman of the Youth Council of Future Forum and Future Science Award.

Lu Zhang

Founder and Managing Partner

Fusion Fund

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Lesly Goh

Senior Technology Advisor, former Chief Technology Office
The World Bank Group

Lesly Goh is the Senior Technology Advisor, former Chief Technology Officer for the World Bank Group. She is a Fellow at Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) Judge Business School and Senior Fellow at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Lesly brings extensive international experience, advising government policymakers and central banks on the regulatory impact from emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G, Cloud and Edge Computing. Prior to the public sector role, Lesly built a solid technology career in the private sectors such as Microsoft, Deloitte, and startups. She worked on many high-profile Data and AI initiatives in highly regulated industries such as Financial Services, Healthcare/Life Sciences, Agriculture and Digital Government, including Smart Cities designed for resilience. Lesly is on the Board of Director for Singapore GovTech and Harvard Advisory Board for (HPAIR). She is a member of the WEF Global Future Council on Data Policy to promote innovative thinking and shape a sustainable and inclusive future for all.

Lesly Goh

Senior Technology Advisor, former Chief Technology Office

The World Bank Group

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Jane Sun

CEO
Trip.com

ane Jie Sun is the Chief Executive Officer and a member of the board of directors of Trip.com Group Limited, the largest travel company in China and Asia, and the second largest in the world. She first joined the company as the Chief Financial Officer in 2005, later serving as the Chief Operating Officer and the Co-President, before moving into the CEO role in 2016. In the years since Ms. Sun joined, Trip.com Group has experienced a significant increase in its market capitalization, growing from about $1 billion to $20 billion, and has continued to rapidly expand its global footprint. Founded in 1999 with the mission of bringing the best travel experience to travelers, the company effectively adapted to the rise of mobile Internet, growing from a small tech company into a one-stop-shop for travel services for 400 million users worldwide. The company also has a firm belief in the ability for tourism to promote understanding and exchange, and to advance peaceful development. Ms. Sun led Trip.com Group’s expansion of its global presence by investing in the British travel search company, Skyscanner, and India’s largest online travel company, MakeMyTrip. The company also launched its own international brand Trip.com to serve customers from all over the world. As the only female CEO in China’s high-tech industry, Ms. Sun proactively advocates gender equality and has made it her mission to empower women to achieve balance and success in both their career and family lives. For example, Trip.com Group is the first company in China to offer oocyte cryopreservation as an employee benefit. Other female-friendly policies include birth gifts and commuter benefits for pregnant workers. At Trip.com Group, female employees represent over half of the total workforce and a third of senior management.

Jane Sun

CEO

Trip.com

Cocktail Room Speaker

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Lenora Chu

Int’l correspondent and Author

Lenora Chu is an international correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor, covering Europe and China’s influence abroad. She is also author of the award-winning book Little Soldiers, a narrative account of China’s education system. Published by HarperCollins with translations forthcoming in half a dozen languages, Little Soldiers won the Nautilus Award, ASJA’s 2018 nonfiction prize, and was also shortlisted for Stanford’s Saroyan International Prize. With 15 years’ experience in the U.S. and China, Lenora covers the intersection of politics, education, and culture. As a commentator on China and education, Lenora has appeared on NPR, CBS, BBC, and the CBC, and her articles and op-eds have been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Cut, and Business Insider, among others. A former media and management consultant, Lenora holds degrees in engineering and journalism from Stanford and Columbia Universities. In 2019, she was named to the Public Intellectuals Program of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations. She is currently based in Berlin, Germany.

Lenora Chu

Int’l correspondent and Author

Conference Emcee

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Wu Fei

Classically trained composer, vocalist and a renowned master of the guzheng

Wu Fei is a classically trained composer, vocalist and a renowned master of the guzheng — the 21-string Chinese zither. She has performed at venues as diverse as Beijing’s Forbidden City, Shanghai’s Expo 2010, New York’s MoMA, Vossa Jazz in Norway, the Europalia Festival in Belgium, and the Big Ears Festival in Tennessee. Wu plays in the guzheng’s vernacular — a musical language more than 2,000 years old – mixing Western classical and Chinese traditions with a contemporary sound. She composes for choir, string quartet, chamber ensemble, Balinese gamelan, and orchestra, and her many commissions have ranged from a composition for Percussions Claviers de Lyon to live performances for luxury brand Hermès. Currently, she is a composer-in-residence for the Chatterbird Ensemble in Nashville. Wu has collaborated with prominent artists from different genres, ranging from Béla Fleck, Abigail Washburn, and Billy Martin (Medeski-Martin-Wood) to avant-garde composers John Zorn and Fred Frith. She has released two solo recordings and one collaborative album with classical guitarist Gyan Riley. She received her training at the China Conservatory of Music and Mills College before immersing herself in the New York improvisational scene.

Wu Fei

Classically trained composer, vocalist and a renowned master of the guzheng

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Ying Lu

Co-host
Tech Buzz China

Ying Lu is the co-host of the top-rated Tech Buzz China, a show within the Sinica Podcast Network. She is also the Owner of Red Threads, a consultancy that has designed and led a number of strategic global innovation programs for China-based enterprises as well as technology clients such as Tencent and Baidu. She views business as a form of cultural diplomacy, and grew up hosting live events as part of Atlanta's Chinese American community.

Ying Lu

Co-host

Tech Buzz China

Gala Emcee

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Anla Cheng

Founder and CEO
SupChina

Ms. Anla Cheng is the Founder and CEO of SupChina, an independent digital China news, business, events, consulting marketplace platform and podcasts with social media/website. We inform and connect a global audience regarding the business, technology, politics, culture and society of China. Prior to this, Ms. Cheng ran a Family Office of Asian Hedge Fund of Funds. Centenium Capital. Her career included work as Asia Head, SVP at Robert Fleming, (bought out by JP Morgan). Her career began at Goldman Sachs, then Citi where she was a Pacific Basin analyst, then became an Asian Portfolio Manager for both Institutional and Private Wealth Group. Ms. Cheng received her MBA from the Wharton Graduate School of Business. She is a Trustee of the following Boards: Vice-Chair of China/US at TNC (The Nature Conservancy); Facing History and Ourselves(past Chair of China Project); Vice-Chair at China Institute; and past Trustee and current member of Committee 100. Ms. Cheng is also China/ Global Council Member of Brookings and a Member of NCUSCR. SupChina/Sinica (podcasts) have received multiple awards from Asia Society; the New York Chinese Cultural Center; Ascend; and The Chinese Cultural Foundation.

Anla Cheng

Founder and CEO

SupChina

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Josephine Lau

Executive Director, The Serica Initiative
SupChina

Josephine is the Executive Director of the Serica Initiative, the nonprofit organization operated by SupChina. Josephine has experience working in U.S.-China global health philanthropy, and previously practiced law at Davis Polk & Wardwell and Goldman Sachs. She has also worked as a financial journalist at the Bloomberg News Beijing Bureau, reporting on China’s institutional investors and outbound investments. Born in London and raised in Asia, Josephine earned her J.D. degree from Yale Law School, and her M.A. and B.A. degrees from Stanford University. She is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.

Josephine Lau

Executive Director, The Serica Initiative

SupChina

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Yang Lan

Chairperson
Sun Media

Yang Lan is a household name in China, as a leading broadcast journalist and media entrepreneur. She is the co-founder and chairperson of Sun Media Group, Sun Culture Foundation. She is also the founder and chairperson of Her Village Academy. She is the only person to have represented Beijing twice for its successful Olympic biddings. She was named as Goodwill Ambassador for 2010 Shanghai Expo. She is a Global Ambassador and International Board Member for the Special Olympics Movement and the first Chinese UNICEF Ambassador, and the vice-chairman of China Charity Alliance. Ms. Yang was honored with many awards, including Columbia University SIPA’s “Global Leadership Award”, the “National Philanthropy Award”, “Women’s Achievement Award” by All-China Women’s Federation, “40 Returned Scholars in 40 Years of China’s Reform and Opening-up”, the Paley Center for Media and AOL’s “Makers” award. She is one of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women by Forbes.

Yang Lan

Chairperson

Sun Media

Rising Star Judge

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Merit Janow

Dean of SIPA
Columbia University

Professor Merit Janow is an internationally recognized expert in international trade and investment, with extensive experience in academia, government, international organizations, and business. She is Dean of the Faculty and a Professor of Practice in International Economic Law and International Affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and affiliated faculty at Columbia Law. She is also Co-Director of the APEC Study Center and until recently Chair of the Faculty Oversight Committee of Columbia’s Global Center East Asia. Professor Janow is on the Board of Directors of several companies and not-for-profit organizations. In 2009, she became a charter member of the International Advisory Council of China’s sovereign wealth fund, the China Investment Corporation. In 2003 Professor Janow was elected as one of the seven members of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Appellate Body, the first woman to serve as a judge on the Geneva-based Appellate body. She was raised in Tokyo and speaks Japanese. From 1997 to 2000, she served as the Executive Director of the first international antitrust advisory committee of the U.S. Department of Justice. She was Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Japan and China (1989-93), responsible for all bilateral trade negotiations between the United States and both Japan and China.

Merit Janow

Dean of SIPA

Columbia University

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Amy Chua

Yale Professor and Author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother

Professor Amy Chua is the John M. Duff Professor of Law at Yale Law School. Professor Chua graduated from Harvard College in 1984 and Harvard Law School in 1987. While at Harvard Law School, Professor Chua was the first Asian American executive editor of the Harvard Law Review. After graduating, Professor Chua practiced for four years with the Wall Street firm of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, where she worked on international transactions throughout Asia and Latin America. She joined the Yale Law School faculty in 2001. Professor Chua is also the author of World on Fire: How Exporting Free Market Democracy Breeds Ethnic Hatred and Global Instability, as well as her 2011 memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, a runaway international bestseller translated into over 30 languages. In 2011, she was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.

Amy Chua

Yale Professor and Author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother

Rising Star Judge

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Amy Zhang

Executive Vice President Portfolio Manager
Alger

Amy Y. Zhang is Executive Vice President and Portfolio Manager of the Alger Small Cap Focus, Alger Mid Cap Focus and Alger Small Cap Growth strategies. She joined Alger in 2015 and has 24 years of investment experience. Additionally, Amy is a member of The Alger Partners Plan. During her tenure at Alger, she has been featured and quoted in a number of publications such as: The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, The New York Times, Citywire, Investor’s Business Daily, Bloomberg, Business Insider, Investment News, MarketWatch, China Business Network, Xinhua, Forbes, CNBC, and CNN. Alger was also recently awarded the number one position in Standout Funds Managed by Women on Morningstar.

Amy Zhang

Executive Vice President Portfolio Manager

Alger

Rising Star Judge

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Join us and celebrate two legendary women in business, Wei Sun Christianson and Yue-Sai Kan!
-Fortune Magazine has ranked Wei Sun Christianson on the “Most Powerful Woman International" list for 11 consecutive years.
- People magazine has called Yue Sai  Kan"the most famous woman in China."

Agenda

Two days, six sessions, twenty four speakers, and one networking group. All times shown are in EDT. All speakers shown are confirmed.

May 12  //  Conference

7:00 – 9:30 pm EDT
7:00 -7:05 pm

Opening Remarks

7:05 -7:15 pm

Opening Keynote

7:15 - 7:45 pm

Fireside chat - Shattering the glass ceiling in a corporate world

Hear from two leading female executives that helped grow some of the world's most leading brands into the businesses they are today.

7:45 - 8:30 pm

Panel - A snapshot of how women leaders are taking on business in 2021

Hear from some of the top names in the business as they discuss how China is impacting their industries and changing the face of how the world works

8:30 - 9:15 pm

Panel - The most powerful women in China VC

9:15 - 9:25 pm

Keynote Presentation

9:25 - 9:30 pm

Closing Remarks

May 13  //  Gala - Get Dressed Up!

7:00 – 9:00 pm EDT
7:05 - 7:25 pm

Announcement of This Year’s Next Gen Rising Star Award Winners

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Jolyne Caruso

Divisional Vice Chairman, UBS

Jolyne is a Divisional Vice Chairman at UBS in the firm’s Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) division within the Global Wealth Management business. Jolyne joined UBS in July 2019. Jolyne’s area of focus is the UHNW business with a specific mandate to support the strategic growth objectives in the Americas UHNW segment. With a long track record of working with some of the world’s wealthiest families across multiple generations, she significantly bolsters the division’s efforts to deepen and develop new and existing UHNW client relationships. Ms. Caruso holds a B.A. with Hon­ors from Barnard Col­lege, Colum­bia Uni­ver­sity, and is Chair Emerita of Barnard’s Board of Trustees. She currently serves on the boards of Align Impact, LLC, the Institute of International Education- IIE, and is on the advisory council to Columbia University’s Entre­pre­neur­ship Pro­gram as well as an advisor to Golden Seeds Fund 1. She also served as the Managing Director – Head of Equities America at JP Morgan Securities from 1992 – 2001.

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Lesly Goh

Senior Technology Advisor, The World Bank Group

Lesly Goh is the Senior Technology Advisor, former Chief Technology Officer for the World Bank Group. She is a Fellow at Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) Judge Business School and Senior Fellow at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Lesly brings extensive international experience, advising government policymakers and central banks on the regulatory impact from emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G, Cloud and Edge Computing. Prior to the public sector role, Lesly built a solid technology career in the private sectors such as Microsoft, Deloitte, and startups. She worked on many high-profile Data and AI initiatives in highly regulated industries such as Financial Services, Healthcare/Life Sciences, Agriculture and Digital Government, including Smart Cities designed for resilience. Lesly is on the Board of Director for Singapore GovTech and Harvard Advisory Board for (HPAIR). She is a member of the WEF Global Future Council on Data Policy to promote innovative thinking and shape a sustainable and inclusive future for all.

7:25 - 7:45 pm

Presentation of Outstanding Women-Focused Organizations

An introduction to women's focused organizations that are doing amazing work in 2021

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Christine Liu

Founder & CEO, sHero

For a decade Christine has been addressing the concerns of contemporary women in China. As a public speaker, producer, and Fortune500 workplace consultant, she covers a wide array of women’s issues – from breaking barriers and work-life balance, to health and wellness, to relationships and building self-esteem, advises corporations on HR, Leadership, and D&I spearheading panels, and delivering keynotes on a variety of related topics. Christine is the force behind this amazing organization driving impact on one of today’s most pressing issues in global business and management: Women in Leadership, and the derived impact on the economy, society, and a global world. She is also an alumnus of the world-class “Women and Power” program conducted by the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University

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Lorraine Hariton

CEO, Catalyst

Catalyst’s vision and mission have been a passion for Lorraine Hariton since college. Lorraine’s career has benefited tremendously from Catalyst’s work, and she is honored to lead the organization at this crucial time, to pay it forward to future generations, and to help write the next chapter in its 58-year legacy of accelerating positive change for women. Lorraine brings a strong and diverse background in technology, innovation, and partnering to her role as President & CEO. Her extensive career includes senior-level positions in Silicon Valley, as well as leadership roles across the private, nonprofit, and government sectors. She served as CEO of two Silicon Valley start-ups and held senior executive roles at IBM and other public companies. In 2009, she was appointed by President Obama to be Special Representative for Commercial and Business Affairs at the US Department of State. Most recently, Lorraine was Senior Vice President for Global Partnerships at the New York Academy of Sciences. Lorraine has been involved in women’s advancement leadership initiatives throughout her career. At the New York Academy of Sciences, she was instrumental in creating the Global STEM Alliance and its 1000 Girls, 1000 Futures program, a global mentoring initiative to help girls pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). At the US Department of State, Lorraine established the Global Entrepreneurship Program, the WECREATE program for women entrepreneurs, and the Secretary’s Council on Women’s Leadership. She has served on several boards of organizations committed to the advancement of women in the workplace, including the UN Women Global Innovation Coalition for Change, the Stanford Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and Watermark. Lorraine is the proud mother of Glen and Laura and enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, Moses and Alma, as often as possible. She is an accomplished triathlete who enjoys cycling, tennis, and all things outdoors. Lorraine holds a BS in Mathematical Sciences from Stanford University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

7:45 - 7:50 pm

Live performance by Wu Fei

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Wu Fei

Vocalist and guzheng master

Wu Fei is a classically trained composer, vocalist and a renowned master of the guzheng — the 21-string Chinese zither. She has performed at venues as diverse as Beijing’s Forbidden City, Shanghai’s Expo 2010, New York’s MoMA, Vossa Jazz in Norway, the Europalia Festival in Belgium, and the Big Ears Festival in Tennessee. Wu plays in the guzheng’s vernacular — a musical language more than 2,000 years old – mixing Western classical and Chinese traditions with a contemporary sound. She composes for choir, string quartet, chamber ensemble, Balinese gamelan, and orchestra, and her many commissions have ranged from a composition for Percussions Claviers de Lyon to live performances for luxury brand Hermès. Currently she is composer-in-residence for the Chatterbird Ensemble in Nashville. Wu has collaborated with prominent artists from different genres, ranging from Béla Fleck, Abigail Washburn and Billy Martin (Medeski-Martin-Wood) to avant-garde composers John Zorn and Fred Frith. She has released two solo recordings and one collaborative album with classical guitarist Gyan Riley. She received her training at the China Conservatory of Music and Mills College before immersing herself in the New York improvisational scene.

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7:50 - 7:55 pm

Introduction to The Serica Initiative

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Josephine Lau

Executive Director, The Serica Initiative

Josephine is the Executive Director of the Serica Initiative, the nonprofit organization operated by SupChina. Josephine has experience working in U.S.-China global health philanthropy, and previously practiced law at Davis Polk & Wardwell and Goldman Sachs. She has also worked as a financial journalist at the Bloomberg News Beijing Bureau, reporting on China’s institutional investors and outbound investments. Born in London and raised in Asia, Josephine earned her J.D. degree from Yale Law School, and her M.A. and B.A. degrees from Stanford University. She is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.

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7:55 - 8:15 pm

Live Presentations by The Honorees

Presenting the SupChina Women of the Year 2021 Lifetime Achievement Awards

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Wei Sun Christianson

CEO, Morgan Stanley China

Wei Sun Christianson is a Managing Director, and Co-CEO of Asia Pacific and CEO of China for Morgan Stanley. She is also a member of the Firm’s Management Committee. She first joined Morgan Stanley in 1998 working in the Firm’s investment banking division. Between 2002 and 2005 she served as Chairman for China for Credit Suisse and subsequently for Citigroup Global Markets. She rejoined Morgan Stanley at the beginning of 2006 as the Firm’s CEO for China. Before starting her investment banking career, Wei Sun Christianson was an Associate Director at the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) where she helped formulate the regulations in preparation for the Hong Kong public listings of the first group of Mainland Chinese companies in 1993. Prior to this, she was a lawyer in New York with Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. Ms. Christianson has been named in Fortune magazine’s Most Powerful Women (MPW) “International list” for thirteen consecutive years since 2008. She was one of the Financial Times’ twelve “Women of 2013”. She has also been on Fortune’s “China Powerful Women” and Forbes’ “Businesswomen in China” lists since 2009. Ms. Christianson serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Estée Lauder Companies Inc. She is also a member of the Board of Advisors at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) in New York. Ms. Christianson graduated cum laude from Amherst College, Massachusetts. In 1989 she received her J.D. degree from the Columbia University School of Law and is admitted to practice law in the State of New York. She is married with three children.

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Yue-Sai Kan

Emmy-winning television host

Yue-Sai Kan is an Emmy-winning television host and producer, successful entrepreneur, fashion icon, bestselling author, and humanitarian. People magazine called her "the most famous woman in China” and Time magazine proclaimed her "the Queen of the Middle Kingdom." In 1972, Yue-Sai created the weekly television series "Looking East", the first of its kind to introduce Asian cultures and customs to a growing and receptive American audience. The series garnered critical acclaim and won dozens of awards. In 1984, PBS invited Yue-Sai to host the first live broadcast of a television program from China on the occasion of the 35th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China. Two years later the television series "One World" produced and hosted by Yue-Sai aired on China’s national television network CCTV, with a weekly viewership of 300 million. It was the first time a non-Chinese citizen hosted a TV series in China. At that time with her broadcast in both China and the United States, she was the most watched woman in the world. Yue-Sai’s many other TV credits include the ABC documentary "China Walls and Bridges", which earned her a coveted Emmy Award, "Journey through a Changing China", which was syndicated across the country, and more recent shows including "Yue-Sai's World" and "Yue-Sai's World Expo". In 1992, Yue-Sai created the Yue Sai Cosmetics brand which grew into China’s leading Cosmetics Company, selling products in more than 800 outlets through 23 regional companies in China's major markets. More than 90% of the Chinese population today recognizes the brand, which was purchased by L'Oreal in 2004. Additionally, she has written 9 best-selling books, and in 2000, became the first and only living American featured on a Chinese government-issued postage stamp. Throughout her life, Yue-Sai has been deeply involved in charity work. She served and is still serving on the boards of a number of prominent charitable organizations in China and the United States, including the Shanghai Soong Qing Ling Foundation, Citymeals on Wheels, the Ellis Island Honors Society, and Prince Albert of Monaco's Philanthropy Round Table just to name a few. Since 2011, Yue-Sai has been helming the Miss Universe China Pageant. She uses the final pageant as Shanghai's most glamorous charity ball. Attended by hundreds of who's who of China, the charity has raised millions to support orphanages, cleft lip and palate correction surgeries, and scholarships for students in China's best music, TV, and film schools. In 2018, Yue-Sai was elected co-chairman of China Institute. She is dedicated to spearheading the 90-odd-year old organization’s efforts to move from Upper Eastside to Downtown Manhattan and continue its mission of advancing a deeper understanding of China through programs in Chinese language, culture, art, culinary art, and business.

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  • Exclusive networking with like-minded individuals
  • Interact with our speakers and panelists, ask them questions directly
  • A meaningful way to form new connections and opportunities
  • Learn how to get ahead in your career and how to maintain a healthy life/career balance
  • A chance to get dressed up in your best formal wear!
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SPONSORS

This event is made possible by the generous support of the following sponsors.

FD Gallery is a premier gallery based in New York City specializing in rare and museum quality jewelry

A U.S. law firm with a highly‐skilled team of attorneys and professionals that have extensive experience representing some of China’s largest corporations and private equity firms in both the U.S. and China.

Providing industry-leading audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services to many of the world’s most admired brands

With more than 40 China-focused attorneys, Pillsbury delivers local knowledge, global perspective and industry experience to the Chinese market

Fang Holdings is a top real estate internet portal in China where they offer direct sales services for new homes, online real estate brokerage services, and financial services. (CTA Fang.com)


The Long Family Foundation is a private nonprofit organization whose purpose is to support religious, educational, cultural and research endeavors.


UHY’s China Group offers audit, tax, consulting, and advisory services to companies expanding their global operations from and into Asian markets.

Discover Classic Jewelry & Gifts Perfect For Celebrating Any Occasion. Treat Yourself Or Your Love To Beautifully Crafted & Elegant Designs By Tiffany

Joel Kassimir MD is a world-renowned dermatologist based in New York City. His team is currently in the final stages of development for a micro-particle that will time-release neurotoxins such as Botox, rendering them safer and substantially longer lasting.

The Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Foundation's mission is to help young people access higher education and greater opportunities generally, while also supporting health care initiatives and U.S.-Asia cultural exchanges.

Brattle Street is a company that helps high school students get into their dream colleges  

Celebrating the spirit of this women’s conference, “Confetti” is a feature film about a Chinese mother who gives up everything to find a solution to a family secret in America.  A US/China co-production to be released in the US on August 20th, 2021.

East West Bank is one of the largest independent banks headquartered in California, operating over 120 locations in the United States and in China.

Trip.com Group Limited is a leading NASDAQ listed one-stop travel service provider comprising of Trip.com, Ctrip, Skyscanner, and Qunar, with over 400 million members, it has become one of the best-known travel groups in the world with the mission to "pursue the perfect trip for a better world."

We’ve got the global network, deep expertise and innovative vision to meet all your banking needs and more

Created for independent professional Asian women. The Club provides a platform for members to collectively advance key social issues, including education, culture, and philanthropy.

Lifestyle & wellness influencer with over one million followers across major Chinese social media platforms. Creating better life, better health, and better personal growth.

The Nature Conservancy is a global environmental nonprofit. Our mission is to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.

Ad Astra Ventures is an investment company dedicated to growing and empowering female founders in the earliest stages of their businesses.


Crescent Ridge Partners is a venture firm that provides seed capital to early stage startups focused on software, health & wellness, and femtech.


Gengsheng Lu is a Senior Vice President and a Private Wealth Advisor with Morgan Stanley. She offers comprehensive investment management and wealth planning services to a global clientele.

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THE SUPCHINA 2021 RISING STAR AWARDS

Join us on May 13, to honor the next generation of outstanding women leaders with ties to China

Winners will be announced for the following categories:

  • Non-profit Rising Star
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Winners will get the chance to speak at the SupChina Women's Conference and share their mission or brand with our audience, as well as receive a crystal award

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