Rola Abu Manneh (Chief Executive Officer at Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) UAE)

Rola Abu Manneh

Chief Executive Officer at Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) UAE

Rola Abu Manneh is the CEO of Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) UAE and was the first Emirati woman to head a bank in the UAE. In her role, Ms. Abu Manneh has been responsible for transforming the UAE business into one of the five largest markets for the Standard Chartered Group. In January 2023, she joined as a director on the board of SCB (Pakistan) Limited. Prior to SCB, Ms. Abu Manneh was general manager of First Abu Dhabi Bank’s Wholesale Banking Group before becoming the head of corporate and investment banking for Abu Dhabi. Ms. Abu Manneh champions women empowerment and female entrepreneurship through different initiatives and is committed to supporting the wider community, in collaboration with leading partners. She is a member of the Global Council for Sustainable Development Goal 5, Gender Equality (SDG5), on the board of directors of the Dubai International Chamber, and a member of the NYUAD Vice Chancellor’s Leadership Council.

Marco Alverà (Chief Executive Officer at Tree Energy Solutions (TES))

Marco Alverà

Chief Executive Officer at Tree Energy Solutions (TES)

Marco Alverà is the co-founder of Zhero, a renewable energy company, as well as a shareholder and CEO of TES, the world’s leading hydrogen and renewable gas company. Mr. Alverà has more than 20 years of senior management experience in Europe’s most relevant energy companies. He is also the author of The Hydrogen Revolution, selected as one of the Financial Times’ best books of 2021. Mr. Alverà began his career at Goldman Sachs in London before starting and selling a telecom company, then moving to Enel, today one of the world’s largest green electricity companies. He subsequently moved to Eni, where he worked for more than 10 years until becoming chief midstream officer supervising the largest European gas portfolio. From 2016 to 2022 he was the CEO of Snam, where he positioned the company as an international leader in green hydrogen and green gas infrastructure. Since 2017 he has been a nonexecutive director of S&P Global, where he is also chair of the finance committee. He is also a member of the executive board and of the steering committee of the Giorgio Cini Foundation in Venice and a visiting fellow of the University of Oxford. Mr. Alverà is co-founder of the Kenta Foundation, active in promoting gender balance and combating educational poverty. Born in New York, he holds a degree in philosophy and economics from the London School of Economics.

Zak Brown (Chief Executive Officer at McLaren Racing)

Zak Brown

Chief Executive Officer at McLaren Racing

Zak Brown, as CEO of McLaren Racing, is responsible for the business, including strategic direction, operational performance, marketing, and commercial development. In his role Mr. Brown leads McLaren’s direction and involvement in professional motorsport, spearheaded by the McLaren Formula 1 team. Operating at the pinnacle of global motorsport, McLaren uses the white heat of competition to drive innovation and develop synergies across the group. Born and raised in California, Mr. Brown raced professionally around the world for 10 years before developing his skills in motorsport’s business and commercial worlds. In 1995, he founded JMI, which, under his leadership, grew to become the world’s largest and most successful motorsport marketing agency. When JMI was acquired by CSM, a division of Chime Communications, in 2013, Mr. Brown became the company’s CEO. He then relinquished that post to embark on his journey at McLaren in 2016. Recognized by a range of industry bodies and publications, including the Power F1 list, he was inducted into the Sports Business Journal 40 Under 40 Hall of Fame (having been listed three times), Promo Marketer of the Year, and JMI appeared five times in Inc.’s annual list of the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. Mr. Brown co-founded and co-owns United Autosports, a professional racing team that competes in international sportscar racing, the Supercars Championship in Australia, and various historic racing events worldwide. He is an avid collector of historical documents, sporting memorabilia, and both road and racing cars.

Stefano Buono (Chief Executive Officer at Newcleo)

Stefano Buono

Chief Executive Officer at Newcleo

Stefano Buono, a nuclear physicist and successful entrepreneur, started his career working for 10 years with Nobel Laureate Carlo Rubbia at CERN and CRS4, in the field of accelerator driven systems and nuclear waste transmutation. He founded Advanced Accelerator Applications in 2002; the company was listed on Nasdaq until its acquisition by Novartis for $3.9 billion. He co-founded and incorporated U.K.-headquartered nuclear technology company newcleo, in 2021, and he now serves the company as CEO. Mr. Buono is the chairman of various organizations, and the founder of Elysia Capital, his family office. The author of numerous scientific publications, he received his master’s degree in physics from the University of Turin.

Laura Cha (Chairman at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd.)

Laura Cha

Chairman at Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd.

Laura Cha is the chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd. and a member of the Hong Kong-U.S. Business Council. Mrs. Cha is also an independent nonexecutive director of Ant Group Co., Ltd.; a senior international adviser of Foundation Assets Management Sweden AB; and a member of Sotheby’s international advisory board. In addition, she is vice chairman of the International Advisory Council of the China Securities Regulatory Commission and a director of the World Federation of Exchanges. Mrs. Cha became the first, and to date, the only person outside Mainland China to join the Central Government of the People’s Republic of China at the vice ministerial rank when she was appointed as vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission in 2001. She served in that position until 2004. Mrs. Cha worked for the Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong from 1991 to 2000, becoming its deputy chairman in 1998. Mrs. Cha was a member of executive council of the Government of Hong Kong from 2004 to 2022. She was also chairman of the Financial Services Development Council of Hong Kong from 2013 to 2018, and chairman of the University Grants Committee from 2007 to 2011. She was awarded a Silver Bauhinia Star in 2001, a Gold Bauhinia Star in 2009, and the Grand Bauhinia Medal in 2017 by the Hong Kong government for her public service.

Natarajan Chandrasekaran (Chairman at Tata Sons)

Natarajan Chandrasekaran

Chairman at Tata Sons

Natarajan Chandra is the chairman of Tata Sons, the holding company for Tata Group. Mr. Chandra joined the board of Tata Sons in 2016 and was appointed chairman in 2017. He also chairs the boards of several group operating companies, including Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), of which he was the CEO from 2009 to 2017. His appointment as chairman of Tata Sons followed a 30-year career at TCS, during which he assumed roles of greater responsibility to become the CEO and managing director. Under his leadership, TCS generated total revenues of US $16.5 billion in 2015-16 and consolidated its position as the largest private-sector employer in India and the country’s most valuable company. Since assuming the role of chairman, Mr. Chandra has been driving transformation of the group toward digital, sustainability, and supply chain resilience. The group has forayed into new businesses, including electronics manufacturing, consumer internet platform, and mobile technology for 5G in India. With the acquisition of Air India, Tata Group is building a large global airline. The group’s turnover stood at more than US $125 billion, with a market cap of US $311 billion, as of 31 March 2022. In addition to his role at Tata, Mr. Chandra is on the international advisory council of Singapore’s Economic Development Board. He is the chairman of the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, and president of the court at the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. He is a member of the Mitsubishi's international advisory committee and co-chair of the India-US CEO Forum. Mr. Chandra was conferred with the Padma Bhushan, one of India’s highest civilian awards, in the field of trade and industry in 2022, and has been awarded with several honorary doctorates. He is the author of Bridgital Nation, a groundbreaking book on harnessing technological disruptions to bring Indians closer to their dreams.

David Cordani (Chairman and CEO of The Cigna Group)

David Cordani

Chairman and CEO of The Cigna Group

David Cordani has served as Cigna’s CEO since 2009 and was appointed chairman in 2002. Cigna is a global health company committed to creating a better future built on the vitality of every individual and every community. With Cigna Healthcare, its benefits portfolio, and Evernorth Health Services, its health services portfolio, Cigna has more than 70,000 co-workers and serves more than 190 million customer relationships worldwide. Since joining Cigna in 1991, Mr. Cordani has served in senior leadership roles and, during his tenure, the group has grown into a Fortune 12 global health company. Mr. Cordani brings a deep understanding of customer engagement and brand building, as well as the critical role data analytics and digital capabilities play in achieving improved and more personalized care experiences and outcomes. He offers unique perspective and insight into the health services industry and opportunities for innovation with health delivery models, and is actively engaged in public policy to help further Cigna’s mission. Mr. Cordani leads the company in advancing its ESG areas of focus, including expanding and accelerating sustainable health care, health equity, and enterprise diversity, equity, inclusion, and equality. Cigna’s progress has been recognized by prominent organizations, including the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices for five consecutive years. He is also the co-author of the bestselling book The Courage to Go Forward: The Power of Micro Communities. Mr. Cordani currently serves in various capacities with the Achilles International Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans, the Cigna Foundation, and the David and Sherry Cordani Family Foundation. He is an executive committee member of America’s Health Insurance Plans and previously served as board chair. With a commitment to international business relations, Mr. Cordani also served as chairman of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s U.S.-Korea Business Council and on the U.S.-India Business Council’s board of directors.

Fadi Ghandour (Executive Chairman at Wamda Group)

Fadi Ghandour

Executive Chairman at Wamda Group

Fadi Ghandour is the executive chairman of Wamda Group, a platform that invests, nurtures, and builds entrepreneurship ecosystems across the Middle East and North Africa. Mr. Ghandour is also the co-founder of Aramex, one of the leading global logistics companies, based in Dubai. He served the first 30 years of his work life as CEO of Aramex, building the company to become one of the leading emerging-market logistics companies and making it the first company from the Arab world to be listed on Nasdaq. Passionate about impact and social entrepreneurship, he founded and chairs Ruwwad for Development, a private sector-led community engagement platform that helps communities across several countries in the MENA region overcome marginalization through activism, civic engagement, education, and financial inclusion.

Paul Hudson (Chief Executive Officer at Sanofi)

Paul Hudson

Chief Executive Officer at Sanofi

Paul Hudson is reshaping Sanofi into a modern health care company, with the ambition to transform the practice of medicine. Driven by a purpose to chase the miracles of science to improve people’s lives, Mr. Hudson and the Sanofi teams are focusing efforts to discover, develop, and make accessible breakthrough medicines and vaccines for people around the world. Under his leadership, the company has prioritized social impact by putting diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as health and environmental sustainability, at the core of its long-term strategy. Before joining Sanofi, Mr. Hudson was CEO of Novartis Pharmaceuticals from 2016 to 2019, and a member of the Novartis executive committee. His career in health care has spanned the globe, with assignments in the U.S., Japan, and Europe. Prior to Novartis, he worked for AstraZeneca, where he held several increasingly senior positions and most recently carried out the roles of president, AstraZeneca U.S., and executive vice president, North America. He began his career in sales and marketing roles at GlaxoSmithKline U.K. and Sanofi-Synthélabo U.K. Mr. Hudson holds a degree in economics from Manchester Metropolitan University in the U.K., and in July 2018 his alma mater awarded him an honorary doctor of business administration degree for his achievements in industry.

Ray O. Johnson (Chief Executive Officer at Technology Innovation Institute (TII))

Ray O. Johnson

Chief Executive Officer at Technology Innovation Institute (TII)

Dr. Ray Johnson is the CEO of TII, the applied research pillar of Abu Dhabi’s Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC). Before joining TII, he was an operating partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, a top-tier American venture capital company, and earlier served as corporate senior vice president and chief technology officer of the Lockheed Martin Corp., in Maryland, USA. Dr. Johnson holds PhD and MS degrees in electrical engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology in Ohio, USA.

Margery Kraus (Founder and Executive Chairman of APCO Worldwide)

Margery Kraus

Founder and Executive Chairman of APCO Worldwide

Margery Kraus is founder and executive chairman of APCO Worldwide, a global consulting firm advising CEOs, boards of directors, and senior public-sector leaders on a range of issues, including business strategy, public affairs, geopolitics, market-entry, communications, transformation, and change management. Ms. Kraus founded APCO in 1984 and transformed it from a company with one small Washington, DC, office to a multinational consulting firm in major cities throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. In 2004, Ms. Kraus led a management buyout of her firm, making APCO one of the world’s largest privately owned consulting firms in its field and the largest that is certified majority women-owned. APCO was built almost entirely through organic growth. Ms. Kraus achieved this growth by fusing the best local talent and experience with global perspective and best practices, resulting in an international firm with a unique culture based on seamless teamwork and common values.

Ynon Kreiz (Chairman and CEO of Mattel, Inc.)

Ynon Kreiz

Chairman and CEO of Mattel, Inc.

Ynon Kreiz is chairman and CEO of Mattel, a leading global toy company and owner of one of the world’s strongest portfolios of children’s and family entertainment franchises. He joined the company as CEO in April 2018 and was appointed chairman the following month. Mr. Kreiz has led a multiyear transformation strategy that established Mattel as an IP-driven, high-performing toy company. Under his leadership, Mattel has achieved significant improvements across multiple key financial metrics; grew its EBITDA almost eightfold, to nearly $1 billion; achieved gross billings growth for four consecutive years in constant currency; and meaningfully strengthened its balance sheet. During Mr. Kreiz’s tenure, Mattel has established its ESG strategy and goals and has been recognized for its achievements in workplace culture and employee well-being by numerous well-known indexes. Under Mr. Kreiz’s leadership, Mattel Films has announced 14 live-action motion pictures in active development with major studio partners; the company’s first movie, Barbie, has been released by Warner Bros. Pictures this year. Mattel Television has expanded its content offering and reaches audiences across 191 countries in 37 languages. Mattel also has a growing presence in digital gaming through licensing partnerships, game tie-ins, and standalone releases. Before joining Mattel, Mr. Kreiz was chairman and CEO of Maker Studios, a global leader in short-form video content; the company was acquired by The Walt Disney Company in 2014. Prior to Maker Studios, Mr. Kreiz was chairman and CEO of the Endemol Group, the world’s largest independent television production company. Before Endemol, Mr. Kreiz was a general partner at Balderton Capital; earlier he co-founded Fox Kids Europe NV, acquired by Disney in 2002. Mr. Kreiz received a BA degree in economics and management from Tel Aviv University and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management, which he currently serves as a trustee. He is also a director of Warner Music Group.

Caspar Lee (Co-founder and Chief Visionary Officer of Influencer)

Caspar Lee

Co-founder and Chief Visionary Officer of Influencer

Caspar Lee was an early YouTube creator, with an audience of more than 15 million across channels, including more than 6 million subscribers on his main YouTube channel. He’s collaborated with such celebrities as Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, and Maisie Williams. Since then, he has co-founded, one of Europe’s largest influencer marketing companies; Creator Ventures, a consumer-internet VC, investing alongside creators, celebrities, and athletes; and MVE, a talent management joint venture with IMG. Mr. Lee serves on the RISE board at The Prince’s Trust. He was listed in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 for his work in media.

Rich Lesser (Global Chair at Boston Consulting Group (BCG))

Rich Lesser

Global Chair at Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

Rich Lesser is the global chair of BCG, where he engages with CEOs and senior leaders around the world on critical topics, including climate and sustainability, resilience, and purpose. He served as BCG’s CEO from 2013 to 2021, a period of exceptional growth for the firm. During his tenure as CEO, Mr. Lesser built new units to create BCG’s digital business-building, advanced analytics, machine learning, and A.I. capabilities, and launched the BCG Center for Climate and Sustainability. Mr. Lesser serves as chief adviser to the World Economic Forum‘s Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders and as a co-chair or member of several other leading organizations, including the First Movers Coalition, Breakthrough Energy Catalyst, and the Council for Inclusive Capitalism, where he co-led the Just Energy Transition workstream.

Michal Lev-Ram (Editorial Director of FORTUNE)

Michal Lev-Ram

Editorial Director of FORTUNE

Michal Lev-Ram covers the technology and entertainment sectors for Fortune, writing profiles and in-depth features about the biggest personalities and trends within both industries. She also serves as the editorial director of Fortune Live Media, helping to steer the company’s growing portfolio of global conferences. In addition to her broader role as the editorial lead for Fortune Live Media, Ms. Lev-Ram co-chairs Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit and Brainstorm Tech, an annual technology gathering. Before joining Fortune, Ms. Lev-Ram was a staff writer at Business 2.0., a former Time Inc. publication that covered startups. She has also written articles for CNNMoney, Fast Company, and Popular Science, and appeared on CNBC, CNN, NBC, and other TV and radio outlets. Born in Israel, Ms. Lev-Ram holds a degree in journalism from San Francisco State University and lives in the Bay Area of California with her husband, three kids, and miniature poodle.

Geoff Martha (Chairman and CEO of Medtronic)

Geoff Martha

Chairman and CEO of Medtronic

Geoff Martha is chairman and CEO of Medtronic, the global leader in health care technology. In his role, Mr. Martha leads the US $32 billion company and its 95,000 employees to deliver groundbreaking technology solutions for more people in more places worldwide. Since becoming CEO in 2020, he has been recognized as an innovative executive, including as a top CEO in health care technology by the Healthcare Technology Report and as one of Modern Healthcare’s Most Influential People. In his role, he has accelerated Medtronic’s strategic acquisitions, boldly pursued novel R&D funding models, and embraced new ways to partner across industries and global borders. Mr. Martha assumed his role as CEO as the COVID-19 pandemic rocked communities worldwide. As part of his commitment to lead with purpose, he mobilized the company to help global health care professionals and partners continue to treat patients and protect themselves. In addition to accelerating the development of remote solutions, he made the unprecedented move to open source the company’s IP, making proprietary ventilator designs available to manufacturers globally. In 2021, the Ireland-U.S. Council honored him its Global Achievement award to recognize his role in overseeing Medtronic’s significant contributions to the fight against the pandemic. Since joining Medtronic in 2011, Mr. Martha has remained an ardent supporter of Medtronic-sponsored philanthropic and diversity initiatives. In 2023, the company was named to the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index for the first time, reinforcing the impact the company has had with its unwavering commitment to inclusion, diversity, and equity. Before joining Medtronic, Mr. Martha served 19 years in a variety of business development, strategic marketing, and sales management roles at GE HealthCare and GE Capital. He is an active member of the global business community and serves on numerous for-profit and nonprofit boards.

Strive Masiyiwa (Founder and Executive Chairman of Econet Group)

Strive Masiyiwa

Founder and Executive Chairman of Econet Group

Strive Masiyiwa is founder and executive chairman of Econet Group, which comprises Econet Wireless and Cassava Technologies, with operations and investments in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America. Born in Zimbabwe and now living in London, U.K., Mr. Masiyiwa serves on the boards of Unilever PLC, Netflix Inc., Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and National Geographic Society. He also serves on several global advisory boards, including Bank of America, Bloomberg New Economy Forum, and the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations. He is the only African member of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Committee on Conscience.

Michael Miebach (Chief Executive Officer at Mastercard)

Michael Miebach

Chief Executive Officer at Mastercard

Michael Miebach is CEO of Mastercard, whose innovation and technology are powering economies and empowering people. The company is shaping the future of seamless commerce, bolstering cyber services and data-powered insights. Mr. Miebach was critical to setting the strategy that transformed the choices in how businesses, people, and governments make payments. He joined Mastercard in 2010 to lead its Middle East and Africa operations, where he helped shape and advance the company’s financial inclusion efforts—first in Africa and subsequently around the world—with targeted solutions for governments and their citizens that deliver a commercially sustainable social impact. He serves on the U.S. Treasury Advisory Committee on Racial Equity and is a member of the Business Roundtable, The Business Council, the U.S.-India CEO Forum, and the international advisory panel of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

Alan Murray (Chief Executive Officer at Fortune Media (USA) Corporation)

Alan Murray

Chief Executive Officer at Fortune Media (USA) Corporation

Alan Murray is CEO of Fortune Media, and author of the forthcoming book Tomorrow’s Capitalist: My Search for the Soul of Business. Mr. Murray writes a closely read daily newsletter, the Fortune CEO Daily, and co-hosts a weekly podcast, Leadership Next. Prior to joining Fortune in 2015, Mr. Murray led the Pew Research Center. Before that, he was at the Wall Street Journal for many years, serving as deputy managing editor, executive editor online, Washington bureau chief, and author of the Political Capital and Business columns.

David Rosenberg (Co-founder and CEO of AeroFarms)

David Rosenberg

Co-founder and CEO of AeroFarms

David Rosenberg is co-founder and CEO of AeroFarms, an award-winning certified B corporation revolutionizing agriculture through its vertical farms and innovative technology platforms. AeroFarms has been recognized as a Circular Economy 100 company, listed in 2019 as one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies, and featured on Inc.’s list of the 25 Most Disruptive Companies. As a member of the World Economic Forum Mr. Rosenberg co-founded and co-chaired the Young Global Leaders Circular Economy Taskforce and was a member of the Global IoT Council. He was a member of the U.S. delegation to the B20 Sustainable Food Systems Taskforce, which advises the G20. In addition, Mr. Rosenberg serves as chairman of The EVERY Company, the leader in non-animal-based egg proteins, manufactured through precision fermentation. He is also a director of Aspire, the world leader in insect proteins, and also serves as a managing trustee of New Jersey’s Liberty Science Center, a prominent U.S. interactive science museum. Mr. Rosenberg received his BA degree from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He competed for the U.S. in fencing, where he was a finalist at a World Cup and represented the NYAC, winning three U.S. National Team Fencing Championships and two individual silver medals.

Mudassir Sheikha (Co-founder and CEO of Careem)

Mudassir Sheikha

Co-founder and CEO of Careem

Mudassir Sheikha is the co-founder and CEO of Careem. Mr. Sheikha grew up in Karachi, Pakistan, before graduating from the University of Southern California with dual degrees in economics and computer science, and obtaining his master’s degree in computer science, with a specialization in databases, from Stanford University. His career in tech started with the Silicon Valley startup Brience; he also served as a summer associate at Venture Finance Group, working with seed-stage companies in the software and consumer internet industry. Upon moving back to Pakistan, he co-founded DeviceAnywhere, a company that was acquired by Keynote in 2008; he then joined the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company in Dubai. In 2012, Mr. Sheikha left to build something big and meaningful with ex-McKinsey colleague Magnus Olsson. Their mission was to simplify and improve the lives of people in the Middle East region and build an awesome organization that inspires. They founded Careem in 2012 and, today, it is the leading technology platform for the region, operating in more than 80 cities in 10 countries, with 1,400-plus colleagues and more than 2.5 million captains. When he’s not working, Mr. Sheikha is learning how to scale growing organizations and spends time with his wife and four daughters.

Alyson Shontell (Editor-in-Chief at FORTUNE)

Alyson Shontell

Editor-in-Chief at FORTUNE

Alyson Shontell joined Fortune in October, 2021, as its new editor-in-chief. She previously served as editor-in-chief of Business Insider. She joined Business Insider in 2008 as the company’s sixth employee. She started as a sales planner before joining the editorial team in 2010, where she became a startup reporter and was first to cover some of today’s largest tech companies, including Pinterest, Tinder, Instagram, Uber, and Snap. She rose to become a senior correspondent, then executive editor. She was appointed editor-in-chief in 2016 and became the youngest and only woman to run a global business publication. Under her leadership, the business division grew to hundreds of millions of monthly readers. Ms. Shontell was the host of Business Insider’s conferences and launched a podcast, Success: How I Did It, where she interviewed influencers about their career paths. She has appeared on the major media and has interviewed media personalities, technology leaders, politicos, and sports star LeBron James. She is a judge for the prestigious Gerald Loeb awards in business journalism and has been named one of Min’s Rising Stars in Media and Folio’s 2017 Top Women in Media. Ms. Shontell graduated from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications, where she majored in psychology and advertising.

Jane Sun (Chief Executive Officer at Group Ltd.)

Jane Sun

Chief Executive Officer at Group Ltd.

Jane Sun is the CEO and a member of the board of directors of Group, a leading global travel services company that provides seamless travel experiences for millions of global travelers. She first joined the company as chief financial officer in 2005, later serving as chief operating officer and co-president, before becoming CEO in 2016. Founded in 1999, Group effectively adapted to the rise of mobile internet, growing from a small tech company into a one-stop shop for travel services for millions of users worldwide. Ms. Sun was awarded an Asia Society Asia Game Changer award in 2016 and was named one of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women for six consecutive years. Forbes also recognized her as a Most Influential and Outstanding Businesswomen. Before joining Group, Ms. Sun was head of the SEC and External Reporting Division of Applied Materials, Inc., since 1997. Prior to that, she was an audit manager at KPMG LLP in Silicon Valley, California. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the business school of the University of Florida, graduating with high distinction. She also attended Peking University Law School, where she obtained her LLM degree.

Anthony Tan (Co-founder and Group CEO of Grab)

Anthony Tan

Co-founder and Group CEO of Grab

Anthony Tan is co-founder and group CEO of Grab, Southeast Asia’s leading mobile technology company. By focusing on a hyperlocal business strategy and building strategic partnerships, Mr. Tan and his team transformed Grab from a taxi booking app to the leading superapp platform in Southeast Asia, providing everyday services that matter to consumers. Grab today offers a wide range of on-demand services in the region, including mobility, food, package and grocery delivery services, mobile payments, and financial services. Mr. Tan is at the forefront of the Grab for Good social impact program, which include partnerships and initiatives to drive digital literacy, economic inclusion, and the development of technology skills across Southeast Asia. He is passionate about serving others in his community. In his personal capacity, he supports numerous causes in the region, including Transform Cambodia, which rescues and protects street children and offers them health care, education, and life skills.

Peter Vanham (Executive Editor at FORTUNE)

Peter Vanham

Executive Editor at FORTUNE

Peter Vanham is executive editor of Fortune Connect, Fortune’s learning community for purpose-driven leaders, and the author of Fortune’s Impact Report newsletter. He writes about the global economy and the people who shape it, stakeholder capitalism, the role of business in society, and environmental, social, and corporate governance. Before joining Fortune, Mr. Vanham worked for eight years at the World Economic Forum, where he co-authored Stakeholder Capitalism with founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab, and headed the International Media Council, the gathering of the world’s leading editors-in-chief and media leaders. His articles on business, economics, and public policy also appeared in Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, Quartz, Business Insider, Foreign Policy, and other media from around the world. His books, including Stakeholder Capitalism, Before I Was CEO, and Grote Durvers, were translated in more than a dozen languages. Mr. Vanham holds an executive master’s degree in global leadership from the World Economic Forum, an MA degree in business and economics journalism from Columbia University, and an MS degree in commercial engineering from the KU Leuven. He is currently pursuing an executive PhD at ESCP Business School in Paris, and lives with his wife and daughter in Geneva, Switzerland.