For Entrepreneurs The Game Changers
The Game Changers is a thought-provoking platform where we inspire viewers and showcase Credit Suisse’s commitment to diversity through the introduction of prominent role models, advocates and thought leaders in Asia.
In this video series, we highlight outstanding women entrepreneurs in Asia and the meaningful impact they have on the environment, women’s empowerment, gender equality, and businesses locally and worldwide.
Raya Bidshahri, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the School of Humanity, is a serial education entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and award-winning educator. The School of Humanity is a revolutionary online high school with a progressive model and skill-based curriculum.
In this episode, Raya introduces revolutionary education models in the new era and shares her thoughts on the future of education and how it should prepare the next generation for the emerging workforce.
This episode features Grace Park, Co-Founder and President of DocDoc, the world’s first patient-intelligence company. DocDoc harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to provide patients with the information they need to make optimal healthcare decisions.
Grace will share her story of serving in the US Army as a female and how she transitioned into a tech founder applying the same skills and knowledge she gained from her military experience.
Studies in both private and public sectors show that diversity of skills and perspectives leads to greater innovation and success. 90% of future jobs will require STEM related skills and women must possess skills and education to be competitive in the future employment market.
In this episode, Karin Nilsdotter, an astropreneur and future astronaut, will discuss the significance of attraction and retention of female talents in STEM fields and the immense potential of making space travel available for everyone in an ever-changing world where technology advances rapidly.
Christine Amour-Levar set up Women on a Mission (WOAM) and HER Planet Earth, two award-winning, not-for-profit organizations, to take all-female teams on pioneering expeditions to support worthy causes. These organizations have raised a combined total of USD 1.5 million dollars to date for charities that protect our environment and advance the position of women around the world.
Hear from Christine on what it is like being a female leader in Asia, changes she would like to see for women in business, how men can help push forward the cause of gender equality and advice to younger women looking to shape their own career path and make a difference.
So-Young Kang is the Founder & CEO at Gnowbe, a pioneering transformational learning platform. Gnowbe is committed to gender inclusivity through recruiting, hiring and development. 50% of employees in Gnowbe are women, and half of the leadership team consists of women.
So-Young will talk about women in the tech industry, how female representation has helped deliver higher company performance and innovative approach and the challenges of receiving funding and raising money as a female founder.
Cherrie Atilano has made it her life’s work to empower the farmers of the Philippines. Cherrie is the Founding Farmer, CEO and President of AGREA Agricultural Systems International, Inc., a for-purpose and inclusive business that created the first replicable one-island economy that is zero hunger, zero waste, and zero insufficiency, through the ‘Ecology of Dignity’ approach.
Hear from Cherrie the purpose and social programs of AGREA, why it is important to empower women in the forefront of the agricultural industry, and how she helps the world reimagine the narrative of our food system.