Join us for this incredible opportunity to hear directly from Olympic champion, logo designer of 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, CEOs in the fashion industry, and film producer to celebrate the achievements of women leaders in sports, fashion, and film.
This panel discussion will focus on the opportunities, challenges, and lessons experienced by our panelists, as well as how we can empower women and men across the world to drive powerful, transformational changes in gender inequality in the workplace and life.
This webinar is the ninth event of Beijing Center's Women Leadership Panel Series and a collaboration with Project Arena.
Shujun LI is the CEO and legal person of Fujian Septwolves Industrial Co., Ltd. Li graduated from the EMBA of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Previously, she served as CEO of 2XU China, general manager of Tmall apparel, vice president of GXG apparel company, general manager of GXG e-commerce company, etc. Since GXG's first participation in Tmall Double Eleven Festival in 2010, it has achieved a daily sale of 10.05 million Yuan. As the general manager of e-commerce, Li became famous therefrom, and has since gained the title of "Ten Million Sister" in the industry.
Dr. Cunzhen LIN is the Vice Dean and Associate Professor at the School of Design of Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA). She is the logo winner of 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. She was a founding member and vice editor-in-chief of the Journal Art and Design 1997-1999, vice section chief of the Look and Image of Beijing Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (BOCOG) 2006-2008. Over the years, she was involved in the design of a number of important events, including the Beijing Olympics, Icograda World Design Congress Beijing 2009, Shanghai Expo 2010, the emblem of 2014 Nanjing Youth Olympic Games, IAAF World Championships BEIJING 2015, the logo for Beijing’s bidding for 2022 Winter Olympics and the emblem of Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games, the emblem of Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games. She is also a frequent award winner. She is focusing on social innovation design in her teaching and research.
Tianqi ZHUO SOA '17 is an international film producer, based in New York and Beijing. She graduated from the University of Miami double degreed in Film Production and Studio Arts. In 2017, Zhuo graduated from Columbia University as a creative producer. Iron Hands is a short film she produced that got into more than 150 film festivals. Zhuo formed her own production company to develop new talent in both Chinese and American film market and help them launch successful international careers. She also started a foundation at Columbia along with her business partner GiGadgets, sponsoring creative filmmakers and encouraging them to tell more amazing stories. Currently she is working with Chinese famous director Lu Chuan on his next co-production feature film.
Jiu Jin is the Founder, CEO, and Brand Director of Particle Fever. She graduated from Peking University and Harvard Law School (Entertainment, Sports and Media Law). She joined the Fashion Law Program of the Council of Fashion Designers of New York (CFDA). Because of her family relations to the clothing industry, she was often engaged with films and arts. She is interested in kayaking, modern dance, and boxing.
Lijia XU is a former Chinese sailboat racer who won a bronze medal in women's Laser Radial class at the 2008 Summer Olympics and a gold medal in the same event at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where she was the flag bearer for China at the closing ceremony. Xu is also Asia’s first ever dinghy sailing gold medalist. Her major wins include:
1998 Chinese Championships - 1st Optimist class
1999 Asian Championships - 1st Optimist class
2001 World Championships - 1st Optimist class
2002 World Championships - 1st Optimist class
2002 Asian Games - 1st Optimist class
2005 Chinese National Games - 2nd Europe class
2006 World Championships - 1st Laser Radial class
2006 Asian Games - 1st Laser Radial class
2008 World Championships - 2nd Laser Radial class
2008 Olympics - 3rd Laser Radial class
2009 National Games of China - 1st Laser Radial class
2012 World Championships - 2nd Laser Radial class
2012 Olympics - 1st Laser Radial class
Webinar will be livestreamed at 3:10 p.m. in Beijing Time (3:10 a.m. in NY Time) and conducted in Chinese.
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