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The Need for Women Leaders

The Need for Women Leaders

More From Jane

In this video

Jane Chen discusses the need for more women in charge.

Jane's Biography

Professional Role Model: Karen Shaw
Challenges for Women Today: To show that women can balance work and family.
Advice for Young Women: Do what you love and trust your intuition.
Definition of Strength: Sticking to your vision, your views, your beliefs and not backing down.

Jane Chen is the Co-Founder and CEO of Embrace, a social enterprise aiming to help millions of vulnerable babies born in developing countries through the creation of low-cost infant warmers. Jane received a Master’s in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Prior to her receiving her master's degree, she was the Program Director of Chi Heng Foundation, a non-profit that sponsors the education of children affected by AIDS in central China. In 2009, Jane was a TEDIndia Fellow. 

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