Forbes has released the first “50 over 50” list of influential women, including AAPI women like Camela Harris, Miami Marlin director, Kim Ng and journalist Mae Lee.
50 over 50: On July 7, Forbes released the collection of women that “proof that success has no age limits.”
- The outstanding candidates were selected from more than 10,000 candidates based on three main criteria: achievements after reaching the age of 50, success on a large scale and women with paying thinking.
- Forbes strives to “embody a new movement of women who reject the idea that the most dynamic part of life is the first half” by choosing women who do not “let social expectations dictate their professional schedules.”
- The women were chosen by Gramman CEO Andrea Jung, alongside fashionista Diane von Furstenberg and First Act founder Janice Bryant Howroid.
- Forbes also announced that they will have three lists under the “50 over 50” platform: Impact, Investment and Vision.
AAPI Women presented: Businesswoman Carmen Chang, founder Yoko Shiner, CEO Nandita Bakshi and Sierra Nevada Corporate President (SNC) Arn Ozman were all introduced alongside Harris Wong.
- Not only that Harris The first woman to ever become vice president of the United States, but she is also the first South Asian and black woman to be elected to office.
- Ng She is the first woman to become the general manager of the MLB group. She was rejected by the Dodgers, Mariners and Angels before receiving an offer to work with the Merlins in 2020.
- lighter Founded Miyoko’s Creamery in 2014 and its vegan cheese products are sold in more than 29,000 stores across North America and Australia.
- Ask Appointed CEO of West Bank in 2016 and used what she learned about equity in fundraising to “advocate for women in P&L positions.”
- Ozman He is the chairman, president and majority owner of SNC, an airline and aerospace and security company.
Injury, damage: This collection Includes women like Mai Lee, philanthropist Heli Lee, Judge Nati Power and CEO Flesh-Malohippo horses who were selected on the impact list for their outstanding contribution to the community.
- In early 2020, May launched its podcast “May Lee’s Show” There she interviews people of Asian descent who advocate Asian issues around the world “Became a familiar voice in the fight against anti-Asian hatred.”
- status Recognized for her work as the founder of the Asian Women’s Circle, an organization that has raised money for Asian American women in New York City who use the arts to promote social change.
- Feltch-Malohifo’ou He is the CEO, founder and CEO of Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources (PIK2AR), a non-profit organization focused on “cultural preservation, economic impact and welfare for Pacific residents. ”
- Power became the first South Asian judge to be appointed in Colorado and the first Asian American to be “appointed to the State Court of Appeals” in the Colorado Court of Appeals in 2019.
Image courtesy of Kamla Harris (left), Mai Lee (right)
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