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Doing Well x Doing Good

The Serica Initiative’s ongoing Doing Well x Doing Good series examines the intersection of business and social impact in the U.S.-China space. What does it mean for each of us to do well, professionally and personally? And how do we do good and make a positive social impact in the larger world around us, while doing well in our own lives? What are the most exciting opportunities to to do well and do good between the U.S. and China — and what kind of intentional vision do we need to make the biggest social impact possible?

Join Serica’s Doing Well x Doing Good series to explore these questions and more with our community, and to envision the social impact YOU would like to make between America and China.

Previous speakers in this series have included, among others: Peng Zhao, CEO of Citadel Securities; Amy Chua, John M. Duff, Jr. Professor at Yale Law School and author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother; Jenny Shi, director, producer, and cinematographer of the Finding Yingying documentary, recognized at film festivals including SXSW, DOC NYC, and the Chicago International Film Festival; Virginia Tan, Founding Partner and CEO of Teja Ventures, emerging Asia’s first gender lens VC fund; and Chris Marquis, Samuel C. Johnson Professor of Sustainable Global Enterprise at Cornell University.

Past Programs

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