Grace is the CEO and Co-Founder of The Hub Singapore, Singapore's largest co-working community of entrepreneurs, creatives and techies.
She is regarded as the node of entrepreneurship ecosystem in Asia and speaks widely on that topic. Interested in ecosystem building and policy development for startups and social enterprises, she has been invited by the Prime Minister’s Offices in Singapore and Malaysia, Angela Merkel, Mayor Park, amongst others; to share her inputs. She also sits on the Advisory Board for Ben & Jerry's Singapore, a Social entrepreneur-in-Residence at INSEAD and a TEDx Singapore speaker. She was also the founder of Books for Hope, a social enterprise in childrens' education in Indonesia.
Grace has been nominated as a Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum (2013), 40 Under 40 by Prestige Singapore (2014) and is a UN Women Entrepreneurship Day Ambassador.
Having a passion for teaching and speaking, she has delivered courses on Entrepreneurship in universities, MBA classes and is a speaker at international conferences (e.g. Cities Summit in Tel Aviv, Social Innovation Conference in Moscow, US State Department in Islamabad, Future Enterprise Forum in Seoul, EMERGE in Oxford and RMIT in Melbourne).
She now resides in Singapore and has an MBA from University of Oxford where she graduated with Distinction and was a Skoll Scholar (funded by Jeff Skoll, the co-founder of eBay).