Grace is the CEO and Co-founder of Found (formerly The Hub Singapore), the country's largest co-working community of entrepreneurs, creatives, and techies. With 20,000 ft2 of co-working space in the city, The Hub provides incubation, networks, mentoring, and funding to its startups, and also bridges corporate innovation and startups.
Grace is regarded as the node of entrepreneurship in Asia and speaks widely on that topic. Interested in ecosystem building and policy development for startups and enterprises, she has been invited by the Prime Minister's Offices in both Singapore and Malaysia, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Seoul Mayor Park'among others'to share her inputs. She also sits on the Advisory Board for Ben & Jerry's Singapore, and is an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at INSEAD.
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.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Grace has an MBA from the University of Oxford, with Distinction, and was a Skoll Scholar (funded by Jeff Skoll, co-founder of eBay). She is also pursuing an Executive Master's in organizational psychology at INSEAD's Singapore campus.
Grace enjoys skiing and diving at least once a year, and is the proud owner of a handwritten journal entry by Nelson Mandela.
Grace served her fellowship at The Hub Singapore as a member of Class 21. Her mentor was Peng T. Ong (Mentor Class 18), Managing Director at Monk's Hill Ventures and one of Asia's most respected investors.